with Samantha Everton Hey Samantha, can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you developed an interest in photography? Becoming a photographer was a slow development for me. It came together from previous careers that all evolved and meshed into one linking career. Photography is an extension of my lifelong love of creativity.[...]
It is difficult to believe we are heading into the final days for our 2018 campaign. Get those entries in Australia, we can't wait to see what incredible photography you have for us this year!
with Georgina Steytler Hey Georgina, can you tell us a bit about yourself and where you're from? I am a nature photographer based in Toodyay, Western Australia. I started out as a commercial lawyer in a large law firm in the Perth CBD, where I found the work soulless and depressing. I took up nature[...]
We recently headed up to the Blue Mountains, NSW to spend some time with landscape photographer and Fujifilm shooter Clément Breuille. Starting at 4am, we headed to Kanangra Walls for a very cold and windy yet beautiful sunrise. We then hiked our way to a hidden gorge and finished the day with an epic sunset[...]
Recently we sat down with APA judge Sally Brownbill. Discover what she is looking for in a winning image.
with Matt Palmer Hey Matt, can you tell us a bit about yourself and where you're from? I'm a photographer passionate about finding and capturing the dramatic, whether it be a blizzard over a small shack in Iceland or a Muay Thai fighter landing the perfect strike in the ring. I tend to gravitate towards[...]
We recently spent some time with Melbourne photojournalist and the APA 2017 documentary category winner, Chris Hopkins. Gain an insight into the challenges Chris faces while covering a protest and discover what he looks for in a successful image.
A quick look at our judging panel and judging process for 2017
Take a moment to check out our 2016 portrait category winner Sandra Lamonaca. Her stunning portrait of her son 'William' proves that keeping it personal makes for some of the most powerful photography.