Australian Photography

Australian Photography is the most trusted photo media brand in Australia.

With a heritage stretching back to 1950, our mission has always been to enhance our audience’s love of photography and help them create better images.

While we started out as a magazine, these days photographers engage with us across print, web, social media, boutique live events and our popular photo competitions, including Australasia’s largest and most prestigious contest for amateur photographers, Photographer of the Year.

Whether you’re the person behind the camera capturing family and family functions, or a diehard landscape or nature photographer, we produce relevant and insightful content to suit all interests and skill-levels.


First published in 1950, Australian Photography is the top-selling photography magazine in Australia.

Our mission has always been to help new and passionate photographers take their camera and creative skills to the next level.

Our focus is on demystifying the image making process and helping readers improve their image-making techniques and editing. We cover the latest gear and tap into a pool of some of Australia’s best photographers, who, every month, share valuable advice on how to take your image-making further.

Published monthly, Australian Photography magazine is available at newsagents, and via subscription. It is also available in a digital edition.

Website and email newsletter

With a growing national audience currently averaging over 35,000 unique visitors per month, is the place to go for the latest photography news, advice and opinions, new gear and reviews, videos and online photography competitions.

The website is accompanied by a free weekly email newsletter with links to the latest stories. The email is read by more than 17,000 photographers.

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Australian Photography is home to the Australia and NZ’s largest and most prestigious photography contests.

Photographer of the Year runs from May to October with winners and finalists published in a special issue of AP in January. Open to amateur photographers from Australia and NZ, it includes nine categories – Landscape, Animal & Nature, People, Travel, Aerial, Black & White, Single Shot, Creative and Junior (under 18).

The Mono Awards, co-hosted with Capture, showcase the best of black-and-white photography from Australia and New Zealand. The competition runs from January to May with winners announced in September.

The Landscape Awards celebrates everything we love about landscape photography. With three categories – Landscape, Seascape and Urban – the competition represents a broad range of contemporary and classical photographic styles. The Landscape Awards runs from October to January with results announced in May.

Australian Photography on Facebook

Social Media

Today we have over 80,000 active followers who engage with us regularly on Facebook and Instagram. Social media is a thriving hub for an active community of passionate and talented photographers.


Live Events

As well as engaging readers in print, online and in social media, Australian Photography hosts boutique live events, often co-hosted with commercial partners. Recent events hosted by Australian Photography and Capture include FOTO L!VE (a full-day photography event in Sydney featuring eight leading pro photographers), a three-city instameet series, and a sold-out Wedding Workshop program that saw photographers honing their shooting skills with a model bride and groom in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Fast facts

Magazine readership

Website audience
40,689 users (Google Analytics, Aug 2022)
85,695 page views (Google Analytics, Aug 2022)

Social media reach
Facebook: 55,000+ followers
Instagram: 25,000+ followers

Email subscribers
17,616 (Campaign Monitor, Aug 2022)

Target audience
Amateur and semi-professional photographers

Cover price

7 issues per year



James Ostinga
t 02 9213 8248

Mike O’Connor

National Sales Manager
Jodie Reid
t 02 9213 8261

Advertising Production
John Viskovich
t 02 9213 8215