Photo Collective is dedicated to discovering, promoting and encouraging original, thought-provoking and diverse imagery produced by Australian photographers. We achieve this through award recognition, publications, community engagement initiatives, exhibitions and an educational program. We are proud to represent the changing face of Australian photography.

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Common in Folklore

Words and images by Pearce Leal
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Bal Ormani

Words by Nic Dowse and images by Sarah Pannell
In-Depth

Bridging a Gap Through Personal Narrative

Alison Stieven-Taylor on Kerry Pryor's 'Dear Kittu'
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Fucked Up Fotos

Words and images by Stephen Dupont
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Forget Me Not 勿忘我

Words and images by Anne Moffat
Events

New Dialogues in Photography – Event

Postponed until further notice
Opportunities

Stories – Award Recipients Announced

Congratulations to Aletheia Casey, Michael Garbutt & Gloria Salgado Gispert
In-Conversation

Porch Diaries

Alana Holmberg in conversation with Kristian Häggblom
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Pabva Zizi Pagara Gondo

Words and images by Cameron James Cope
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When the Sun Sleeps

Words and images by Clare Jellie
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Into The Fire

Words and images by Cameron Neville
In-Depth

Photobooks

In-depth by Matt Dunne
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Nobody’s Child

Words and images by Rowena Meadows
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Telia

Words and images by Yask Desai
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The Birdsong is Deafening

Words and images by Teva Cosic
In-Conversation

Ruth Maddison

In conversation with Kristian Häggblom and Jessie Boylan
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Ngala Wongga

Words and images by Martine Perret
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Friends on Film

Words and images by Lilli Waters
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Beautiful Solitude

Words and images by Mark Forbes
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Second City

Words and images by Jesse Marlow
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Deep North

Words and images by Matthew Stanton
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Structures of a Spanish Badland

Words and images by James Bugg
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One Last Look, Before You Go

Words and images by Annette Ruzicka
Project Feature

Do Brumbies Dream in Red?

Alison Stieven-Taylor in conversation with Tom Goldner
Artist Feature

Death Of An Alchemist

A short film about Michael Prior
Opportunities

2021 Olive Cotton Award

Entries close May 2, 2021
Project Feature

Rear View Mirror

The work of Jonathan May
Opportunities

Head On – Open Call to Exhibit

Applications close 14 March, 2021
Events

PHOTO 2021

Open 18 February to 7 March 2021
In-Conversation

Chris Hopkins

A conversation about storytelling
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Protected: On Boot’s Farm

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Protected: In Love, Light and Truth

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Common in Folklore

Words and images by Pearce Leal
Opportunities

Australian Photography Awards

Open from August - October 2021
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Bal Ormani

Words by Nic Dowse and images by Sarah Pannell
In-Depth

Bridging a Gap Through Personal Narrative

Alison Stieven-Taylor on Kerry Pryor's 'Dear Kittu'
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Fucked Up Fotos

Words and images by Stephen Dupont
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Forget Me Not 勿忘我

Words and images by Anne Moffat
Events

New Dialogues in Photography – Event

Postponed until further notice
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Introducing Photo Collective Magazine

Calling for visual and written essays for Photo Collective Magazine Issue 001
Opportunities

Stories – Award Recipients Announced

Congratulations to Aletheia Casey, Michael Garbutt & Gloria Salgado Gispert
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Protected: Self Portraits In and Out of Isolation

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
In-Conversation

Porch Diaries

Alana Holmberg in conversation with Kristian Häggblom
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Photo Collective Magazine – Issue 001

Call for submissions for our new publication celebrating the changing face of Australian photography.
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Pabva Zizi Pagara Gondo

Words and images by Cameron James Cope

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Photo Collective acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land and waters on which we live, work and travel. As artists who seek meaning and knowledge through storytelling, we recognise that the First Peoples of this land have been doing so for over 60,000 years. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging