Why you should exhibit your photography

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Exhibiting in a digital world continues to be an essential practice for photographers to be discovered, and there are numerous avenues for showcasing your photography and sharing your distinct perspective to a broader audience.

If, like many photographers, you feel your work is buried in digital limbo, unseen and unappreciated, read on.

Your Guide to the Must-Enter Photo Contests in 2024

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We curated a comprehensive selection of photo competitions catering to various interests and skill levels. We split the list into two – open internationally and those only available to Australians.

Head On Photo Festival: 14 years of capturing the world through the lens

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Founded in 2008 by Moshe Rosenzveig OAM, the Head On Foundation has spearheaded Australian photography, culminating in the Head On Photo Festival and Awards serving as a cultural cornerstone for two decades.

School reunion: Head On Student Awards

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The Head On Student Awards has been championing Australia’s talented student photographers since 2015. Since then, we have seen the miraculous creativity and ingenuity of Australia’s K-12 students and the unique perspectives they bring to this malleable medium.

The Student Awards have grown from a supportive initiative for supporting budding photographers in their early years, to a unique celebration of Australia’s young people’s take on the world, their creative perspectives and the diverse ways they frame and focus on things of importance to them.

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Head On Photo Awards 2024

Entries to the Head On Photo Awards 2024 open in May/June.

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