Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Thursday, July 15, 2021
SHOW US YOUR STREETS! —
Street Photography Awards are OPEN
Let’s hit the streets! For the 2021 LensCulture Street Photography Awards, we are scouring the globe for talented photographers with fresh takes on the world around them. Whether you’re shooting the reopening of a city block or creatively capturing empty streets, working in urban neighborhoods or rural locales, on film or in pixels, we want to see what catches your eye!
Our editors review submissions daily. Enter early and your photos might be spotlighted on our website and social media, reaching our global online audience of over three million.
Awards include an exhibition in New York, solo exhibitions on LensCulture, career-launching exposure to international press, cash prizes and more. Entries of 5+ images are eligible for a professional written review for an additional $15.
Don’t wait to show us your streets! This call is open to all photographers, working anywhere in the world, with any devices. Good luck!
FREE ENTRY OPTION
Deadline for Entries: Wednesday 25 August, 2021
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are advised that this collection includes images of deceased persons. They are published with deep respect.
Sunday, December 6, 2020
The launch of the RAP was held at the Cathedral of St Stephen in November 2020 with a cultural welcome ceremony conducted by Tribal experiences.
This was the second RAP Plan to which I had contributed photography from my collection. The first was the Micah Projects RAP plan.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Here is a sample of the people and personalities that hav ebeen on the other side of my lens
Monday, April 10, 2017
This exhibition celebrates Neighbour Day 2017 on 26th March. It features people for whom Boundary Street is a neighbourhood of life, work, relaxation, shopping , celebration, and friendships.
Boundary Street is a neighbourhood that embraces diversity. Shopfronts tell stories of the old and new cultures that have made a home here. Private homes and public space sit side by side. Street signs tell the histo ry of a colonial presence on ancient land of the Jagera and Turrbal peoples
This exhibition is running conjunction with an online exhibition
Tony Robertson is a Brisbane photographer whose works in the tradition of social documentary and storytelling. His folio of images includes, political rallies, cultural celebrations and memorials for bereaved communities.
Monday, October 24, 2016
We Walk Together for those whose journey to freedom has been thwarted by cruelty and injustice.
We Walk Together for people seekiing refuge and asylum who have been demonised and betrayed.
We Walk Together to confront the political inertia that leaves people languishing in detention centres.
We are the faces of compassion and welcome.
We are the voices of justice and human dignity
We are the community of welcome and acceptance.