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Pixsy wants to right copyright wrongs

Pixsy, an image copyright protection platform, now appears to have a presence in Australia with an office and phone number. The business is part of a new industry of 'copyright agents', which aim to profit off photographers' intellectual property by chasing down online infringement.

And Lisa Saad’s $28K of AIPP awards go to…

Follow Lisa Saad’s contest cheating scandal, the AIPP has revealed 13 rightful winners with Cairns portrait photographer, Peter Rossi, awarded the 2016 Australian Professional Photographer of the Year. Melbourne commercial photographer, Lisa Saad, had breached photo contest rules since 2015, with many award-winning photos featuring non-photographic or stolen components.

COSBOA rates major party policies

Wondering how the major parties' small business policies compare? COSBOA, the association representing Australian small business (yes there is such a thing!), has put together a table so you can see the similarities and differences between Liberal and Labor's policies on a variety of issues affecting small business.

One day at Head On

Only the Head On Photo Festival in Sydney could build a platform that features an Iranian and Israeli, sitting side-by-side, discussing the power of photography. Or so said Oded Wagenstein, Tel Aviv-based documentary photographer, as he sat next to Iranian asylum seeker and refugee photographer, Ali Mousawi, at a free Head On Conversation on Saturday, May 4.