Are you a medical student, clinician or researcher who loves photography? Each issue (22 per year), the Medical Journal of Australia offers the chance for people involved in the medical professions to show their creative sides. Send your best non-clinical photo to the editor of InSight+, Cate Swannell at, to put yourself in the running. Best format is jpeg/jpg, and the larger the file size the better. Landscape-shaped photos fit our layout best, but as the below picture by Dr Kerry Boytell shows, if it’s vertical, and if it’s good enough, you are in with a chance.

A chance to be published in the MJA - Featured Image

Eagle Hunter with friend. Taken in Mongolia in the doorway of his yurt, using a Sony A9 with Sony lens 24-105mm, ISO 1600, f4, 1/200sec. Published 19 October, 2020. Photographer: Dr Kerry Boytell, NSW

We love beautiful pictures, particularly when they show humans and animals doing what they do best — being themselves. Sunsets are gorgeous but are all the better for when there’s some action in the frame.

To see all the past winners, visit the Writing With Light gallery at — it’s free to access.

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