Here are the Top 10 amazing and beautiful photos ColorPro Awards in the theme of New Adventure. Adventure comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes we search for it, sometimes it just finds us. No matter when, where, or how it happens, adventure is felt, experienced, and remembered. Part of its beauty is its breadth of definition. We invite you to share yours with us. Continue reading »
The FdB Wedding Photo Awards just announced the final round of best wedding photographers. In this new round, the judges: Jason Vinson (USA), Ivelin Iliev (Bulgaria), and Kim den Hartog (Holland) have selected the most unique pictures representing the best of the best in wedding photography. Continue reading »
Here are the 2021 winners and runner-ups of the Nature Photographer of the Year Competition. An initiative of Nature Talks, the organization is behind an annual photo festival as well as organizes masterclasses and portfolio reviews. Continue reading »
The travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published its annual northern lights photographer of the year collection with stunning images from 25 photographers. Coinciding with the northern lights season at the end of the year, it aims to share the beauty of this natural phenomenon.
Spectrum – Vestrahorn, Iceland
“The full spectrum of the northern lights over the iconic Vestrahorn location in Iceland. What a dreamlike experience! A G3 strong geomagnetic storm hit the earth on 31 October and produced these wonderful colours” Continue reading »
The US artist Sally Mann has won the 2021 Prix Pictet prize, the global award in photography and sustainability.
The theme of the ninth Prix Pictet was fire. Mann, whose work explores family, social realities and the passage of time, receives a cash prize of 100,000 Swiss francs ($109,000). Continue reading »
Here are the winners & merit awards of the 22nd edition of AAP Magazine’s Photo Contest. AAP reveals the names of the 25 talented photographers who won AAP Magazine #22: Streets. They come from 14 different countries and 4 continents! Continue reading »
Here are the funniest photos from the Comedy Pet Photography Awards 2021. The Overall Winner is Whizz Pop by Zoe Ross win a £2000 cash prize. Also, you can find 7 category winners and 10 brilliant highly commended winners. Continue reading »
Here are the best submissions to the 2021 International Wedding Photographer of the year contest. Congratulations to the Fabio Mirulla for Grand Winner of 2021 International Wedding Photographer Of The Year. Continue reading »
Here are the 25 stunning photos that are now up for the People’s Choice Award by the Natural History Museum for Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021. Continue reading »
Hasselblad announced the 12 winners of the Hasselblad Masters 2021 competition. The categories are Aerial, Architecture, Art, Beauty & Fashion, Landscape/Nature, Portrait, Product, Project/21, Street/Urban, Wedding, Wildlife, and Heritage. Continue reading »
Here are the winners and finalists of Street photography awards 2021 conducted by the Street Photographers Foundation. Continue reading »
Here are the winners and finalists of the Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021, the winners announced on November 22nd via YouTube Live stream. Over 2,000 photographers from 40 countries submitted close to 18,000 photographs. The annual event showcases creative wildlife photography, animal portraits, creative nature shots, and more. Continue reading »
The ‘Indian Photo Festival’ PORTRAIT PRIZE 2021 is a portrait competition open to photographers from the Indian subcontinent. Photographers have been making portraits for centuries and what’s so interesting about portraiture is its ability to capture the essence of a person, a time period, or a culture. This award aims at discovering the compelling portraits and extraordinary talents.
It left us both thinking of what is the limit on scars? How much can we see? Are we all becoming a part of the world where scars need to look “pretty” too? Just enough, so we can use them to remind ourselves that our lives are better? Continue reading »
Jenni Bruce at her burnt home
‘It was all gone,’ she said. ‘I had a great workshop with tools that I had spent a lifetime gathering. I had a huge collection of paints and canvases, and I was working on a new body of work to exhibit. It was just devastating to lose that amount of hard work … I wish the people in power would listen; I wish they would stop using industries that are so bad for our environment.’ Photograph: Gideon Mendel Continue reading »
The winners of the Historic Photographer of the Year awards 2021 have been announced. The awards celebrate amateur and professional photography of cultural sites and historic places across the globe, from national treasures to hidden gems. Continue reading »
The funniest and most popular photography competition in the world, The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020 has reached its conclusion and is proud to announce that the OVERALL WINNER of this year’s competition is Ken Jensen, a keen amateur photographer from Blackburn for his amazing photograph entitled ‘Ouch!
The Competition Winners were revealed on BBC’s ‘The One Show’ in front of millions of viewers, a first for the competition that has seen its popularity grow and grow despite only being created 7 years ago. Up against 7,000 hilarious entries from across the globe, Ken’s image of a Golden Silk Monkey, looking a little more than uncomfortable, just pipped the others photos to the top title.
Overall Winner: Ouch! by Ken Jensen
Golden Silk Monkey, China
“A golden silk monkey in Yunnan China – this is actually a show of aggression however in the position that the monkey is in it looks quite painful!” Continue reading »
Here are the winners and highly commended photographs from WildArt POTY Motion Competition 2021. Continue reading »
The Earth Project, in collaboration with Nature Picture Library photography competition, aims to raise awareness of the huge challenges faced by nature, as well as the impacts of climate change on global ecosystems. Some of the world’s leading photographers came together to illustrate nature under threat, linking to one of the main goals of Cop26: to help protect and restore ecosystems in countries adversely affected by the climate crisis.
The overall winning images, by Rivoni Mkansi of a rhino being dehorned to deter poaching; by Doug Gimesy of little blue penguins silhouetted against Melbourne city, and by Jo-Anne McArthur of pigs in an industrial farm, were selected by an online vote for three galleries.
Little blue penguins standing on rocks at night, silhouetted against Melbourne city lights (St Kilda breakwater, Victoria, Australia) Photograph: Doug Gimesy/naturepl.com/LDY Agency Continue reading »
Lillian O’Neil’s photograph titled Drawing to a close, 2020 is the winner of the 2021 Bowness photography prize. Lillian uses photographs found in pre-digital books and magazines to create large-scale, analogue collages. The prize was established by the MGA Foundation in 2005 and is now one of the country’s richest photographic art awards. Continue reading »
Here are the top photographers and merit awards for AAP Magazine’s 21st Edition Photo Contest in the theme of “Colors”. Continue reading »
The Environmental Photographer Of The Year competition, now in its 14th year, showcases some of the world’s most inspirational environmental photography.
The award celebrates humanity’s ability to survive and innovate and supports the calls to action in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The winners of this year’s competition were revealed at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.
Flooding near Modena, Italy, 2020, a winning image in the environments of the future category. (Photo by Michele Lapini/CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2021) Continue reading »
Here are the results of the 2021 Natural Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. The competition aims to represent landscape photographers who recognize the power that comes from the truthful depiction of the natural world, whether shooting digitally or on film. Continue reading »
Here are the inspiring winning photos of the 2021 International Photography Awards in 13 categories. Now in its 19th year, IPA’s annual competition is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation, a non-profit charitable foundation that aims to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent, and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide. Continue reading »
Here are the amazing winners of the African Wildlife Foundation Photography Awards. As part of its 60th-anniversary celebrations, the African Wildlife Foundation just launched the Benjamin Mkapa African Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition. The exhibition displays the winners of a worldwide competition that received almost 9,000 entries from 50 different countries. Continue reading »
This year’s competition focused on documenting the climate crisis, with stark images of extreme weather, wildlife in decline and pollution accompanied by images of hope and nature recovery.
Young photographer of the year. Species decline: Stonechat in New Forest national park by Fletcher Foot, aged 14. Continue reading »
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