Among a tight-knit group of people, a Liberian child attempts to retrieve a ball while going unnoticed by the armed guard that stands just a few feet away. Photographer Jonathan Banks captured this tension-filled moment in an image titled A Boy in the Crowd, and it recently earned the title of “Photo of the Year” from the 2019 Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA).
Photographers from around the world celebrated education and learning by submitting their best images to the #Education2019 Photo Contest.
Striking Winners of the 2019 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition Show the Artistry of Science
For forty-five years, the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has celebrated the microscopic world and, in the process, allowed scientists...
A Tibetan fox rushes forward—teeth exposed—while the marmot it’s after screams out in surprise, undoubtedly knowing that its days are numbered. The standoff between these two animals, high in the alpine meadows of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, has won photographer Yongqing Bao the title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Developed and produced annually by the Natural History Museum, London, the 2019 contest saw over 48,000 entries from 100 countries across 19 categories.
For thirteen years, Sony and the World Photography Organisation have been giving photographers a platform to share their creativity with...
Global conservation organization The Nature Conservancy is on a mission to save the land and water we rely on.
Photographing animals in the wild is a challenge in itself, but capturing them during their funniest moments takes a whole new level of skill—and of course, a sense of humor. Now in its fifth year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards recently announced the finalists for 2019, revealing 40 hilarious images from wildlife photographers around the world.
Hungarian photographer László Francsics was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year for his innovative look at a lunar eclipse.
For 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have celebrated the rich ecosystems found across Britain.
Free social app AGORA helps connect photographers around the world. By participating in weekly photo contests, more than 3.5 million users share their love of making incredible imagery. Both amateur and professional photographers make use of the platform, which empowers them to show their work to the world. Now, after 9 months of competition and over 130,000 submissions, the finalists for the AGORA Awards 2019 have been announced.
Now in its fourth year, the Bird Photographer of the Year (BPOTY)
The winners from the first half of the 2019 B&W Child Photo Competition have recently been announced, revealing a charming...