The renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year announced its 2018 winners in October, but the competition wasn’t over right then and there. The LUMIX People’s Choice Award, which is newly named for the 2018 contest, has just announced the winning and highly commended wildlife images selected from a shortlist of 25. Taking home the top prize is David Lloyd for his touching photograph of two male adult lions greeting each other by nuzzling faces.
There is nothing more special than the birth of a child.
It’s been a record-breaking year for the Sony World Photography Awards, with 326,000 submissions from photographers in 195 countries.
Underwater photographers from around the world explored the deep blue seas and all its mysteries for the 7th annual Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition. The high caliber of photographs entered across 16 categories made this the most competitive year ever. In the end, photographer Duncan Murrell came away with the top prize for his magical photo of three devil rays frolicking in Honda Bay in the Philippines.
For the fifth year, Dronestagram celebrates the best drone photography with its International Drone Photography Competition.
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After receiving over 20,000 images from photographers in 142 countries, the Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) Awards have announced their 2018 winners. Run by photographers for photographers, TPOTY is an incredible opportunity for amateurs and professionals to display the faces, places, and cultures that shape our world. Italian photographer Stefano Pensotti was named Travel Photographer of the Year for his stunning portfolio of eight photographs.
For the fourth year, the Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition pays homage to the men and women who use photography to...
Pulled from nearly 10,000 entries, the winners of the 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest highlight both the beauty of living beings...
Young photojournalists from around the world showed off their incredible skills by entering the Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest. Russia’s only vehicle for unearthing up and coming photojournalists, the competition is open to photographers age 18 to 33 years old. The contest is named after Russian photojournalist Andrei Stenin, who tragically lost his life in 2014 at age 33 while on assignment in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine.
In just its second year, the Historic Photographer of the Year contest is already attracting attention with top-notch entries by...
For professional and amateur panoramic photographers alike, there’s no better competition than The EPSON International Pano Awards.