For the seventh year, the International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition highlights the beauty of our environment. Over 3,800 breathtaking images flooded in from photographers around the world, giving the judges a tough decision. In the end, it was 24-year-old photographer Kelvin Yuen from Hong Kong who was named International Landscape Photographer of the Year for his strong portfolio. Yuen took up photography just six years ago, which makes his win even more impressive.
Photographer Reuben Wu continually finds new ways to make the natural landscape look like it’s out of this world.
The small country of Iceland is renowned for its natural beauty and a diverse landscape that includes volcanoes, mountains, and...
For 13 years, the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition has put the call out for photographers to celebrate the landscape of the United Kingdom. This year, tens of thousands of entries celebrated the beauty of the British landscape, but only a select few took home a victory in the highly competitive photo contest. Photographer Chris Frost won the title of Adult Landscape Photographer of the Year, and the £10,000 ($13,000)
Over 7,700 images were entered into the Royal Meteorological Society‘s Weather Photographer of the Year competition.
Have you ever looked at a photographer's Instagram feed and wondered how they got so lucky to travel the world...
From its ancient temples and breathtaking nature to its colorful city life, Japan is full of wondrous beauty. Photographer Yukari Mitani travels around his home country snapping and sharing photos of some of its most charming locations. His most recent adventure brought him to the historic Okayama Castle in the city of Okayama, where he captured its beauty at night.
Swiss photographer Bernd Nowack has a profound love for the great outdoors.
Guatemalan photographer Francisco Sojuel was already having an incredible evening as he climbed the Acatenango volcano.
Luke Rasmussen, aka PhLuke Photos, creates rainbows that illuminate the desert at night. With his incredible long-exposure photography and rock climbing skills, he produces trails of colors that span the height of tall formations. Rasmussen does this by strapping LED lights to his body and then leaving the shutter on his camera open. He then quickly works his way up and down the chosen rock.
German photographer Jan Erik Waider has always been fascinated by the landscapes of the distant North.
Each summer the Northern Hemisphere is in for a delightful light show thanks to the Perseid meteor shower.