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.
If the finalists are any indication, the inaugural Ocean Photography Awards, presented by Oceanographic Magazine, is off to a great...
The prestigious International Photography Awards (IPA) has looked over 13,000 entries and determined the best of the best.
French photographer Greg Lecoeur has added yet another title to his long list of awards by winning Photo of the Year in the 2020 Siena International Photography Awards. His incredible image of Crabeater seals frolicking around an iceberg in Antarctica won out over tens of thousands of photographs entered into the contest. His is just one of many stellar images that were singled out in the annual contest.
A record number of photos were submitted to the 2020 EPSON International Pano Awards.
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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)
In its first edition, the Aerial Photography Awards has made its mark by revealing the strength of its winners.
Over 7,700 images were entered into the Royal Meteorological Society‘s Weather Photographer of the Year competition.
Wedding celebrations lend themselves to meticulous planning. But even in the most coordinated events, you can’t fully anticipate the emotions that will ultimately guide the ceremony, reception, and everything in between. These are the moments that make a wedding truly unforgettable, but they can be lost in the blur of the day.
Nikon's celebration of life under the microscope is back.
Over 49,000 submissions flooded into the Natural History Museum London's Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 competition.