Photographers from 56 countries entered their unique perspectives of the world into the Close-up Photographer of the Year contest. Over 9,000 images were submitted to the competition, which is in its third year, and Norwegian photographer Pål Hermansen was named the overall winner for his fascinating photo of insects laid on a table. The photo, which also won the Insects category, was something that happened practically by accident.
If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter franchise, you’re likely familiar with the character Colin Creevey.
The moai monoliths, more commonly known as the Easter Island Heads, are iconic.
What’s just below the ocean’s surface? In the wondrous images by National Geographic photographer David Doubilet, we get a glimpse into the world beneath the water. Known as the “Audubon of the sea,” Doubilet captures vivid sights that are a split view, simultaneously showing what’s happening atop the water as well as within it. The results are fascinating; a magenta jellyfish, for instance, blooms in the foreground, punctuated with a backdrop of tall pine trees.
The world's largest competition for panoramic photographers has just announced its winners.
For the past 12 years, travel photographer Florian Delalee has been constantly on the move.
French underwater photographer and biologist Laurent Ballesta has been named the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in the Natural History Museum's annual contest. His photo of camouflage groupers emerging from a murky cloud of their eggs and sperm beat out over 50,000 other images to take the top prize. Taken in French Polynesia, the photograph is the fruit of five years spent observing these fish and their breeding habits.
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Over 670,000 white flags are laid out across the National Mall.
South African wildlife photographer Chris Fallows has spent 30 years traveling the world to document the animal kingdom.
One of the great advantages of living in Europe is the ability to enjoy different cultures by traveling just a short distance. Recently, landscape photographer Albert Dros had the chance to hop on a train and experience several different European cities over the course of 10 days. Since 2021 is officially the European Year of Rail, Dros was invited to join the Connecting Europe Express.
Since he picked up his first DSLR camera at 17 years old, Will Ferguson has been interested in getting creative...
From the beginning of human civilization, we’ve been fascinated by what lies beyond our sky.