The world's largest competition for panoramic photographers has just announced its winners. With over 5,000 entries from amateur and professional photographers in 97 countries, the 2021 EPSON International Pano Awards is a celebration of creativity. American photographer Joshua Hermann was awarded the title of Open Photographer of the Year for his gorgeous images of cypress trees growing from the swamps of Louisiana.
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...
Photographer Spends 30 Hours Capturing Powerful Day-to-Night Photo of the COVID Memorial in D.C. [Interview]
Over 670,000 white flags are laid out across the National Mall. This stunning display, conceived by artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, is both a tribute to and a place of mourning for the American lives lost during COVID-19. And for 30 hours, renowned photographer Stephen Wilkes observed the scene as he created one of his epic Day to Night photographs for a story in National Geographic.
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...
Since he picked up his first DSLR camera at 17 years old, Will Ferguson has been interested in getting creative with light. Now a professional filmmaker and photographer based in London, Ferguson makes time between clients to shoot passion projects. One such project has brought him a lot of attention after he posted a video to TikTok.
From the beginning of human civilization, we’ve been fascinated by what lies beyond our sky.
Italian primary school teacher Marcella Pace has always had a passion for astronomy.
Now in its 57th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the Natural History Museum’s showcase for the world's best nature photography. Over 50,000 photos were entered into this year's contest by professional and amateur photographers around the world. While the winners won't be announced until October, the contest has released a selection of Highly Commended images for us all to enjoy.
After a one-year hiatus, The Nature Conservancy Photo Contest is back.
Oceans cover over 70% of our beautiful planet Earth.