Now in its seventh year, the Bird Photographer of the Year contest is a celebration of the avian world. For the 2022 edition, more than 20,000 images from 115 countries were submitted for consideration. And while the winners won't be announced until September, the competition is giving us a sneak preview of some of the finalists across several categories.
In 2018, Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti was on assignment with National Geographic in Kansas.
Graduation is a special time of year for any student.
There are some pictures that a photographer might wait years to capture. This was the case for Portland-based enthusiast Rajiv Mongia as he patiently waited to snap an amazing shot of two eagles with their talons interlocked in mid-air. One of the birds is flying upright while the other winged creature is mirrored, turned upside down.
We may never know the entirety of the natural world's vast beauty.
Most of us have heard of rainbows, but have you ever heard of a moonbow? Photographer Brian Hawkins certainly has.
The annual BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition has just released the winners and finalists for 2022. As always, the California Academy of Sciences puts together the event to celebrate Earth's biodiversity. This year's big winner, Karine Aigner, took home the top prize for a rare look at the bizarre mating ritual of cactus bees.
Most wet plate photographers stick to studio portraits, and there's a very good reason for this.
In the summer of 2020, the world was enthralled with the Comet Neowise, which only makes an appearance every 6,800...
When we last caught up with American photographer Nicole Chan, it was February 2020 and the world was on the cusp of change. Chan, who has lived in Shanghai for many years, photographed the bustling city as it shut down due to COVID-19. Soon, the rest of the world would follow.
How do people from other countries view Americans?
Before the invention of the photographic camera, transferring a real-life image onto paper or another flat surface was no easy...