With just a few more days to enter the National Geographic 2018 Travel Photographer of the Year Contest, the organizers of the annual competition have released a selection of their favorite submissions from the Nature category so far. The stunning entries were taken by talented wildlife photographers from around the world, and give us a glimpse into the incredible beauty of the natural world.
Whether an animal is the hunter or the hunted, surviving in the wild is serious business.
For just the second time in history, a photograph taken by a member of Your Shot has landed on the...
Wedding season is upon us, and Junebug Weddings is getting everyone in the spirit—no matter if they’re bride, groom, or guest. Known for its wedding planning resources, the site is also offering engagement photo inspiration with their sixth annual Best Engagement Photos of the Year 2018. The curated collection highlights 50 beautiful (and often unconventional) scenes of couples who are madly in love with one another.
Early Highlights of “People” in the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest
The 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is in full swing, with submissions pouring in from international...
The World Photography Organisation has just announced the overall winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards.
Childbirth represents one of the greatest—and most rewarding—challenges that a human can endure. Every year, the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP) celebrate this poignant experience with their annual birth photography contest. As an online community of over 1,200 members in 42 countries, they host the Image Competition in an effort to “share the beauty of birth with the world.
The 61st World Press Photo Contest has recently announced the winning image of their 2018 competition.
Travel photographers take notice, the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest is now accepting entries.
Wet plate photography is an early photographic technique that's been seeing a revival in recent years. Developed in the 19th century, about 10 years after Henry Fox Talbot's calotype, which used a paper negative, wet-plate was a technical advancement that produced negative images on glass.
It seems like just yesterday we were marveling over the amazing photography finalists in the 15th Smithsonian.com Annual Photo Contest.
Every year, the National Geographic Traveller (UK)‘s prestigious Photography Competition showcases incredible travel photography from around the world.