February 20, 2019

World Press Photo Announces Nominees for the 2019 Photojournalism Contest

After culling through more than 78,000 photographs from over 4,700 photographers, the expert judges of the World Press Photo contest have announced the finalists of the 2019 competition. The panelists have selected 43 photographers from 23 countries to represent the best in photojournalism, with women making up 32% of the finalists. This is a great increase from the previous year, when only 12% of the nominees were female.

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February 11, 2019

2019 Birth Photography Contest Winners Capture the Emotion and Beauty of Childbirth

There is nothing more special than the birth of a child. As loving parents bring new life into the world, many rely on professional birth photographers to immortalize this joyous day. To help celebrate the important work of these photographers, the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP) hosts an annual photo competition.

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January 17, 2019

Dronestagram’s Winning Photos Reveal Spectacular Aerial Views of the World

For the fifth year, Dronestagram celebrates the best drone photography with its International Drone Photography Competition. Thousands of entries flooded in from around the globe, showing off the spectacular artistry of these skilled photographers. In the end, Zekedrone took home the top prize for his striking image titled Hungry Hippos. Photographed during the photographer’s trip to Tanzania, the image is the perfect combination of composition, light, and color.

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December 11, 2018

Winners of the Royal Society Photography Contest Celebrate the Glory of Science

For the fourth year, the Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition pays homage to the men and women who use photography to help communicate the beauty of science. The 2018 winners of the photo competition all encounter incredible events, whether it be during a solar eclipse or while studying insects under a microscope. Now, their work can be enjoyed by a wider audience as a way to embrace all aspects of the scientific world.

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