December 10, 2019

Incredible Winners of the 2019 EPSON International Pano Awards

Nearly 5,000 photographs were submitted to the 10th annual EPSON International Pano Awards, the premier showcase for panoramic photographers. Out of the 72 countries represented, it was Australia that took home the top prize with Mieke Boynton being named Open Photographer of the Year for her stunning aerial photographs. Her panoramic images of Iceland’s winding rivers appear as abstract paintings that are certainly worthy of her title.

Read Article

November 15, 2019

Adorably Hilarious Winners of the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Our domestic pets make us laugh on a daily basis, but animals in the wild can have their funny moments, too. Now in its 5th year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards recently announced the hilarious winning photos for 2019. The funny images were chosen from over 4,000 entries from 68 different countries, revealing that silly playfulness is universal amongst animals.

Read Article

October 23, 2019

Striking Winners of the 2019 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition Show the Artistry of Science

For forty-five years, the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has celebrated the microscopic world and, in the process, allowed scientists and enthusiasts to show off the artistry of scientific imagery. Passionate micro-photographers from nearly 100 countries submitted over 2000 stunning pieces of microphotography to the competition. In the end, the expert judging panel narrowed the field to the top 20 images with a photo of a turtle embryo taking the top prize.

Read Article

September 30, 2019

Breathtaking Winners of the 2019 Nature Conservancy Photo Contest

Global conservation organization The Nature Conservancy is on a mission to save the land and water we rely on. They try to shed light on the wonder and beauty of the flora and fauna that is currently at risk. Their annual photography contest is a way for creatives to make their contribution and show what we risk losing if we’re not careful.

Read Article