Wildlife photographers take some of the most adventurous and exciting shots. The recently released 2021 finalists of the Bird Photographer of the Year Awards are no exception. From a confrontation between an enormous eagle and a fox to an adorable fluffy duckling exploring its pond, this year's gallery is a collection of magical moments in the animal kingdom. The Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 competition saw a stunning 22,000 entries from around the world.
Great photographs are at our fingertips with the ever-improving camera phones in our pockets.
The World Photography Organisation has announced the open shortlist and category winners of the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards.
Black and white photography offers a different perspective on a world that we usually see in vibrant color. Going beyond the monochromatic palette, many photographers choose to combine it with a minimalist aesthetic and pare the subject down to the basis of line and form. Bnw Minimalism Magazine is celebrating this style of image with its Black and White Minimalist Photography Prize. In the competition's inaugural year, the publication received over 1,400 entries for consideration.
The stunning winning images of the 2020 World Nature Photography Awards have been announced.
The World Photography Organisation, a leader in the international photography scene, has recently announced the 2021 National and Regional Awards...
Photographing the natural world is an art form with a side of science. Whether they are identifying species or capturing the effects of climate change, wildlife photographers immerse themselves in their surroundings, and the are awarded for their incredible images every year. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year—developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London—is a prestigious competition that has drawn nature photographers from around the world for decades.
Underwater photography takes patience, technical skill, and an adventurous spirit.
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Many people dream of seeing the Northern Lights one day. For photographers, the phenomenon known as Aurora borealis is not just a bucket list item; it's a chance for the shot of a lifetime. Often shooting at night in freezing weather, these photographers must put all their astro and night photography skills to the test. The resulting images capture these otherworldly sights, as well as the beautiful locations over which the greenish lights dance.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest recently recognized the winners of its 2020 competition, but that doesn’t mean the...
For the seventh year, the International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition highlights the beauty of our environment.