A photograph of the annular solar eclipse taken in Tibet has been awarded the top prize at the prestigious Royal Observatory Greenwich Astronomy Photographer of the Year awards. Chinese photographer Shuchang Dong came away with the award in the 13th iteration of the contest, which celebrates the artistry of astrophotography. “Powerful, dramatic, and profound in its simplicity,” said competition judge Jon Culshaw. “This image constantly draws the eye back to it, away from all others.
Explore Life Under the Microscope With the Winners of the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Contest
The 47th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has announced its winners and the results are as striking as ever.
We could all use a little laughter in our lives and what better way to do so than by looking...
Over 22,000 images from photographers around the world flooded into the sixth annual Bird Photographer of the Year contest. It was Mexican photographer Alejandro Prieto who took home the top prize for his haunting photo of a Greater Roadrunner staring down the immense border wall between the United States and Mexico. Wrapped in barbed wire, the wall looms large over the perplexed animal. Prieto won a £5,000 ($6,900)
Back for its third edition, the Minimalist Photography Awards has announced its list of winners for the year 2021.
With smartphones becoming so prevalent across the globe, more and more people are discovering the joy of photographing with their...
From nearly 2,500 entries, the top bird photographs were selected as winners of the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards. With participants from all 50 U.S. states, Washington D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces, the contest showed off the best of North American bird photography. Amateur photographer Carolina Fraser took home the Grand Prize for her delightful photo of a Greater Roadrunner.
Exceptional images of the stars are on full display, as the Royal Observatory Greenwich has unveiled its shortlist for the...
Each year, the California Academy of Sciences asks photographers to submit their best photos to showcase the Earth's biodiversity.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back to show the lighter side of the animal kingdom. This annual competition, now in its seventh year, is once again on the hunt for 2021's funniest animal images. While entries are being accepted until June 30, the organizers have released some of the images from this year that have already tickled their funny bones.
Wildlife photographers take some of the most adventurous and exciting shots.
Great photographs are at our fingertips with the ever-improving camera phones in our pockets.