You can get a different perspective on the world thanks to the winners of the 2020 Drone Photo Awards. Organized as part of the prestigious Siena Awards Festival, the photo contest highlights the best aerial drone photography from around the world. This year, Australian photographer Jim Picôt took home the grand prize for his image Love Heart of Nature. The brilliant photograph shows a shark swimming among a school of salmon.
Now in its 12th year, the Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition continues to impress.
We could all use a good laugh and, as usual, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is a great way to see...
For the fifth year, conservation charity Birds on the Brink has hosted the Bird Photographer of the Year competition. Wildlife photographers from around the world submitted their best images of our feathered friends across several different categories. In the end, Kuwaiti photographer Majed AlZa’abi took home the top prize and was awarded £5,000. AlZa'abi nabbed the win for his artistic portrait of European shags on the Norwegian island of Vardø.
The International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) competition has announced its winners for the 2020 Macro Art photography contest.
Each year, the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) runs several print-based photography competitions to engage its members.
For this year's thematic photo contest by the International Photography Awards, creatives were asked to submit their best single image depicting motion. The results are an incredible look at how this deceivingly simple concept can breed wide-ranging results. Thousands submitted their images to the Movement contest, but the win went to Canadian photographer Anne Mason-Hoerter. Her winning image, Wild Carrots, also took the top prize in the Fine Art category and uses an unusual technique.
Moved by the beauty of the stars, astrophotographers from around the world submitted their best work to the annual Insight...
Each year the National Audubon Society asks photographers from across the United States and seven Canadian provinces to submit their...
Australian photographer Jasmine Carey took home top prize at the prestigious HIPA international photo contest for her incredible underwater photograph. Taken in Tonga, Carey's stunning photo shows a humpback whale resting with her new calf. For her efforts, she'll receive $120,000. Started by Dubai's crown prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2011, HIPA has transformed into a competitive contest that attracts photographers from around the world.
In a world full of uncertainty, you could probably do with some cheering up right now.
Life on Earth has once again been showcased in all its glory thanks to the BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition.