The images are in categories that cover the full range of food in various cultures and societies.
All of these mind-blowing macro shots were captured on an iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max, showing off the stellar photography range and up-close capabilities of this premium handset.
These winning shots cast a completely different perspective onto the world, making you think and consider things from a new angle.
Conservation through humour – that’s the focus of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, “most probably the world’s funniest photography competition”.
The best single shots from the category winners in the Open competition of the Sony World Photography Awards 2022 have just been revealed.
After waiting hours for low tide and the subsequent volley of seals swimming in the lagoon on the remote Antarctic island of Plano, Amos Nachoum captured the winning shot.
Three finalists were selected in each category, and their striking images covered a few salient issues from the past couple of years or so.
Working from home is great but it doesn’t come close to the joy that must come with snapping wildlife photos for a living.
Take a moment to delve into the winner of one of the largest annual photography competitions on Earth – the Sony World Photography Awards.
The idea behind this macro photography challenge is to look closer and turn the ordinary – everyday objects like a hairbrush, a food item, or a subject in nature like ice, snow, feathers, flowers, insects, or pets – into the extraordinary.
The winning shots from the 2021 Comedy Pet Photo Awards include pure joy and happiness from dogs, cats, horses, and even two baby chicks.
Brent Stirton’s photograph of two orphan chimpanzees being flown to the safety of a rehabilitation centre is one of the winning shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 competition.
The Weather Photographer of the Year competition is now in its sixth year, having seen everything from rain, to shine, to snow, and storms.
Studies have shown that just looking at photos of nature lowers work stress levels. Consider the next few minutes an investment in yourself.
The photographers who submitted their snaps for this year’s Street Photographers Foundation Awards managed some incredible shots.
From around the world, ranging from Western Australia to Norway, photographers are capturing the state of our oceans, showing animals and plants in their natural environment.
Nikon’s Small World photography competition showcases the beauty and complexity of life as seen through a microscope.
The overall winner will be chosen from more than 50 000 entries across 95 countries and announced on October 12.
Ben Clark’s photo of a female peacock spider taking down a much larger flesh fly is one of the winning snaps from year’s Australian Geographic nature photographer of the year competition.
The Pirelli Calendar is back and Bryan Adams (yes, the musician) is the photographer for the 2022 edition.
The 14th annual iPhone Photography Awards show that magic and artistry can be achieved with a good eye and an iPhone.
The shortlisted photographs in The Royal Observatory Greenwich’s 13th Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition are so beautiful that it’s hard to believe they’re real.
The winners of the International Photography Contest of Mountain Activity (CVCEPHOTO) show us some of the epic conditions and heights reached as an extreme mountaineer.
South African photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman wants to change the narrative about South Africa, and celebrate the “joy” and “creativity” of the country and its people.
LensCulture’s Portrait Awards 2021 brought together some of the most talented portrait photographers out there.
Renowned street photographer Sally Davies captures the living spaces that house the last remnants of New York’s alternative scene, on the cusp of gentrification.
The judges have issued their verdicts and announced the winners of the World Nature Photography Awards 2020.