The inaugural reFocus World Photo Annual Contest has announced its winners. Although very young, this contest has brought together many splendid photographers and their incredible work! So, without further ado, let’s delve into the radiant, jaw-dropping, and deeply moving images that earned top honors this year.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is about a month away from announcing its 2023 winners. But before that big moment, we get to see some Highly Commended photos of the fifty-ninth edition of the contest. Like every year, you’ll see some stunning, gorgeous, and heartbreaking images. And this unique “forest rodeo” was one of my favorites.
Minimalist Photography Awards has announced its winners for 2023. And if you, like me, enjoy calming, clean, minimalistic scenes, you’re going to love them! The winner of the fifth edition of the contest is Martin Annand from the UK. But in addition to his splendid winning shots of the British seaside, you’ll also enjoy category winners in their simple, but stunning beauty.
If you’ve ever been to Paris, I’m sure you took some photos of the Eiffel Tower. Photographer Mathieu Stern is based in Paris, yet he realized that he never took a photo of this famous landmark in an unconventional way. And you know Mathieu – lots of his work is unconventional and experimental.
So, he teamed up with BonfotonUP and transformed a Parisian apartment into a gigantic upright camera obscura. He captured one of the world’s most famous landmarks in a new light, and he shares this adventure in a recent video.
If you’re using Adobe’s excellent platform Behance, beware – there’s an elaborate scam going around. It targets Behance users, involving people posing as recruiters for Waymo, an autonomous driving tech company. These fake recruiters conduct what appear to be legitimate job interviews via Skype and offer high-paying roles in design. But as it usually goes with scams – there’s a catch… A costly one.
“Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” Life Framer describes its Planet Earth competition with these words by Henry David Thoreau… And it’s a perfectly suitable description! The best photos of the contest show the best of our home planet, reminding us just how beautiful and magical it is – but also how endangered.
The Black and White Photo Awards has announced its 2023 winners, and one photo to rule them all shows an elegant, adorable gelada monkey. The international photo focuses on black-and-white images, and this year’s edition was even more successful than anyone had hoped for.
Butterflies and moths are gorgeous enough in real-life size… And their beautiful wings get even prettier and more colorful under a microscope. This is where Montréal-based microbiologist Chloé Savard, aka Tardibabe, placed a gorgeous Madagascan sunset moth. With the help of her microscope and iPhone, she took a mesmerizing video showing the delicate beauty and iridescence of the insect’s fabulous wings.
Have you ever wondered what the most photographed places in the world are? Places that will make your friends the most jealous if you visit and share photos on Instagram? Joke aside, folks at FloridaPanhandle.com actually analyzed this and came to some interesting conclusions. They researched hundreds of hashtags and attractions all over the world, as well as every single U.S. state. In their recent report, they reveal what the most “instagrammable” places are across the world and in the United States.