Earlier this year, Leica launched the Leica Women Foto Project, a contest dedicated to the expansion of diversity and inclusion in photography. And now, the winners have been announced, chosen from over 600 submissions across the United States.
The Sony World Photography Awards is now in its 13th year, and it has become one of the most famous global photography contests. The 2020 competition is ongoing and there are still a few months left to submit your entries. The first of the shortlists will be announced on 4 February 2020, but here’s a sneak peek. Thanks to the World Photography Organisation who stands behind the contest, you can take a look at some of the most stunning entries that have been submitted so far.
The CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year has just announced the winners and shortlisted images of the 2019 contest. All photos are absolutely striking, showing the raw reality of humanity’s and wildlife’s struggle against the impacts of climate change all around the world.
Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year has just announced the winners of its 2019 competition. Just like every year, the photos are a real treat for all astronomy and astrophotography geeks. Even if you aren’t one, these amazing photos will make you fall in love with astrophotography.
Nikon Photo Contest has been around since 1969 and it’s one of the largest photo competitions in the world. This year is its 50th anniversary, and the 2018-2019 winners have just been announced. Out of nearly 100,000 entries, we bring you the best of the best selected by the contest judges.
Here’s a real treat for all astrophotography fans and space enthusiasts. Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year has just announced its shortlisted images of the 2019 competition. And just like in the previous years, the selected images are absolutely breathtaking!
Africa Geographic has just disqualified Björn Persson, its 2019 Photographer of the Year. His photo of an elephant named Tim won this year’s contest. However, the judges later discovered that the image doesn’t accurately reflect Tim’s look. It turned out that Persson overdid it with photo manipulation, so he’s been stripped of his award and a new contest winner has been announced.
For the sixth year in a row, RØDE is announcing My RØDE Reel, the world’s largest short film competition. This year’s prize pool is the biggest yet, offering over $1 million in prizes over nearly 30 contest categories. Everyone can enter and win some of the valuable prizes from the filmmaking industry’s biggest brands, all you need to do is make an awesome short.
Eye-rolls, shrugs, and barbs greeted the $120,000 Grand Prize winner of Dubai’s HIPA Photography Prize. Malaysian photographer Edwin Ong’s photo of a partially blind Vietnamese woman carrying her baby was derided for representing yet another “poverty porn” contest winner before it was suggested that the image was staged by photographer Ab Rashid.