The World Photography Organization has just announced the shortlisted photographers in the Student and Youth categories of the Sony World Photography Awards 2022. This year, they were invited to respond to the task Connections, considering how differently we have all been connecting over the past two years. As it always goes with this contest, there are plenty of beautiful images, so let’s take a look.
Ocean Art is one of those photo contests that shows us the underwater world that we can’t see all that often, if at all. The contest has just announced its winners, and as always – they didn’t disappoint.
Nature Photographer of the Year has announced the winning photos of the 2021 contest. This year’s flattering title of the overall winner went to Terje Kolaas from Norway for his spectacular image of geese migration. Of course, there are plenty more stunning images from this year’s contest, and we bring you the selection of the best nature photos for 2021.
Budapest International Foto Awards (BIFA) has announced its 2021 winners, and it includes magnificent images across different categories and from all over the world. This year’s overall winner is Svetlana Melik-Nubarov, and her work sure is thought-provoking. In the series titled Our Past, she reflects on the dangers of propaganda often imposed from early childhood.
The fifth International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards has just announced its 2021 winners. If you think wedding photography is boring, this selection will prove you wrong and show you just how many fun and unique images you can get at a wedding.
As we’ve mentioned before, you don’t have to wait for the perfect weather or the golden hour to take amazing photos. As always, the winning photos of Weather Photographer of the Year remind us that this truly is the case. The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the 2021 contest winners, and they show all the beauty and versatility of different weather conditions we can find ourselves in.
The Environmental Photographer of the Year has announced its 2021 winners. As the contest name suggests, this is a selection of photos that depicts humanity’s struggle with environmental issues, but also its adaptability and ability to survive. And just as always, the selected photos will leave no one indifferent.
The German Society for Nature Photography (GDT) has just announced the winners of the 2021 European Wildlife Photographer of the Year. And as always, they don’t disappoint. The incredible image of “jellyfish ballet” has won the overall first place, and in this article, we bring you all of the stunning category winners.