The British Ecological Society has announced the winners of its annual photography competition, “Capturing Ecology.” It showcases the breathtaking wonders of the natural world, and this year’s overall winning photo shows a well-hidden damselfish napping in a coral. But there are plenty more wonderful shots, showing the beauty, fragility, and resilience of our planet’s diverse ecosystems.
After its video contest, Nikon Small World has just announced the winners of its 2023 photo competition. The winner of the 49th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography contest is Hassanain Qambari assisted by Jayden Dickson for a remarkable and significant image of a rodent optic nerve head. Other than looking spectacular, this image provides an important contribution to the study and reversal of diabetic retinopathy, which affects one in five persons with diabetes worldwide.
Yup, it’s happening – we now have a dedicated contest for AI images. The inaugural BIFB Prompted Peculiar — International AI Prize has just announced its winners. As it was probably expected, the contest has sparked some serious debates, and I’d like to share the images and give my two cents on the whole thing.
Today in South Kensington, the Natural History Museum announced the winners of the 2023 Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPOTY) contest. Believe it or not, this year’s competition saw nearly 50,000 photos from 95 countries! But there can only be one winner – and this year, for the second time, it’s Laurent Ballesta. His remarkable photo The golden horseshoe shows an ancient crab accompanied by three golden trevallies.
The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the winners of the 2023 Standard Chartered Weather Photographer of the Year competition. This year’s overall winner is Francisco Negroni of Chile, with a truly remarkable image titled A Perfect Cloud. It shows two surreal, flying saucer-like rings of lenticular cloud around the snow-covered summit of Chile’s most active Villarrica volcano. The fiery orange glow of lava illuminates the clouds from within, creating an otherworldly scene.
Hey, you! Yes, you! Can’t you hear this lovely bear calling you? He wants you to check out the hilarious 2023 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards finalists. This furry poser is among the 41 images that have entered the final selection before the contest winner is announced. And he wants to share the photos with you and make your day!
The winners of the 2023 Epson International Pano Awards have been announced. And just as always, we have ahead of us a remarkable collection of panoramic images from all over the world!
This year’s overall winner is José D. Riquelme from Spain. His surreal Icelandic landscape landed him the first place as Open Photographer of the Year, and he has also secured the top spot in the Nature/Landscape category with three of his photos.
When I think of the Siena International Photo Awards, I think of photos that make a tear glow in the corner of my eye. The contest has announced its 2023 winners, and like in previous years, they are guaranteed to stir up strong emotions.
This year’s Photographer of the Year is Salwan Georges, an esteemed Iraqi-American photographer and journalist. His winning photo, titled Georgy, captures a moving moment that shows a part of pain and meaninglessness of war.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has become an annual staple in the lives of many photographers. We all want to see what new views of the universe we’re going to be presented with.
But just as interesting to photographers is the gear used to create it. Fortunately, we’ve got Skies and Scopes here again to give us the rundown. They went through all 828 shortlisted images to see how they were made.
It seems to be a time for competitions right now. We’ve had quite a few of them come up recently. This time, it’s the turn of the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year awards 2023.
This year’s winning image is a dramatic and alarming shot of a rapidly melting ice sheet. But that isn’t the only exceptional image amongst this year’s winners.