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15 Award Winning Photographs from Lake Superior Magazine Photo Contest
Lake Superior Magazine's 26th annual photo contest results were announced which had hundreds of participants from 11 states or provinces and one foreign country(India).  Sara Smith of Madison Heights won the overall grand prize for her "
Professional Photographers of America has announced winner of Grand Imaging Award 2021
Professional photographers of America founded in 1868, is the longest-standing non-profitable photography trade association.  In its largest annual conference and trade show professional photographers association announced the winner of the contest.  Shannon Squires-Toews, M.Photog, has been announced as the overall Grand Imaging Award winner for her image "perfectly Perched" in the animal category. Shannon competed with 12 category winners to get this award.  Her image was judged by jurors as PPA's prestigious Loan Collection which...
Hawaii Magazine 2021 Photography Contest Winners Announced
Hawaii Magazine conducts annual photo contests in Land, Ocean, Wildlife, Sunset and People categories.  The stunning pictures reveal the beauty of nature at its best.  The underwater octopus picture shot by Shane Myers from Mililani has won the grand prize for photo contest 2021.  The beautiful sunset in the pineapple field, awesome mountains and valleys of Kualoa,  dolphins diving into the ocean and many more breath-taking pictures are chosen by the jurors in each category.  Each category had a first prize winner and an honorary runner-...
The International Photography Awards has announced the winners of its 2020 photography competition. Showcasing some of the most outstanding photographic work from around the globe, this year’s contest gathered a total of 13,000 entries from 120 countries. Discover the selection of winners and honorable mentions from the architecture sub-categories: fine art, cityscapes, bridges, buildings, interior, historic, industrial, abstract, and other. The IPA revealed its 2020 winners. To select the category frontrunners, an international jury of renowned photography...
You're in luck because there are lots of laughs to be had when looking at the winners of the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards. With over 7,000 entries from photographers around the world, it wasn't an easy decision to narrow the field to a winner. But in the end, it was a photo of a sassy turtle that helped photographer Mark Fitzpatrick win the top award. “It's been amazing to see the reaction to my photo of Terry the Turtle flipping the bird, with Terry giving people a laugh in what has been a difficult year for many, as well as helping spread an...
Even amid stay-at-home order and restricted mobility, the cameramen who worked for stories this year were able to connect us with events around the world. To enjoy the New Year, now here is a screened selection of the most attractive photographs of 2020. This article consists of or favourite pictures from the photography competitions of the last 12 months from the following genres:   Wildlife Photography Award winning wildlife photography by sergey Food photography, Award winning food photography by kmasad Landscape photography, Award winning landscape...
Our Big Backyard Nature Photo Contest is Open for Entries | February 23 2021
Contest Closed
Greater Portland
Nature is shining bright as it breathes fresh air due to pandemic lockdown.  Everything around us is nature and you can shoot your backyard, your local park, or a trail.  Let us celebrate nature and share it with the rest of the world by entering the Big Backyard Nature Photo Contest.  The photo can be taken anywhere in Greater Portland, from Forest Grove in the west to the Sandy River in the east to Wilsonville in the south.  A 50 word description should be included along with the photo.  Digitally altered photos are eligible for the...
Contest 2 Months left to Enter
10,000 £
Natural History Museum, London
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, founded in 1965, is an annual international showcase of the best nature photography. The contest is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. The competition gives away prizes worth £18000 every year. The 56th Annual competition attracted more than 49,000 entries from around the world. With the successful announcement of winners, the competition for Wildlife Photographer of the year 2021 is now open. The owners and sponsors have once again been kind enough to share the following winning...
Landscape photography is one of our favorite genres. The overall winner and the category winners have recently been announced, and they will teleport you to the beautiful landscapes all over the world. You’ll agree, that’s what we all need right now. The Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020 is Chris Frost with his magical photo of Woodland Woods in Dorset. Winning the 13th annual contest earned him not only the flattering title of Photographer of the Year, but also the £10,000 prize. “Taken in spring of 2018 in a wooded area close to...
Global photography social network Agora's latest contest tasked its community with taking portraits of small things, and the resulting highlights run the gamut from an extraordinary close up of a tiny damselfly to some shots of humans eclipsed by the scale and majesty of Mother Nature. The top prize, voted on by Agora’s community of photographers, went to Bangladeshi wildlife and aerial artist Rafid Yasar. His winning shot zooms in on a Black Naped Monarch hatchling, presumably crying out for a meal. Yasar takes home US$1,000 for his winning photograph....
International Nature Photography Contest by CGTN - 26 January 2021
Contest Closed
CGTN 2020 Calendar + Gift
* Entry Fee: Free
CGTN Digital's second International Nature Photography Contest is now open! We are calling for submissions of great nature images taken in 2020 in any of these categories: wildlife, geography, environment, human and nature.   Target Dates Open for submission: 26 December 2020 Last date for submission: 26 January 2021 Announcement of winners: 10 February 2021 Fees: There is no entry fee. Prizes: Last year our prize was the CGTN 2020 Calendar limited edition. This year, shortlisted participants will receive a special gift and a...
Art of Building is an annual international photography competition run by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the competition attracts thousands of entries each year, as keen amateurs and experienced professionals battle for international recognition and two £1,500 cash prizes. This is a competition that celebrates buildings and the relationship people have with the built environment. If your photograph is selected as a finalist or is highly commended, it will be featured in public installations as the competition transforms construction hoarding...
Contest 2 Months left to Enter
3000 USD
Nikon has a small global competition to launch next year. The Nikon Small World Competition is open to anyone with an interest in photography through the microscope. Nikon welcomes a broad range of subject matter, and any type of light microscopy technique is acceptable, including phase contrast, polarized light, fluorescence, interference contrast, darkfield, confocal, deconvolution, and mixed techniques. A glowing zebrafish wins the 2020 Nikon Small World photography contest.The 2020 competition has winners who are professional and hobbyists as well. The prize-...
The prestigious competition, run by the Virginia-based National Wildlife Federation (NWF), drew more than 29,700 entries from around the globe, with winning images for 2020 including snaps of a pair of playful baboons in Zambia, the stunning Milky Way over the Yellowstone River and a hapless gladiator tree frog being devoured by a parrot snake in Costa Rica. The National Wildlife Federation brings nature to life in the pages of our publications, inspiring people of all ages and reading levels to develop a deeper relationship with our natural world. Rejoice in the...
AccuWeather partnered with the Royal Meteorological Society on their "Weather Photographer of the Year" 2020 contest this year. As determined by the judges, Rudolf Sulgan is Weather Photographer of the Year for 2020. The best photos make me feel like I was having their experience. "Blizzard" does this for me. I feel the chill of the winter air, the snowflakes hitting my face and the people enjoying the snow, with older folks remembering previous snows and children just forming memories that will last for years. The framing is impeccable and pleasing. It captures...
Farmers Weekly’s 2020 Photography Competition is offering you £500 in cash prizes and a unique opportunity to see your pictures published. There are eight categories and the competition is open to amateur photographers only. We’ll publish a selection of the shots we like best, including the eight category winners, in the bumper Christmas issue of Farmers Weekly on 15 December, then announce our overall winner plus the second- and third-prize images in early January. You can enter photos taken in 2020 or in previous years - and it is fine to re-...