Photo Contest News
Announcing the Winners of Google’s 2022 Image Equity Fellowship
Today, in partnership with Google, For Freedoms, and FREE THE WORK, Aperture is pleased to announce the twenty recipients of the 2022 Image Equity Fellowship. The winners of the 2022 Image Equity Fellowship are: Jamil Baldwin, Miranda Barnes, McKayla Chandler, Maneesha Chaudhary, Nykelle DeVivo, Emanuel Hahn, Eric Hart Jr., Vikesh Kapoor, Adeline Lulo, Tiffany Luong, Maya June Mansour, Da’Shaunae Marisa, Xavier Scott Marshall, Ricardo Nagaoka, Nasrah Omar, David López Osuna, Walé Oyéjidé, Oluwatosin “Tosin” Popoola, C.T. Robert, Giancarlo Montes Santangelo
THE LUCIE AWARDS ANNOUNCE LYNSEY ADDARIO TO RECEIVE THE 2022 IMPACT AWARD
Pulitzer prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario will receive the 2022 Lucie Impact Award, given to a photographer whose image and/or body of work has made a substantial impact during the current year. The image below is the winning image, along with Addario's other work in Ukraine.
Best 2022 Aerial Images Announced
The image titled Big Bang, immortalized by French photographer Armand Sarlangue, is the overall winner of Drone Photo Awards 2022, the most important international contest of aerial photography.
New narratives: BJP International Photography 2021 Award Winners revealed
This year’s BJP International Photography Award Series Winner Hajar Benjida, has been awarded the prestigious solo show at London Gallery, TJ Boulting, this December. Her winning series takes viewers behind the scenes at the iconic Magic City strip joint in Atlanta Made us Famous.
New Street Photography — Meet the Winners!
We’re delighted to announce the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2022. These 39 photographers from 18 countries — always out on the job, alert and camera in hand — present an abundance of great, fleeting moments from around the world.
ANNOUNCING THE 2022 INGE MORATH AWARD
Magnum Foundation, Magnum Photos, and the Inge Morath Estate are pleased to announce Johis Alarcón as the recipient of the 2022 Inge Morath Award, and Spandita Malik as the finalist. They'll each receive a production grant to support a long-term documentary project.