Underwater Photographer of the Year 2024 Winner's Annouced
The Underwater Photographer of the Year 2024 has been named as Alex Dawson from Sweden, for his arresting image: " Whale Bones".
People’s Choice: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2023
A polar bear carves out a bed from a small iceberg before drifting off to sleep in the far north, in Norway’s Svalbard archipelago.
Having spent three days searching for polar bears through thick fog, the expedition vessel Nima was on changed course. It turned and headed to where there was still some sea ice. Here Nima encountered a younger and an older male polar bear. Just before midnight, the young male clambered onto a small iceberg and, using its strong paws, clawed away to carve out a bed before drifting off to sleep.
2024 National & Regional Awards Winners & Shortlist
The 2024 National & Regional Award recipients are announced. Now in its 11th year, the programme supports photographers of all abilities worldwide and celebrates their achievements. Showcasing local talent to an international audience, the winners are selected from entries to the Open competition.
Foam Paul Huf Award 2023
Felipe Romero Beltrán
In 2023, Felipe Romero Beltrán won the 17th edition of the Foam Paul Huf Award. Now Foam is proud to announce his solo exhibition Dialect.
The Nature Photography Contest: Winners Announced!
© Alain Schroeder
The Nature Photography Contest, which held its first edition in 2023, has proved to be an excellent meeting point where photography and love for our planet go hand in hand. Now, two months after entries closed, the contest has presented the winning photographs and photographers of a contest that promises to continue growing and expanding its borders.(...)
Winning Image of the Canon Redline Challenge 2023 Revealed
In its third and record-breaking year, with over 30,000 images from over 50 countries submitted, Canon Europe is pleased to reveal the winner of this year’s Redline Challenge photography competition. Following the theme of ‘Room to Breathe’, the creative task required entrants to have a strong sense of composition and framing, as well as the ability to convey calmness and serenity in their work.