Photo Contest News

Winners of the Pano Awards announced

Winners of the Pano Awards announced
The Pano Awards received nearly 5,000 entries from over 70 countries, discover the winning images.


Announcing our 2019 Grantees

Announcing our 2019 Grantees
We are pleased to announce ten new grants to photographers. Each of these projects represents innovative, socially engaged, and independent storytelling by diverse makers. Congratulations to our newest grantees!(...)


2019 Women photography grant WINNERS

2019 Women photography grant WINNERS
Natalie Keyssar claims the 1st prize with make Me A Little Miracle while Robin Alysha Clemens the New Generation Prize. See all the results and the judges motivations!


Siena International Photo Awards 2019 Winners Announced

Siena International Photo Awards 2019 Winners Announced
British Photographer Jonathan Banks' stunning shot, "A Boy in the Crowd" of a Liberian child trying to retrieve his ball in a festival crowd guarded by armed soldiers is the overall winner of the 2019 Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA) contest.(...)


Star Wars Families

Star Wars Families
The Star Wars Families project will serve as an homage to fans and a record of this unforgettable moment as the Skywalker saga draws to a close. Ten international photographers will be engaged to create an editorial-style series of images which, together with the British Journal of Photographys journalists exploration of each familys story, will form a narrative around the family portrait. Assisted by a behind-the-scenes videographer, each selected photographer will be given the opportunity to create images that record the intimate relationships specific to each family unit.(...)


Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2019

Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2019
Alan Taylor - Nikon has announced the winners of the 2019 Small World Photomicrography Competition, and has once more shared some of the winning and honored images with us. The contest invites photographers and scientists to submit images of all things visible under a microscope. This year, first place was awarded to Teresa Zgoda and Teresa Kugler for their painstakingly prepared photo of a turtle embryo, using fluorescence and stereo microscopy. More than 2,000 entries were received from 100 countries in 2019, the 45th year of the competition.