Waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Landscapes by Краси Матаров | Krasi Matarov

Waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Осень в Болгарии
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Закат в Доломитах
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„Краси е отдаден фотограф и много добър лектор, от който можеш да научиш много неща. Освен голям професионалист, той е и човек, който никога няма да скрие нищо от „тънкостите”, които използва, за да направи перфектната снимка, и ще се опита да помогне всеки един от участниците в уоркшопите му да постигне напредък. Освен това, подобно изживяване ти дава възможността да се срещнеш с още много други хора, споделящи страстта към фотографията, с които можеш да обмениш опит. Определено участието в неговия уоркшоп беше много ползотворно изживяване за мен. Препоръчвам го на всеки! „
Мила Друмева
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Landscapes by Краси Матаров | Krasi Matarov
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Wildlife and Nature

Impress us with your best nature-inspired images. This challenging genre will test your photography skills to limit. Whether you’re photographing fabulous flora and or fantastic fauna we want to see an original take on the subject.

Harvesting together – Michael
Crowd 1st | Expert Commended
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Impala a Multiple Exposure – akshay Valluru
Crowd 1st | Expert Commended
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Night time dweller – Kyle Moore
Expert 1st | Crowd top 10%
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Nightdress with transparencies – Ruben Perez Novo
Expert winner | Crowd top 10%
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Peacock Tree Frog – Sandra Cockayne
Crowd 4th | Expert Commended
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Digital Camera Photographer of the Year is back for 2019 with an amazing £30,000 prize fund up for grabs. This year the awards are free to enter thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, mpb.com and Affinity Photo.
This year the awards are completely free to enter, and photographers 25 years and younger can take part in both the main awards AND Young Photographer of the Year.
For the overall winner the judges will be looking for a standout photographer who has not only won a round (or several) but has also demonstrated a range of skills and visual awareness in different categories.
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Wildlife and Nature | Round 1
view all results at Photocrowd

Urban Landscape

It’s time to go metropolis mad and get creative in the urban environment. The human-made landscape can be a visual feast for photographers. We’re looking for any angle on the subject; from industrial vistas to amazing architecture or perhaps you want to communicate a deeper message about the concrete world we’ve made.

The Voyage – Elena Paraskeva
Crowd Winner
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Traditional local boat in Victoria Harbour at sunset, Hong Kong – Stefano Zaccaria
Crowd Winner
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Impressions of Eros – PJS
Expert Winner
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Urban Landscape – Shoykot Roy
Crowd 2nd | Expert 3rd
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Magical Urban Monochrome – Mohammed Al Janabi
Crowd 2nd | Expert Commended
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Digital Camera Photographer of the Year is back for 2019 with an amazing £30,000 prize fund up for grabs. This year the awards are free to enter thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, mpb.com and Affinity Photo.
This year the awards are completely free to enter, and photographers 25 years and younger can take part in both the main awards AND Young Photographer of the Year.
For the overall winner the judges will be looking for a standout photographer who has not only won a round (or several) but has also demonstrated a range of skills and visual awareness in different categories.
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Urban Landscape | Round 1
view all results at Photocrowd

Celebrating LensWork’s Silver Anniversary

We’re celebrating this milestone with a special anniversary issue featuring 88 images selected from our first 25 years!

Phil Borges – Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion
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Bruce Barnbaum – Cathedrals of Stone
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Lois Greenfield – Moving Still
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Eliseo Miciu – Tierra del Viento
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Hiroshi Watanaba – Kakubi Portraits
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Celebrating LensWork’s Silver Anniversary
more at LensWork

Green Gibraltar

Single entry award winners from the “Green Gibraltar” special award.
International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 12

Ernest Martinez – 1st Place
‘Passage to the Mediterranean Steps’
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Gerry Fagan – 2nd Place
‘Dandelion’
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Monica McMahon – 3rd Place
‘Early Morning Dew on White Narcissus’
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Ernest Martinez – Finalist
‘Blooming’
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Alexander Sanchez Soiza – Commended
‘A Measure of Tranquillity’
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Green Gibraltar
more at International Garden Photographer of the Year

Wild Exposures

Beverly and Dereck Joubert have dedicated their lives and imagery to expanding conservation of Africa’s threatened wildlife and habitats.
For three decades, award-winning Botswana-based filmmakers, National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence and wildlife conservationists Dereck and Beverly Joubert have focused their efforts on documenting and conserving Africa’s wildlife. They founded the Big Cats Initiative, which currently funds over 100 projects in 28 countries, with National Geographic in 2009. The program was established as an emergency action fund to come up with real conservation solutions to pressing problems surrounding these majestic felines and the alarming reduction in the lion population over the past 50 years—from 450,000 to just 20,000.

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Wild Exposures
By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Beverly Joubert
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Grand Imaging Award 2019 finalists named by Professional Photographers of America

Professional Photographers of America has announced the Grand Imaging Award finalists for 2019.

The 100 finalists’ images have been deemed the best of the 2018 PPA International Photographic Competition. The Grand Imaging Award finalists, 10 each in 10 categories, were selected from 5,200 entries judged by a panel of 32 jurors.

At Imaging USA 2019, the top three photographers in each category will receive awards, with one of the 10 first-place images taking the overall Grand Imaging Award and a $1,000 cash prize.
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Grand Imaging Award 2019 finalists named by Professional Photographers of America
See all the finalists’ images here