Earth Photo 2019

Earth Photo is an innovative competition and exhibition developed jointly by Forestry England and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) which reflects the organisations’ common interest in enabling a better understanding of the world around us through the complementary disciplines of the Environment and Geography.

Mark Benham, ‘Forest of the Crosses #5’
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Elisabetta Zavoli,,’The Landfill Midwife’
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Luke, Brown,, ‘Abernethy Forest’
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Sue Flood, ‘Nenets Camp’
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Mark Phoenix, ‘The High Street, Kompong Phluk Floating Village’
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Photographers, both amateur and professional, were invited to submit up to ten photographs or films to Earth Photo, an international photography competition and exhibition. Developed jointly by Forestry England and the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Earth Photo aims to stimulate conversations about our world, its inhabitants and our treatment of both.

more at earth photo

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Art of photography

Art of photography competition from 35photo

Frozen
by Денис Клеро
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Picasso
by Матросова Даша
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после нас тишина…
by Гуляев Виталий
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Spider woman
by MIO photography
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ЗИМА
by Пшеннов Михаил
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Art of photography
more at 35photo

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The Big Picture

The Big Picture Photography Competition from The Telegraph

Edinburgh, viewed from Calton Hill, aglow at sunset.
Photography by Mustafa Kheraluwala
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A train steaming over Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire
Photography by Catherine Ogden
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Colourful crossroads in Havana, Cuba
Photography by Lucy Higgins
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Lake Windermere at dawn
Photography by Les Fitton
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A fisherman in Sri Lanka
Photography by Ian Lewry
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The Big Picture
Enter our weekly travel photography competition for the chance to win a £250 Trailfinders holiday voucher. Send your picture, which must be at least 1Mb in size, along with a brief description, your name, address, telephone number, the date and location of the photo to thebigpicture@telegraph.co.uk.

more at The Telegraph

From the World Photographic Cup

The WPC was founded in 2013 as a cooperative effort by The Federation of European Photographers (FEP) and Professional Photographers of America (PPA). Its singular goal is to unite photographers in a spirit of friendship and cooperation. A Governing Committee has been created to conduct the ongoing affairs of the competition, also supported by UAPP (United Asian Professional Photography) and AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography). The brotherhood and sisterhood of photography is a bond that transcends language, culture, and geography. That’s the foundation behind the World Photographic Cup, an one of a kind international team competition. Sure, there are lots of other competitions, but there is just one World Photographic Cup.

Andy Cheung, Australia
Reportage / Photojournalism – 10th Place
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EngTong Tan, Malaysia
Nature (Landscape and Wildlife) – Gold Medal
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Jun Matsuoka, Japan
Wedding – 6th Place
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Erich Caparas, United States
Portrait – Silver Medal
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Paul Wright, Canada
Reportage / Photojournalism – Bronze Medal
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Angela Miller, Australia
Commercial – 10th Place
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Dan McClanahan, United States
Nature (Landscape and Wildlife) – Bronze Medal
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Vincent O’Byrne, Ireland
Illustration / Digital Art – Bronze Medal
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Onni Wiljami Kinnunen, Finland
Commercial – Gold Medal
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The World Photographic Cup

Wildlife Worldwide Photography Competition 2018

We are delighted to announce that the first ever Wildlife Worldwide Photography Competition is now open for entries.

This new competition is FREE to enter and open to everyone. There are three different categories to enter, each with its own focus: Wildlife Portraits — Animal Action — Wildlife Portfolio
The winner of each category will win a fantastic prize from one of our sponsors, with the overall winner picked from one of the three category winners.

The Main Prize
A 5-day photography trip to Slovenia’s Dinaric Alps to photograph brown bear…

The overall winner of the competition will win a trip to Slovenia to photograph bears, while staying in a comfortable guesthouse in the Dinaric Alps. This 5-day trip will allow you to build a stunning portfolio of images from a range of purpose-built hides in the beautiful surrounds of the Notransjka region in southern Slovenia.

Closing date:
You have until 11.59 pm GMT on Friday 30th November 2018 to enter.

Enter at Wildlife Worldwide Photography Competition