Wildlife Photo Contest Winners

A Royal Sunset
Grand Prize By Kelly Moran

“This photo was taken while on safari in the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. This majestic male was sleeping on top of the hill at sunset, while the rest of the Topi pride lounged below. He sat up for one quick moment, allowing me to take this photo before he fell asleep again.”
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS III USM. Exposure: 1/400 sec., ƒ/3.2, ISO 125.


Anhinga With Fish
Second Prize By Mitch Walters

“While walking back to my car at sunset, I spotted this lone, backlit anhinga diving and looking for food. Suddenly, the bird got ahold of a large fish, spearing it with its dagger-like beak. However, the fish was indeed a slippery one, constantly freeing itself from the bird, forcing the anhinga to dive repeatedly until it finally secured it. I was fortunate to capture a brief moment where the silhouetted predator and prey were facing one another, the fins of the fish glistening in the evening light, before the anhinga tossed the fish in the air and swallowed it whole.”
Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM at 400mm. Exposure: 1/3200 sec., ƒ/7.1, ISO 500.


Searching
Third Prize By Blaine Stauffe

“This photo was taken on my yearly trip to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. I have been going there for a few years every November during the rut to photograph the deer, bear and owls. It’s a great place to photograph wildlife; the deer are very tolerant of humans. This buck was keeping an eye on his doe in the brush in front of him.”
Nikon D500, AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR at 210mm (315mm equivalent). Exposure: 1/250 sec., ƒ/5.6, ISO 400.


Wildlife 2020 Photo Contest
via Outdoor Photographer


International Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

As our annual award grows with over 3800 entries this year, so does the range and diversity of subjects, locations and styles. Landscape photography is a powerful medium, even more so when we acknowledge the impact of climate change and our footprint on this Earth.

Kelvin Yuen

So, should landscape photography highlight the global challenges that lie ahead if we don’t change our ways, or is it an opportunity to create a landscape of the imagination, perhaps a better place to be?

Dipanjan Pal

Fortunately, there isn’t a single answer to this and similar questions and each photographer is entitled to follow their own path. All we’re looking for is an engaging image – and images that communicate something seem to gain more attention.

Gheorghe Popa

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award 2020 again presents 101 incredible landscape photographs with a truly international flavour, representing photographers and locations from all around the world.

Isabella Tabacchi

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award is curated and presented by Peter Eastway and David Evans. We hope you enjoy the results of the 2020 awards.

Vikki MacLoed

get the pdf at: International Landscape Photographer


Smithsonian Photo Contest Winners and Finalists

We are excited to announce the winners and finalists of the 17th annual Smithsonian magazine photo contest. The images were selected from more than 36,000 entries submitted by photographers hailing from 145 countries and territories.

From Jon Enoch’s Grand Prize-winning photo of a merchant’s unique display of fish to Terrell Groggins’ snapshot of boxers in the ring, they capture moments in time for Smithsonian readers around the globe.

Moraine Lake by Timo Heinz
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A Fish Seller Displays His Goods by Jon Enoch
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Home Survives Direct Hit From Tornado by Matt Gillespie
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Iceberg Tower by Natnattcha Chaturapitamorn
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Harvesting Water Lilies by Tuan Nguyen Tan
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Photo Contest Winners and Finalists
more at Smithsonian Magazine

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Photos de Femmes proudly announces the winners for seeingWOMEN 2020

Photos de Femmes wants to thank all of the photographers for their outstanding submissions. Congratulations to all our Winners and Honorable Mentions!

Alex Timmernans
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Susan Friedman
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Alex Timmernans
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Ryan Sumner
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Françoise Holtzmacher
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more Winners and Honorable Mentions
at: photos de femmes

A new way of looking at women. Powerful. Empowering. Diverse. Empathetic. Iconic. Unapologetic.

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Great Outdoors

The grand prize in the 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest goes to Richard Langer for the image, “Napali Storm”.

Sony a7R II, Sony FE 24-240mm f3.5-6.3 OSS at 24mm. Exposure: 1/1000 sec., ƒ/6.3, ISO 320.
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Second place in the 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest goes to Douglas Croft for the image, “River Bend”.

Nikon D7000, AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR. Exposure: 1/200 sec., ƒ/8, ISO 200.
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Third place in the 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest goes to Kelly Moran for the image, “Big Sky Country”.

Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM at 25mm. Exposure: 1/8000 sec., ƒ/3.2, ISO 100.
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Finalist Klaus Priebe

Nikon D810, Nikon 14-24mm lens at 16mm, Induro CT315 tripod, Arca Swiss ballhead, Really Right Stuff 60mm lever release clamp, Nikon remote trigger with mirror-up shooting. f/11, ISO 100.
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Finalist Jason Stewart

Canon EOS 5DS R, EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, Benro TMA48CXL Mach 3 9X Carbon Fiber, BENRO G3 Low Profile Ballhead with PU70 Plate. Exposure: 15 sec., f/14, ISO 100.
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more finalist of the 2019 Great Outdoors Photo Contest
at outdoor photographer

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