Photo Contest

December 20, 2023

Winners of the 2023 International Landscape Photographer of the Year Contest

Australian photographer Tony Hewitt and Canadian photographer Blake Randall won the top prizes at the 2023 International Landscape Photographer of the Year contest. Hewitt was named Landscape Photographer of the Year for his impressive portfolio, while Blake's single image of birch trees casting a reflection in the water was deemed the most impressive photo of the entire competition. There were over 4,000 entries to the contest, which is now in its 10th year.

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December 12, 2023

Remarkable Winners of the 2023 International Photography Awards

The 20th anniversary of the International Photography Awards (IPA) brings together a stunning collection of images from professional and amateur photographers around the world. Tens of thousands of images underwent a rigorous evaluation by an international panel of judges before winners were selected in diverse categories like People, Nature, Advertising, and Fine Art. While all the photographers created incredible imagery, two were singled out from the 22 category winners for special awards.

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December 4, 2023

Bird Landing on Bride’s Head Wins 2023 International Wedding Photographer of the Year Contest

A small bird coming in for a crash landing helped win Tara Lilly the title of International Wedding Photographer of the Year. The Canadian wedding photographer beat out over 300 of her peers to rise to the top of the competition. The precious image of a whiskey jack landing on the head of a bride is a lighthearted look at the couple's go-with-the-flow attitude during their wedding in Whistler, Canada.

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November 28, 2023

Landscape Photography Awards Rewards Authenticity in Photography

In a time when the public is increasingly skeptical about the veracity of what they see online, the Natural Landscape Photography Awards is a breath of fresh air. Thanks to a stringent set of requirements, you can rest assured that, in the case of this exceptional landscape photography, what you see is what you get. Entrants are not allowed to add, remove, or distort significant elements from their images.

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