It’s the time of the year to make lists, and Flickr is no exception.
The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the winners of their Weather Photographer of the Year 2019.
There are some rather splendid photographs.
The Summer 2019 Audubon Photography Awards has some rather splendid bird photography.
At the NEC in Birmingham in March. See details.
The gallery of the winners of the 2018 Nikon Photomicrography competition can be viewed here. Fascinating stuff.
Adobe currently have an offer on their Lightroom + Photoshop subscription. It is usually £9.98 a month, but is only £8.32 if you sign up before the end of August.
We’ve talked about this photograph at meetings, but here is a deeper investigation into its history.
Prize Winning photo disqualified when anteater is revealed as a dead, stuffed animal.
Fancy a challenge? The British Journal of Photography has announced their Portrait of Britain Competition. Closing date is 1st May 2018.
Winners will have their work exhibited on JCDecaux screens nationwide, on bus stops, high streets and in train stations, as part of the biggest exhibition of contemporary portraiture ever held.
Your photograph will be seen by millions of people as they embark on their everyday journeys, brightening up their commutes and embedding your work in their consciousness. This career-changing exposure is unique to the scale of Portrait of Britain, which reaches across the length and breadth of the UK.