Everything you can imagine is real was a quote originally by Pablo Picasso, but German artist Justin Peters feels it relates perfectly to his work. With some truly surreal photo manipulations he wants to open people’s eyes and discover a new and different world. [More]
Although only in its third year the Siena International Photo Awards has attracted huge participation from the photography community with over 50,000 entries from more than 160 countries, and some of the most stunning breathtaking photographs of 2017. [More]
Architecture is everywhere! It’s all around us in everyday life, and sometimes it’s a work of art. A housing estate, a lighthouse in the desert, a cycle track, and a bankrupt casino all feature among the images vying to be named Architecture Photograph of the Year 2017. [More]
In what is truly a unique competition, the winners of the British Photography Awards have been announced. A competition that not only showcases the best British photographic talent, but also raises money for charity. [More]
National Geographic has revealed the winning images in its acclaimed Travel Photographer of the Year competition, with the top prize being taken by a once in a lifetime shot dubbed ‘The Power Of Nature’. [More]
Now celebrating it’s 10th Anniversary the iPhone Photography Award winners have just been announced, and they feature some truly stunning images that could well prove that the best camera to have around just might be one you carry in your pocket every day.
In an age where putting a filter on a picture or photoshopping your results is the norm, sometimes, just sometimes you capture a picture in the raw that looks almost certainly like you have. Here’s a collection of stunning photos that haven’t been edited in the slightest.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water along comes the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition with some of the most stunning and captivating marine images you will ever see.
Istanbul based artist Aydin Buyuktas has turned Turkey upside down to form some surreal city landscapes. The set of images created for ‘Flatland’ show the country from a whole new angle……quite literally.
A bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most stunning architectural and natural wonders is the subject of ‘air‘, a photographic portfolio by New Zealand-based Amos Chapple and his Phantom drone.