Wildlife photographers and animal enthusiasts with a shared passion for photography now have the opportunity to put their passions to a good cause and potentially win up to £10,000!
The Zoological Society of London’s third annual ZSL Animal Photography Prize is now open and accepting entries from photographers all over the world.
There are lots of photography competitions out there, but few are as special as the opportunity we’re offering Digital Camera World readers.
We’ve partnered with the international sight-saving charity ORBIS to offer one lucky Digital Camera World reader the opportunity to put everything you’ve learned in our popular Shoot Like A Pro series to the test and do something truly meaningful with your photography.
The winners of the 2012 National Geographic Photography Contest have been named. Take a look at their spectacular entries.
To celebrate that Digital Camera’s iPad edition now comes with all the videos from the magazine’s video disc, we’ve decided to run a competition to give away an iPad 3 and a free 12-month subscription to the iPad/iPhone edition of one of four fantastic photography magazines!
Winners of the International Garden Photographer of the Year 2011 competition.
To celebrate the launch of Digital Camera’s special Portrait Photography: The Ultimate Guide to Better People Photos, we ran a competition on our Facebook page asking people to submit their best portrait photography to our wall.
Nikon is offering Digital Camera readers the opportunity to win a Nikon V1 body, plus the 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 lens – a kit which retails for around £829.99.
For a chance at winning a fabulous new Nikon V1 + 10-30mm lens kit all you have to do is visit us at the Focus On Imaging show. Come by the Digital Camera stand at E42 and say hello. We’ll scan your entry badge, and your name will go into a draw. It’s that simple!
British wildlife photographers have a chance to win a cash prize of £5,000 and their work showcased in a national touring photography exhibition as the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2012 kick off.
With an overall prize fund worth £20,000, entries have now opened for the 2012 competition. Winners and commended entrants will have their work showcased in a national touring exhibition, as well as reproduced in a book published by AA Publishing.
The votes are in, and the World Press Photo of the Year 2011 award goes to Samuel Aranda from Spain.
Aranda, who was on assignment for The New York Times in Yemen, shot his image of a woman holding a wounded relative in her arms during clashes in Sanaa, Yemen, on 15 October 2011. The woman was inside a mosque being used as a field hospital by demonstrators who were clashing against the rule of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
The World Photography Organisation has revealed its shortlist for the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards.
Billed by organisers as the “global photographic event of the year,” the Sony World Photography Awards 2012 competition has recorded more than 112,000 entries from 171 countries, with the shortlisted images depicting a range of stories of extraordinary lives from around the world.