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The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘At the Beach’ Challenge

GuruShots, the "World's Greatest Photo Game," has announced the winners of its "At The Beach" challenge, which received thousands of entries and over 53.4 million votes. The "Top Photographer" winner of the contest is Amuhlh of the United States (whose photo is seen above).

36 Awe-Inspiring Sun, Moon, and Milky Way Photos of 2020

The popular outdoor photo planning app PhotoPills has picked 36 of the best Sun, Moon, and Milky Way photos captured by photographers in its community over the past year. If you need some photo inspiration and enjoy night sky shots, this is the gallery for you.

Photographing Bears in Finland

Photographing bears in Finland was an exciting and unforgettable experience that became one of the photographic highlights of a rather strange 2020. It’s hard to explain the feeling of having these massive animals at only an arm-length away; it’s simply something that must be experienced.

My Experience With My First Gallery Exhibition

I originally moved from the UK to New Zealand in search of a place that allows me to spread my artistic wings and really obtain that deeper level of natural landscape beauty. I ended up in Wellington, the national and artistic capital of NZ, where everything and anything goes.

The Winning Shots from Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019

Underwater Photographer of the Year has just announced the winners of its 2019 photo contest. Photographer Richard Barnden of the UK won both Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019 and British Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019 for his photo titled "The Gauntlet" (shown above).

The Winning Photos of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018

The Royal Observatory Greenwich prestigious Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest has unveiled the overall winners for the 2018 edition. The top prize was awarded to American photographer Brad Goldpaint, whose photo "Transport the Soul" (shown above) captures Moab, Utah, with a photographer, rock formations, Andromeda (left) and the Milky Way (right).