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Photography is the art of reduction: Pulling out a simple beauty from a complex world The Malaysian travel photographer Chee Keong Lim was annouced “B&W CHILD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2015” and won the Grand Prize of $1000. He is an artist guided by a clear vision: to present nature and human nature with all honesty. Mar. 11, 2016
Beyond visible: Infrared fantasies Australian photographer Luke Tscharke is a passionate landscape and nature photographer based in Sydney, Australia. He has been striving to create memorable natural landscape images from locations across Australia and other parts of the world. Mar. 09, 2016
Exploration on photojournalism would never stop The Beijing News reporter Chen Jie has been awarded third prize in the General News singles category of the 59th World Press Photo competition for "Tianjin Explosion," an aerial shot portraying the destruction after an explosion in the city. Feb. 23, 2016
Out of the blue ​A picture entitled ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’ of a turtle breaking the surface of the ocean, as it surfaced to breathe—has been named the winner of “Out of the Blue”, a photography competition designed to inspire people to protect the marine world. Feb. 18, 2016
The one chasing storms James Smart from Melbourne has won the top prize for the National Geographic 2015 Photo Contest with the captivating photo of an unusual tornado sucking up dirt near Simla, Colorado, in the U.S. Jan. 27, 2016
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Marsel van Oosten has been confirmed as the overall winner of the 2015 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards (TPOTY). The Dutch photographer beat entrants from over 110 countries to scoop the top prize and the title of Travel Photographer o Jan. 07, 2016
Inside the Tower of David “Tower of David” was Alejandro Cegarra's first big project, through which he showed the tower’s occupants and the lives they were able to build in the decrepit high-rise. Dec. 09, 2015
A photo is a capsule which contains my own sentiments Maksim Dondyuk is a 31-year-old Ukrainian photographer. He rose to fame because of his project dedicated to the tuberculosis pandemic that he worked on for two years, and he has been announced as the overall winner of Professional category in Fine Art Pho Nov. 27, 2015
Twisted cityspace and condensed reality Murat Germen is regarded as one of the most important representatives of contemporary photography in Turkey. He is an obsessive urban photographer, a free-minded guy who uses photography as a research tool on cities’ metamorphoses. His challenging visual Nov. 16, 2015
An uninvited guest in the backyard Many wildlife photographers love to travel to far-off places to capture animals the rest of us rarely see. But as Richard Peters proves, you don't even have to leave home to create amazing photographs and win big prizes. Nov. 04, 2015
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