Pablo Albarenga (Uruguay) has been named Photographer of the Year at the Sony World Photography Awards, taking home the US$25,000 prize for his series, 'Seeds of Resistance'. Read on to see to the work of the other category winners.

Entries are now open for the $30,000 Bowness Photography Prize. The deadline is 8 July.

Ian Bickerstaff's 10-year project, 'Sanctuary', win's the People's Choice award for most loved exhibition.

The call for entries for the 2020 Travel Photographer of the Year Awards have recently opened. Due to COVID-19, entries made during June are 50% off.

Join the Ballarat International Foto Biennale for their Yellow Dot Fundraiser, taking place on 17 June.

Peak Design has donated all profits from the successful 4-day launch of its Travel Tripod to the CDC Foundation and Climate Neutral.

The call for entries for the 32nd annual Heritage Bank Photographic Awards is now open. The year, there is $50,000 up for grabs.

Getty Images' Creative Bursary offers artists US$2,000 and are open to anyone who is using this time to break through creative boundaries and create inspiring work.

The winners and finalists of the 2020 Pulitzer Prizes have just been announced.

We can now finally reveal the overall winner of the region’s greatest search for the next generation of the best emerging talent. Australasia's Top Emerging Photographer 2020 also won the Travel category.

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Winners of the 2020 Head On Photo Awards were recently announced across three category: Portrait, Landscape, and Student. The annual awards offer a prize pool of $70,000 to professional and amateur photographers.

The call for entries for the 11th annual Epson International Pano Awards are now open.

Getty Images launches Reportage Grants centred around COVID-19-related stories. $40,000 in grants will be shared among eight photographers.

NYPD officers confiscate drone of renowned National Geographic photographer documenting mass graves on New York's Hart Island.

A celebration of wildlife and wildlife photography, the New Big 5 project is calling on people to vote on the New Big 5 website for the 5 animals they want to be included in the New Big 5 of Wildlife Photography.