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Sony World Photography Awards Announced


May 2020 issue News

One photo, one photographer, one nation. A whopping 190,000 images were submitted into the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards open competition, out of which judges selected a single winning image from each of 63 countries. These photos are a small sampling of those National Awards winners.Kiatthaworn Khorthawornwong, Thailand (top) Location: Lake Kawaguchiko, Japan Equipment: Sony a7S II, Sony FE 28mm F2 lens Photographer’s comments: “I waited and waited and waited until the sun shone... Continue Reading >

Heroes at Work: First Responder Photos Win Prize


April 2020 issue News

On assignment with the European Pressphoto Agency, Christian Monterrosa arrived at the scene of a wildfire in Sylmar, California, that later became known as the Saddleridge Fire. Arriving shortly after the blaze was announced over the radio, Monterrosa noticed a neighborhood perched on a ridge directly in the path of the oncoming flames. He parked his car in a safe place and walked to the homes. The engine crew from Santa Clarita was on site there and at the ready, he explains.“When... Continue Reading >

Helen Yancy honored with PPA Lifetime Achievement Award

December 2019 issue News

© Foster Yancy Helen Yancy is being honored with a PPA Lifetime Achievement Award.Say “Helen,” and many PPA members know who you’re referring to. A highly decorated member and longtime volunteer in many capacities, Helen Yancy, M.Photog.M.Artist.MEI.Hon.M.Photog.Cr., CPP, F-ASP, A-ASP, API, has another honor to accept. Next month at Imaging USA 2020, Yancy will be presented with the PPA Lifetime Achievement Award. Yancy is just the 17th photographer in the association’s 150-plus... Continue Reading >

2019 Drone Awards Photographer of the Year


10.25.2019 News

Polish photographer Jacek Deneka was named 2019 Drone Awards Photographer of the Year for this aerial shot of cross-country skiers at the Bieg Piastow Skiing Festival in Jakuszyce, Poland. The 2019 Drone Awards contest honored winners in six categories: abstract, nature, people, sport, wildlife, urban, and video.The contest’s more than 4,500 submissions were judged by 44 photographer jurors from 34 countries. A gallery of the winning images will be displayed at the “Sky’s the Limit”... Continue Reading >
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