Photography Competition Pictures
The winners of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) science photography competition.
Judges have chosen the best photos from 60 countries. Which is your favourite?
You can help choose the winner of the Smithsonian Photo Contest Readers' Choice Award.
We present a selection of images from the Open shortlist in the world's biggest photography competition.
We present a selection of images from the Professional shortlist in the world's biggest photography competition.
A moonlit image of refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary has been selected as the World Press photo of the year.
A round-up of the winners of the year's biggest and best photography competitions.
James Smart's photo of a tornado has won the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest.
A gallery of some of the year's best travel photography from around the globe.
There are just days left to enter the world's largest photography competition.
Winners of an aerial photography contest launched by Dronestagram, the Instagram for drones.
An underwater photo of tadpoles silhouetted against the sky has won a science photography competition.
With just a few weeks left to enter the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards, we present a selection of early submissions.
The jury has narrowed down more than 42,000 entries to a shortlist of 25 images. Which one captures your imagination?
The best photos captured by British soldiers on service in Afghanistan and in parade back home.
Australian high school teacher and former beekeeper captures dandelion pollen grains on a honey bee's eye.
Bloody photo of a fight between a red fox and an Arctic fox wins this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Winners of this year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year award from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Now in their sixth year, the awards recognise photographers working in Britain and highlight the diversity of our wildlife.
Wrestling Komodo dragons, a shark-repellent surfboard and a concerned gorilla are among the finalists in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015.