National Geographic's annual travel photography competition has kicked off, and is open for entries until 30 June 2017.
Eleanor Macnair uses Play-Doh to recreate photos of celebrities such as Tinie Tempah, Lily Cole and David Hockney.
Behind boarded-up windows and "No Trespass" signs lies a hidden world, slowly being claimed back by nature.
Held almost every year since 1854 – and now in its 160th edition – the RPS International Photography Exhibition is open to both amateur and professional photographers.
Panel puts forward 50 photographers who have graduated from a UK photography or lens-based media degree course in the last three years.
The RPS is issuing four funding opportunities available to support photographers across still photography and moving image.
Categories this year included a wide range of topics from Architecture to the Natural World, Portraiture and Landscape, with entries from from 183 countries.
The ten winning photographers were selected from over 227,000 entries, from 183 countries, with the judges looking for the best photographic series.
Regnier's series of portraits will be showing at the Bronx Documentary Center until 4 June 2017.
IBTimes UK exclusive: Payne Lindsey addresses the impact of true crime formats on police investigations.
Animal Liberation Tasmania launched petition against Hermann Nitsch 150.Action performance.
The slab has a swastika engraved on it and reads 'long live our leader'.
A selection of photographs, covering a variety of topics from current events to animals, weather and travel.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Unforgettable Behaviour is published by the Natural History Museum.
Photo London will be held at Somerset House from 18 -21 May 2017, showcasing work from the world's leading galleries.
The exhibition will be on show at Michael Hoppen Gallery, London from 6 April-20 May 2017.
Early Magnum: On & In New York combines classic 1950s images by Magnum members with archival pictures from its NYC office.
The first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie from Old Masters to today opens at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
Landscape and animal photos by award winners and finalists in the world's biggest photography competition.
FORMAT festival 2017 in Derby, will be showcasing the work of artists and photographers including Julia Fullerton-Batten, Sohrab Hura, Tom Hunter, and Lisa Barnard.