The Art Deco control room of a derelict Hungarian power station has been chosen by the public as the winner of the Art of Building photography competition.
A stunning image of a kingfisher diving into a river at such high speed that it seems to leave a motion trail behind it clinched the award for Spanish photographer Mario Cea.
Cape Party protesters deface Dean Hutton's controversial work at Cape Town's National Art Museum.
These sun-soaked, super-saturated cityscapes may look like illustrations – but they are photographs.
Now in its sixth year, the prestigious competition attracts the most compelling imagery in landscape, wildlife, nature, travel and adventure from around the planet.
World-renowned British photographer has been named recipient of the World Photography Organisation's Outstanding Contribution to Photography accolade.
The images will go on display at the The Bronx Documentary Center as part of a group exhibition involving 37 photojournalists.
Collection at London gallery captures the photographer's irony and humour.
As it is 14 metres under the surface of the water, the museum is accessible only to scuba divers and snorkelers.
Award-winning wildlife, landscape, travel and news photography from around the world.
Jack Taylor went to Carnival and somehow made ordinary people doing ordinary things look like flawlessly styled and posed tableaux.
Getty Images photojournalists from around the world tell IBTimes UK the stories behind some of the most widely-used images of the year.
Open to both professional and amateur photographers, the contest showcases the best photography of the built environment.
The man who built Centre Point leaves £387m to bequeath fine art collection to the nation.
An underwater photo of sardine migration on the Wild Coast of South Africa has been selected from thousands of entries as the grand prize winner of the 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest.
The auction house denies the claims and insists it assesses works thoroughly before sale.
Kuwait: A Desert on Fire, sees Sebastião Salgado's travel closely with firefighters in one of the worst environmental disasters in living memory.
There is just one month left to enter the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.
The photos will be shown in an open-air exhibition as part of Amnesty International's I Welcome campaign and mark the lead up to Magnum Photos' 70th anniversary.
The event will also include Chim's current exhibition Children's World, which is showing at the Magnum Print Room in London.