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The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards, one of the world's leading photography competitions, are now open for entries.
Over a 40-year career, Martin Parr has used humorous details to highlight a sense of hopelessness in British society.
Spectacular space images from the winners of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 competition.
After the popular and critical success of his first book, Soviet Bus Stops, Herwig has returned to the former Soviet Union to hunt for more.
The stock includes a variety of period costumes such as doublets, cloaks, helmets, uniforms, codpieces and bum rolls.
A snarling tiger cub, playful brown bears and a tiny seahorse clinging to a cotton bud are among the beautiful photos on this year's shortlist.
Dan Ziskie's first book, Cloud Chamber, features photographs taken on the streets of Manhattan between 2013 and 2016.
The five winning projects cover a wide range of topics, from the deepening crisis in Venezuela to sperm smuggling in Gaza.
Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen has travelled the world tracking down men who claim to be the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Paola Ismene from Mexico, whose entry Daydream in Blue was chosen from among more than 9,000 entries, will be awarded a solo exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.
Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, died after breaking through layers of security and running into the flames as the event's titular effigy burned.
Photos of Burning Man's art installations, temples and mutant vehicles in desert dust storms look like surrealist paintings by Salvador Dali.
Princess Diana was the most photographed woman in the world, yet some images of her have rarely been seen.
Her life was lived in the spotlight, soundtracked by the click and whirr of a million cameras.
The latest issue of Time Magazine, The Economist, The New Yorker, Stern and Der Spiegel all reference Trump's handling of Charlottesville.