With a top prize of $120,000 and a total prize fund of $400,000, now is the time to enter your work into the HIPA photo contest
Five stunning winning images have been chosen in the British Heart Foundation’s landscape photography competition
Come to our stand at Future Publishing and you could be in with a chance of winning a Samsung Galaxy GC100 Camera.
National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen has won the Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2012 grand prize for his image of emperor penguins.
We’ve teamed up with our friends from WildPhotos and the Wildscreen Festival to offer you a chance to check out these two great events absolutely free. Each event features some of the world’s best nature photographers, including Canon professional photographers: Pete Cairns, Nick Cobbing, Charlie Hamilton James, Steve Winter, Christian Ziegler, Zhinong Xi, and PhotoPlus regular contributor Mark Hamblin.
To celebrate their launch, new magazine Photography Week are giving you the opportunity to win a 16GB, Wi-Fi enabled, retina display iPad plus an annual subscription to Photography Week!
PhotoPlus is running a competition to win an iPad 3 plus a free 12-month subscription to one of four photography titles of your choice! Find out how you can enter…
As it’s going to be a beautiful sunny weekend we thought we’d set you a 2 day shooting challenge!
We want you to take a photo this weekend that conveys the word ‘Summer’. You can be creative with how you approach the theme. Think about location settings and objects you can use to capture the theme.
To enter send you summer image to firstname.lastname@example.org with ’2 day challenge’ in the subject heading. Only one entry per person. A winner will be selected and notified on Monday morning and and will receive a PhotoPlus 50 Photoshop Elements Video Lesson disc worth £20!
Good luck to you all and get shooting!
We ran a fantastic competition in issue 59 of PhotoPlus to win a Canon EOS 60D and 18-55mm kit lens, plus three Buffalo LinkStation Pro Quad network attached storage devices! We asked you to submit your images with the theme ‘Beasts of Burden’, and had a brilliant response…
The first PhotoPlus Photo of the Month competition has been judged, and the winner is Lorenzo Baldini from Bologna Italy. We love this very different take on a popular tourist hotspot. Shot with a Canon EOS 350D and kit lens, and with a toy camera effect applied in Photoshop, it just goes to show that you don’t need an expensive camera – or tilt-shift lens – to produce such a creative and eye-catching photograph. Congratulations Lorenzo, your prize is on its way!