If, like us, you check the latest entries to the PDN Photo Annual regularly, you’ve seen that a tremendous volume of entries have come in today. In fact, the volume just in the last 5 hours has been huge. So here’s the good news: The PDN Photo Annual Web site remains open for submissions through Monday February 27 at midnight PST.
Submissions are going smoothly. If you have technical questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The tech folks will be answering them on Monday.
Thanks and good luck.
South African photojournalist Brent Stirton’s grisly image of a de-horned black rhinoceros, killed by poachers in South Africa’s Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, won him Wildlife Photographer of the Year honors in the annual competition sponsored by the Natural History Museum, London. Stirton was honored Wednesday evening in a ceremony at the Natural History Museum. His image... More ›
German photographer Andrea Grützner has been awarded the €10,000 ($11,848.50 USD) Jury Prize of the 2017 ING Unseen Talent Award. Robin Lopvet has won the Public Prize, which comes with a commission to create new work for the ING Collection. The three finalists for the awards are Belgium photographer Tom Callemin, UK-based photographer Alexandra Lethbridge... More ›
Sharafat Ali has won the 2017 Ian Parry Scholarship, the board of the scholarship program announced yesterday. Ali, who is based in Kashmir and covers conflict, politics, faith and daily life in the region, won the Award for Achievement for his work on anti-India protests in the region. Ali and three other finalists will receive cash awards of... More ›