2022 was a unique year in World Photographic Cup history.
Team USA will compete for the 2022 World Photographic Cup.
More than 100 vie for the highest image honor from Professional Photographers of America.
The World Photographic Cup was founded in 2013 and pits teams of photographers from various nations against one another in friendly competition.
The winners of the 2020 World Photographic Cup have been announced: Team Brazil takes first place, Team USA takes second, and Team Malaysia takes third.
In light of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, judging for PPA's International Photographic Competition will be done virtually in 2020, and as usual, will be livestreamed.
A gallery of the winners and finalists in the 2020 Black & White Photo Competition of the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition
Yasuyoshi Chiba wins prestigious award for his image of non-violent protesters in the wake of a military massacre.
The Muñoz brothers—Tom, Mario, Marceliano, and Armando—are fourth-generation photographers whose great-grandfather started the business in Cuba over a century ago.
Portrait photographer Barbara MacFerrin creates unique works inspired by the old masters.
A sampling of the National Awards winners from the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.
Photographer Christian Monterrosa's photos of the Saddleridge Fire wins photo contest.
Photo gallery by Australian photographer Richard Wood showcases his surreal portraits, which he has honed through competition
New Zealand master photographer Richard Wood offers six tips for improving your photography
A photo gallery of the 2020 Diamond Photographer images from PPA's International Photographic Competition
The 2020 Team USA members have been announced for World Photographic Cup
Jacek Deneka selected as 2019 Drone Awards Photographer of the Year
The 2020 top 10 Grand Imaging Award photographs in the Illustrative & Commercial category