The Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, now in its 10th year, displays an epic distillation of "the most beautiful and spectacular images of space and the cosmos," according to the Royal Observatory Greenwich, which hosts the contest. For this year's event, judges reviewed more than 4,200 entries from 91 countries before settling on 11 winning images.
A 48-year-old Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich captures a beautiful aquatic art portraying Siamese fighting fish (Betta Splendens) in a different way. Against stark contrasts of white and black backgrounds, he creates fantastic photos of these animals using crystalline aquariums, powerful lenses and spectacular lighting.
Jacob Riglin, 21, from Richmond in London, first became popular because of his stunning photos of London on his Instagram page, which doubled from 150,000 in less than a year! He is now being paid by luxury clients like Forbes and others to travel around the world and take all sorts of breathtaking pictures in many of the world’s marvelous famous tourist destinations. Also, Jacob is currently looking for a partner to join his team and travel together, so don’t miss out on this!
For this project, photographer Josephine Sittenfeld has recreated the portraits of her college classmates she took in 2000 when she was a junior at Princeton University. In 2017, at her fifteen-year college reunion, she created the “Reunion” project to show how differently her former classmates have aged.