Congratulations to the winners of our Fall Adventures photo call. We saw some incredible work showing Fall Colors from around the world and after much deliberation, our judges were thrilled to honor three winners and three honorable mentions each. To see the photos, please expand the gallery below and enjoy! We’re so thrilled with this vibrant and idyllic set of pictures.
Winner – Christopher Stead, Forbidden Forest
Second – Matt Krah, Autumn Comfort
Third – Max Foster, Autumn Splendor
Viktoria Haack’s Honorable Mentions:
Honorable Mention – Bayley Stevenson, Banjo & His Human
Honorable Mention – Miles Morgan, Descendant
Honorable Mention – Sergey Savenko, Assol
Adam Mowery’s Honorable Mentions:
Honorable Mention – Zack Clothier, Doomsday
Honorable Mention -Sherwin Calaluan, Shaft of Light
Honorable Mention -Matt Meisenheimer, Red Towers
Josh Snow’s Honorable Mentions:
Honorable Mention – Connie McClaran, Oxbow Bend Fall Storm
Honorable Mention – Chris Ring, The Last Leaves of Autumn
Honorable Mention – Cari Stockdale, Salmon River
Congratulations to the winners of our The Great Outdoors photo call. We saw some incredible work from around the globe and settled, finally, winners and honorable mentions. To see the photos, please expand the gallery below and enjoy! We’re so thrilled with this beautiful and powerful set of pictures.
Winner – Markus van Hauten
Second – Joe Baumann
Third – John Haymore
Honorable Mention – Garret Weintrob
Honorable Mention – Nick Dale
Welcome to the PURSUE PICTURES Photo of The Week gallery, where we feature new selections from photographers who have truly captured something special. Our Photo of The Week gallery is open to new selections year-round and pays for publication to those who submit. Click on any of the thumbnails to enjoy and be inspired!
Congratulations to the winners of our People and Places photo call. We saw some incredible work from around the globe and settled, finally, on four finalists and twelve honorable mentions. To see the photos, please expand the gallery below and enjoy! We’re so thrilled with this beautiful and powerful set of pictures.
Our four winners are:
- PACU JAWI – by Mark Levitin
- THE RAMNAMI – by Debdatta Chakraborty
- DAUGHTER – by Alexander Kuzovkov
- AMOUR BONDING – by Somraj Sahu
The beauty of the outdoors. A striking sunset, a river rushing through a quiet valley, or even the view outside your back deck. Landscape photography is popular for the obvious reason that it captures something special in the colors, composition, and vastness of the great outdoors. In this gallery, we’ve curated photography featuring landscapes and the outdoors at its best: big, beautiful, and maybe even a little heart stopping.
The joy of spontaneity. There is nothing more satisfying than a good candid picture. The random snap of your finger can capture movement, mood, people, places, and even animals in the act of being interesting. The result is photography that is filled energy and is a picture with high narrative quality. Subjects are often unaware they are being photographed, so candid pictures tend to have an honesty and vulnerability that is harder to showcase in a staged photo. Humor, sadness, power, energy: candids have it all… and so does this gallery. Be inspired and enjoy!
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” ― Anatole France
Wildlife. One of photography’s favorite subjects. From the pets we share a home with, to the animals in zoos and those that still run wild, animals have been occupying a place in our picture frames — and our hearts — since images could be captured on film. They can be notoriously difficult to photograph, but when we get a good picture, especially one that showcases their depth, beauty, and humor, the result is memorable and powerful. Here we’ve curated a series of photos that feature perhaps our most beloved subject: animals.
Portraiture is as old as photography itself. This classic genre captures people in non-candid moments and usually focuses on the face. Each of us has taken thousands of portraits, self-portraits, and photographs of people over the years, but what makes a good portrait? Steve McCurry believes that a good portrait is about connectivity. When you connect with the person in the photograph, it reveals something about the viewer and the subject, an element of the human condition whether it be an emotion, age, or location. In this gallery we’ve curated a series of photographs with a core of connectivity behind them. Each is technically strong, and all of them are special. Get inspired… take a look!
“We usually see parts of ourselves in others, so a good portrait should say something about the human condition.” — Steve McCurry.