To overcome lockdown boredom, snapper Monika Stpiczyńska decided to take a virtual tour around Poland using Google street view. What she found was an incredibly candid presentation of everyday life in cities, towns, and villages.
The incredible photograph taken by biologist Marek Miś won over the hearts of the jury who praised his water flea pic for its technical proficiency and beautiful palette of colours.
Wiercigroch has travelled from Bali to the Beskid Mountains to document the culture and art of cooking.
After spotting a folder among the rubbish bins by his building, a man called Jan took it home where he discovered that it contains black-and-white photos of two neighbourhoods in northern Warsaw, Bielany and Żoliborz, from the 1960s.
The photos by prolific photojournalist Władysław Orłowski covering a wide breadth of everyday topics, depicting everything from children playing to fashionable locals quenching their thirst at summertime refreshment stalls, offer a captivating snapshot of everyday life during the PRL period.
The BBC’s 41-year-old meteorologist from Gdańsk who is a fave of the British public for his programmes about Polish food and stunning artwork, has now sent Twitter wild with his lockdown hair.
In their ongoing project “Waiting for the Snow”, cousins Katarzyna and Marianne Wasowska offer an intimate portrait of Poles who emigrated to Brazil and Argentina, where there is also a sizeable diaspora.
Poles saw off intense completion to scoop a number of prizes at Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award.
Lawyer by day, snapper by night, Maciej Przemyk’s photos of his neighbourhood living through the coronavirus pandemic have become such a hit they have now appeared in the online edition of Polish "Vogue".
Polish photographer Tomek Kaczor won first prize in the Portrait of the Year category of the 2020 World Press Photo competition for his photo 'Awakening,' it was announced on Thursday.