Two Vietnamese photographers are among the winners of the Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) 2021.
“Fishing in the Mangrove Forest” by Pham Huu Trung won the first prize in the “People” category of the 2021 Drone Photo Awards.
The daily life of Vietnamese families in the Czech Republic is featured at an exhibition in Plzeň City that is located nearly 80km from Prague.
Vietnam has won two honourable mention certificates in the print and digital categories at the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP)’s 29th Colour Biennial 2021, announced the Vietnam Association of Photographic Artists (VAPA).
Over the past year and a half, people across the world have found various ways to try and inspire themselves and others to get through the tough times and isolation of social distancing.
A photograph depicting an aerial scene of fishermen casting their nets on the sea taken by Vietnamese photographer Nguyen Phuoc Hoai has been won the Merit Award at the All About Photo Awards 2021.
Each year news organisation Reuters releases a collection of mind-boggling images, the photos from this year include a number of bizarre snaps, with a Vietnamese old man with hair that stretches for five metres among them.
In recent years, Hai Phong's photography movement has become vibrant with the establishment of dozens of clubs, gathering hundreds of photo lovers.
A photograph featuring Phu My bridge, the highest bridge in Ho Chi Minh City, has been listed among the Top 50 in the Built Environment / Architecture category of the Open Award’s at the EPSON International Pano Awards 2020.
Photographer Phan Thi Khanh has won international and domestic prizes although she only got into photography in 2017.
French photographer Réhahn Croquevielle has impressed the world after capturing a range of stunning photos that depict the daily lives of Vietnamese people.
A photo collection highlighting the hardships facing salt workers in the central province of Phu Yen has won the highest prize at the 2020 Heritage Journey Photography Contest.
A professional organisation that protects the right of local photographers is badly needed as copyright infringement of photos has become increasingly sophisticated, experts have said.
The HCM City Photography Artist Association (HOPA) is preparing for its 8th congress.