The search for the
Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017
Entry for the eleventh annual Take a view Landscape Photographer of the Year Award is now open and entrants have until 8th July to submit their photographs of the British landscape. The Landscape Photographer of the Year is one of the world’s most exciting photography awards, founded by renowned landscape photographer, Charlie Waite. The competition is open to everyone, with a special class for those younger than 17, and each entrant can submit up to 25 photographs (small fees apply) across four categories. There is a prize fund worth £20,000, including £10,000 for the overall winner and additional special awards.
The Landscape Photographer of the Year is unique in that it celebrates the United Kingdom only, offering photographers worldwide an opportunity to showcase their images of Britain. From stark moorland to angular cityscapes, and from rocky coastlines to lush woodland, Britain’s remarkable landscape and volatile weather provide generous material to fire the imagination.
One of Britain’s best-loved photography awards, the competition showcases the best and most extraordinary British landscapes, and the enormous talent of intrepid photographers who love Britain.
As in previous years, an exhibition of shortlisted and winning entries will premiere in the late autumn. Previous locations for the annual showcase have included the National Theatre and London Waterloo Station. Shortlisted entrants will also be published in stunning coffee-table book Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 11, published by The AA, and described by The Times as a ‘coffee-table staple’.
Are you ready for this challenge?
Enter the competition now for your chance to win £ 10’000 and to be published! Discover more here.
You can follow the steps to enter here.
Good Luck Art-Lovers!