Welcome to the Urban Photographer of the Year competition 2015, now open for entries. Established in 2008 the competition is the largest of its kind; receiving over 11,500 entries from 79 countries across the globe in 2014.
The theme for the competition is ‘Cities at Work’ through which you are challenged to alter perceptions of daily life in urban environments. The contest is free to enter and you can submit up to 24 images; each one representing an hour of the day. For every entry in the Urban Photographer of the Year competition, CBRE will make a donation to leading children’s development charity, Plan International.
31 July 2015
The competition tells the story of the urban environment through the theme ‘Cities at Work’ and how these environments change as you move through the 24 hours in a day. Photos do not have to be taken on the same day and photos do not have to be entered exactly in the hour that they were taken (allowing flexibility if you have 2 or more great shots from the same hour).
Overall winner of the Urban Photographer of the Year competition will receive a photography trip of a lifetime.
Open only to individuals 13 years of age or older as of date of entry. The competition is open to professional and amateur photographers, however, the entrant must be the sole author and owner of the copyright and all other rights in all images.