Landscape Photographer of the Year is a major, annual competition to find the UK’s Landscape Photographer of the Year. With a total prize fund worth £20,000, a full colour book of best entries and a popular annual exhibition in Central London, Landscape Photographer of the Year celebrates all that is great about the British landscape and showcases the work of many talented photographers, inspiring visitors to experience the joys of British landscapes at first hand. Britain’s heritage is celebrated by people around the world and entries are welcome from everyone, whether resident in Britain or simply visiting.
10 July 2016
Classic View, Living the View, Your View and Urban View.
The judges will choose the single best image from all four Adult categories. The photographer of this image will be awarded the prestigious title, ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016’ and £10,000.
For the images then judged to be the best in each of the four categories, there will be a prize of £1000.
For the images judged second in each of the four adult categories, there will be a prize of £500.
Single image: £10.00
Up to 7 images: £25.00
Up to 15 images: £30.00
Up to 25 images: £35.00
Youth Entry fees: Up to 20 images: flat rate of £5.00
Landscape Photographer of the Year is open to anyone. Photographs entered must be taken of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island, Isle of Man or Channel Islands. Entries must have been taken within five years. A maximum of 25 images per entrant may be submitted across the four main categories.