2017 11 19 International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017

 

International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year wishes to celebrate the art and craft of landscape photography! They do this by collecting 101 of the best landscape photographs into a book – printed by Momento Pro, as well as rewarding the 'best' single photographs, and the 'best' portfolios of four photographs.

Competition chairman Peter Eastway says:

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award has matured with a look and a style that has been guided in part by our judges, and in part by the entrants. There's no doubt that our judges have strongly held views on what makes great photography, but equally we've invited judges who have a broad appreciation of photography. This cornucopia of ideas curates our wonderfully diverse collection of the top 101 landscape photographs, but it also makes choosing the best three photographers and the best three photographs very challenging.”

Competition closes November 12th, 2017, with late entries accepted until November 19th.

For further information please see our News item and visit the competition website.
 

This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Bill of Rights For Artists

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