The Landscape Photographer of the Year competition
The Landscape Photographer of the Year competition was founded in 2006 by Charlie Waite, one of today’s most respected landscape photographers.

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.

The annual exhibition attracts many thousands of visitors. Held at the National Theatre for seven years, it became one of the venue’s most popular exhibitions before moving to London Waterloo, the busiest station in the country, in 2014. The first show of its kind to be held at the station, the exhibition has become a focal point for many of the quarter of a million visitors that pass through each day.

TOG Says …

“We’re thrilled to be a partner with ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year’. Their amazing imagery helps to reflect the incredible natural beauty across the whole of the UK.”

Landscape Photographer Of The Year 2020

Landscape Photographer Of The Year will be open for entries 15 January – 5 April 2020.

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

The Landscape Photographer of the Year Award ceremony was held on Monday 21st November at London …

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