The 12th Landscape Photographer of the Year contest is open for entries
The competition for the twelfth Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year is now open for entries. Founded by renowned landscape photographer, Charlie Waite, the competition celebrates UK landscapes only but anyone across the globe can enter.
There are categories for urban views, landscapes with people, close- up details and conceptual landscapes, as well as more classic views – so there is plenty of scope for your imagination. Key supporter and exhibition host Network Rail will once again present the ‘Lines in the Landscape’ award for the best image of the
contemporary rail network shown within its landscape setting. This evocative image of Ribblehead Viaduct was ‘painted’ with light using a 1500-lumen torch and was taken by Robert France. It was highly commended in the Network Rail category last year and can be seen on tour at main rail stations nationwide until mid-July.
Entrants have until 7 July to enter the 2018 Awards by submitting their photographs of the British landscape. The prize fund is worth £20,000, with £10,000 for the overall winner. Find out more at the website www.take-a-view.co.uk.