Garden Photography Exhibition
View the winning entries from the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 2009 displayed in an outdoor gallery
The International Garden Photography of the Year annual exhibition runs from May to autumn each year at Kew Gardens and then travels to other venues in the UK.
Come and see this fantastic exhibition featuring the winning entries of garden, wildlife and botanical photography bringing together the very best amateur and professional garden photographers from all over the world.
Walk amongst over 100 enlarged photographs and admire the photographic skill, composition, stunning colours and wonderful garden shots all displayed in an outdoor gallery located near the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Art. There will be seven categories: Plant Portraits, Garden Views, Wildlife in the Garden, People in the Garden, Wildflowers, Trees and 4 Seasons.
Garden Photography Competition
The International Garden Photographer of the Year competition attracts an average of 20,000 entries a year from all over the world and from photographers of all levels of experience. It could be your photograph on display to the public next year!
Why not enter the photography competition? The competition is open to everyone, amateurs and professionals alike. Entries are judged each year by some of the world's leading photographers and editors. It offers cash and other prizes as well as a place in the prestigious exhibition and accompanying book.
For more information on entering, please visit www.igpoty.com
New Competition: Best images for Kew Gardens and Wakehurst Place
IGPOTY has launched two new awards for Competition 4.
- Best Image at Kew Gardens
- Best Image at Wakehurst Place
IGPOTY are looking for inspiring photographs taken at Kew Gardens and at Wakehurst Place. Your photographs can be entered into any category, from Wildlife to trees or from Garden Views to a beautiful bloom.
How to enter photographs for the new award:
Simply enter the competition in the normal way - in any category - portfolio or single image. Make sure you note in the caption that your photograph was taken at Kew Gardens or Wakehurst Place. Please click here to enter and for more information.
Deadline: November 30th 2010.
PRIZES – Two prizes will be awarded – one for Kew Gardens and one for Wakehurst Place.
One year's free membership of Kew Gardens
Copy of book ‘Better Plant and Garden Photography’ by Philip Smith
Your photograph exhibited at Kew and at Wakehurst Place from May 2011
Your photograph included in the book ‘International Garden Photographer of the Year Collection 4’- to be published 2011
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