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Network Rail Award Winner takes to the skies

26th June 2014

David Cation & Network Rail helicopter

 

Yesterday saw the 2013 Network Rail 'Lines in the Landscape' Award winner, David Cation take to the skies in the Network Rail inspection helicopter.

David won a unique opportunity to join the inspection team as they flew over Falkirk and Edinburgh. The weather was good and David had the perfect opportunity to photograph the stunning landscape while the inspection team were going about their work monitoring Britain's tracks. You can see some of the results on David's flickr page

Could you be this year's winner?

Picture courtesy of Network Rail & David Cation (www.davidcation.com)

       
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Charlie Waite in the British Countryside

9th June 2014

We've been working on a short film to introduce the Awards to photographers in the UK & overseas. There's a bit of background information, footage of Awards' founder, Charlie Waite out enjoying the British countryside and some pictures from previous successful entrants.

It is only a couple of minutes long, so we hope you watch it. You can find it on both YouTube and Vimeo

Thanks to film-maker, Nuno Dias for the footage and all the post-production work.

 

LPOTY short film by Nuno Dias

       
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Amateur Photographer magazine talks to previous winners

9th June 2014

Amateur Photographer Cover June 2014

 

There is a great feature on the Awards in this week's Amateur Photographer magazine (cover date: 14th June).

You can see the thoughts of six Awards' entrants who have been successful in previous years and read about the cameras they used to take their winning pictures.

The contributors are: Paul Arthur, Susan Brown, Adam Burton, Ian Cameron, Steve Gray and Bob McCallion. Adam and Ian are the only two photographers who have had images in all seven of the Awards books to date.

The magazine is in the shops now but if you'd rather have a digital edition, you can buy one here.

 

       
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Radio star, Tony Bennett - our 2013 Winner

9th June 2014

 

Those of you listening to the Saturday Live programme on BBC Radio 4 on the 7th June will have heard the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013, Tony Bennett, talking to presenter, Richard Coles about landscape photography and the competition.

For those that missed it, you can find it on BBC iPlayer.

Tony will be popping up again on local radio - he is scheduled to be on BBC Radio Cumbria on Friday (1.30pm) and BBC Radio Derby (2.15pm) - so barring any last minute changes, do listen out for him then.


 

Crummock Water by Tony Bennett

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Time zone clarification

20th May 2014

Just to let you know about a minor clarification to our terms and conditions. The closing date was stated as being MIDNIGHT on the 11th July 2014 but has been amended to MIDNIGHT (British Summer Time) on the 11th July 2014.

 

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Win a Fujifilm X100s - the prize for The Sunday Times Magazine's Choice this year

15th May 2014

Fancy winning a Fujifilm X100s with the brand new Tele Conversion lens?

That’s the fantastic prize that our supporters Fujifilm are giving to the winner

of The Sunday Times Magazine’s Choice this year.

The Sunday Times Magazine has been supporting the Awards since the beginning and will again be the first to show a selection from this year's winners in the autumn.

The beautifully designed FujiFilm X100s is the latest evolution of the very successful X100 and has all the advantages of its illustrious predecessor plus the introduction of a higher-definition Hybrid Viewfinder and a new sensor and processor. Also included in the prize is the just-released Tele Conversion Lens, specifically designed for the camera, which delivers an angle of view similar to that of the human eye. Its versatile focal length has a minimum of 14cm – perfect for close-up details & a great inspiration to creativity. In all, a fantastic prize worth over £1200.


 

Fujifilm X100s

       
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Welcome to VisitBritain & Countryside is GREAT

27th April 2014

VisitBritain & Countryside is GREAT logos


 

The 2014 Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards are being held in association with VisitBritain & Countryside is GREAT and we'd like to say a very big thank you to them for making the Awards happen. VisitBritain has supported us since the beginning and we are delighted to be working with them more closely this year.

The Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards are now featured in newspapers and magazines all over the world, from Australia to the United States and we hope they help to inspire visitors to come to the UK and experience our wonderful landscapes at first hand - as well as spreading the word about landscape photography and the talented photographers that enter the competition.

 

       
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Countryside is GREAT Award - New for 2014

27th April 2014

VB Countryside Lovewall


 

We have an exciting new award for 2014 - a special award from Countryside is GREAT.

The judges will be looking for the one picture that they feel encapsulates Britain at its best. They will be looking for a powerful, carefully composed image which will inspire those who view it to explore the length and breadth of Britain.

The GREAT vision is to get the world thinking and feeling differently about Britain so that we are seen as a vibrant, inspiring and innovative place to visit.

You can visit their 'Love Countryside' wall here.

       
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Charlie Waite's prize workshop for our young 2013 winners

16th April 2014

 

Charlie really enjoyed meeting the young winners from our 2013 competition last week when he led their prize workshop down in Dorset....(L-R) Oliver, Charlotte, Charlie, Chris & Jake.

Oliver Curtis - Winner, Your view

Charlotte Burton - Winner, Living the view & Urban view

Chris Page - Young Landscape Photographer of the Year

Jake Pike - Winner, Classic view

Charlie Waite with young 2013 winners
     
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Last chance to see 'Lines in the Landscape' exhibition at the National Railway Museum

27th April 2014
 

National Railway Museum by DL


 

Seems like only yesterday that we were at the opening of the 'Lines in the Landscape' exhibition at the fantastic National Railway Museum in York but it was actually last November - not sure where the time goes.

This means you have just one week left to see the exhibition before it closes on May 5th 2014.

Just to remind you.... Entry is free and you can see all the images from the four years of the Network Rail 'Lines in the Landscape Award in print for the first time.

Photo shows Charlie just before the exhibition opened.

Find out more here.

       
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See video of 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' awards night 2013

10th January 2014

 

Thanks to Ben Harvey of The Difference Engine who has produced a short video of our eighth annual Awards night at the National Theatre last Autumn. You can see the result here.

All the stills photography was done by Paul Mellor and, to the left, you can see one of his images of the projection that took place on the opening night, when all the winning and commended images were seen on the outside of the Theatre at over 30 feet across. They all looked stunning.

A great way to have your name in lights.

Photo: Paul Mellor

National Theatre by Paul Mellor
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