Date for the diary: Travel Photographer of the Year Exhibition

On Friday the Royal Geographical Society gallery opened its doors to the travel photographer of the year exhibition, displaying over 200 stunning images from all around the world. Situated near to Hyde Park, the exhibition is free to enter and runs till 18th August with two evenings in conversation with renowned photographers, starting with wildlife photographer Andy Rouse on Wednesday evening (17th July). It’s the perfect opportunity to get some sage advice from the bigwigs of photography, browse some great work and maybe even get some nibbles – all for free (nibbles not guaranteed).

And here’s a sneak preview of what you have to look forward to:

Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Samuel FischYoung Travel Photographer of the Year 2012, Winner — Samuel Fisch, USA (age 15)

 

Grand Gedeh, LiberiaBest Single Image in a Portfolio – People Watching, Winner — Timothy Allen, UK

Siberut Island, West Sumatra, IndonesiaBest Single Image in a Portfolio – Journeys, Winner — Andrew Newey, UK

Biwa and the crocodilePortfolio – People Watching, Runner Up — Jan Schlegel, Germany

Puts my ‘artistically’ blurred holiday snaps to shame.

Head over to the competition’s website to browse the winners’ galleries from 2003 and book tickets to the evening talks: www.tpoty.com

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