Landscape Photographer of the Year competition

October 21, 2013  •  6 Comments

First of all I must apologise in advance for spending two blog posts in a row talking about myself but I've got a bit of exciting news to share and besides, it's my blog.

Last weekend saw the winners of the 2013 Landscape Photographer of the Year competition announced, a diverse collection of stunning atmospheric British landscape photography.

Whilst alas, I wasn't one of the lucky winners, I was delighted to hear that for the second year running, one of my images was commended by the judges and will appear as a print at the National Theatre exhibition in London. In addition it will not only appear in the Landscape Photographer of the Year collection 7 book... but it was also selected to be on the cover. As you can imagine I'm unbearably excited and can't wait to see the finished book in print.

The exhibition runs from December 7 until February 8, admission is free and from what I've seen so far if you can get to London it looks like it's going to be well worth a visit. Congratulations to all the winners, see you at the preview evening.

 


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6.Justin Minns Photography
Thanks Chris, still looks weird seeing my shot on the cover!
5.Chris Beesley(non-registered)
Ah, so this is to be the book cover, congratulations Justin, it's a great atmospheric shot, very nice!
4.Justin Minns Photography
Hi John, THanks for leaving a comment... this was taken at a place called Cobbold's Point in Felixstowe
3.John D(non-registered)
Beautiful shot, and congratulations. But the main reason I searched for the source of the image and came across your sight is to find out more about this shot. All the other shots on the competition website have captions, but not yours. Where is this?
2.Justin Minns Photography
Thanks Richard, too kind... I'm with you on the book, full of inspiration
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Justin Minns is a part time photographer whose award winning landscapes have been widely published.

 

 

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