Followers of the Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) competition in the UK, maybe interested to attend their free open-air exhibition in London. The exhibition will take place at the Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, and will exhibit over 170 photographs from the 2019 competition. The London exhibition will be open between September 29th September and October 25th.
This will be the first public showing of the winning shots from the 2019 (TPOTY) and includes entries from professional and amateur photographers from around the world. The winning photographs provide a fascinating view of our planet, with photographs presented including entries from high-end cameras to iPhones and everything in-between.
TPOTY has also announced that visitors to the exhibition will be able to vote for their own favourite image, for a chance to win a range of prizes. The main prize is a one-day private photography lesson with TPOTY founder Chris Coe.
If you are interested in entering the 2020 competition yourself, then the closing date for entries is the 2nd November. Competition entry can be made through their website.
Here is selection of images that will be on display in London:
TPOTY 2019 Selection of Images
“Agra, India. This is 9 exposures taken over 10 minutes using the multi-exposure function of the Canon 6D MkII. Canon EOS 6D MkII, 70- 300mm lens, F7.1, 1/800s, ISO 400”
“Ung Hoa, Hanoi, Vietnam. A female worker collects bundles of incense in Hanoi, Vietnam. Canon 1Dx, 24-70mm lens, f/2.8, 1/1250s, ISO 200”
“Torres Dell Paine, Patagonia, Chile. A 4-month old puma kitten gives a loving hug to his mother. Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, 200-400mm lens, f4, 1/1250s, ISO 1250”
“The Aegean Sea, Island of Skiathos, Greece. My son and two of his friends decided to do a bit of freediving. I set them a task and enjoyed the youthful banter as they set about trying to co-ordinate their efforts. It was amazing the good time we had – doing something so simple – no gadgets, electronics or high value spend. Just fun. Canon 5D Mkiii, Sigma 15mm fisheye, f/8, 1/1600sec, ISO-1600”
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