Natural History Museum (NHM) and BBC Worldwide have recently announced their 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, inviting all wildlife photographers to submit their best works from 5th January 2015.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition provides a global showcase of the very best nature photography and is open to professional, amateur and young photographers.
The 2015 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year competition has a huge prize fund of almost £20,000! The adult photographer of the Best Single Image is the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year and is awarded £10,000 and a trophy.
There is a major exhibition at the Natural History Museum (NHM) that tours worldwide throughout the year.
The Adult competition is divided into ten (10) main categories – Mammals, Birds, Amphibians and Reptiles, Invertebrates, Plants and Fungi, Underwater Species, Earth’s Environments, Black and White, Natural Design and World in Our Hands – and for the Young competition there are three (3) age group categories. There are several Special Awards available as well.
Winning this competition is your chance to take center stage at the glittering 50th Wildlife Photography of the Year awards ceremony held within the iconic surroundings of the Natural History Museum.
Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2015 Competition Entry Fees
A one-off non-refundable entry fee of £30 is required from each adult entrant. Young entrants – photographers aged 17 and under – may enter for free!