When I was submitting my 20 photographs into the world’s most prestigious photography contest earlier this year, my hopes weren’t too high. In previous two years, I had only received a thank you email for my participation and that was that.
I hadn’t even entered last year as I realised that I must evolve photographically first. This year was a bit different. When I was leaving my house on the 30th March I managed to quickly glance at my emails and there it was – an email from the committee. Here we go again, I thought. However, instead of a polite ‘thank you’ I was being asked to submit one or several original photographs as they advanced into the Finals.
MY 12 PICTURES IN FINAL ROUND OF WPY 2014
WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2015 – CEREMONY REPORT
Natural History Museum in London
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 205 Ceremony
Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition
WPY 2015 winners – Don Gutoski a Ondřej Pelánek
Petr Bambousek and …
Monkey in the London
Reflection in Black – Wildlife Photographer of the year 2015, Mammals category finalist