Photos taken by British photographers have been released as part of the CEWE Photo Award – the world’s largest photo competition
To celebrate British photographers, CEWE has released a collection of new images that celebrate ‘the best of British’ as part of this year’s CEWE Photo Award, the world’s largest photo competition. The images range from nature and animals, to food and life in lockdown.
The 17 images have been submitted as entries to a variety of categories in this year’s competition, which aims to celebrate the best photography from across the globe.
The competition, now in its fourth edition, launched for entries in May 2020 and is open to everyone – from keen amateur photographers to established professionals. Entrants are asked to submit photos which celebrate the competition’s ‘Our world is beautiful’ theme.
There are 10 categories for budding photographers to enter – from aerial shots and animals to landscapes, travel & culture – and entrants have until May 31st to submit their photos.
Clare Moreton, photo expert at CEWE UK, said: “We’ve loved seeing so many unique and interesting perspectives from the photos that have been submitted to this year’s CEWE Photo Award. There has been such a fascinating variety across all categories. Here we wanted to celebrate the British photographers who have submitted eye-catching and stunning images.
“We’ve really enjoyed seeing people’s entries to the CEWE Photo Award 2021 and are looking forward to seeing many more entries before the competition closes in May.”
Below, some of the submissions from British Photographers.