The fifty-fifth instalment of prestigious Natural History Museums’ Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has come to a close and winners announced.
Showcasing the world’s very best nature photography, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition consists of a major exhibition at the British Natural History Museum as well as worldwide tour showcasing a wide selection of submissions. The winning images for the 2019 leg of the competition have been selected and show just how truly incredible our natural world is.
Over 48,000 images were submitted from 100 countries around the globe making this years competition a stiff one. If you think you have what it takes to take the title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 be sure to get your entries in here as the competition is open now.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019
Winner 2019, Grand Title Winner: The Moment by Yongqing Bao
Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Winner 2019, Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Grand Title Winner: Night Glow by Cruz Erdmann, New Zealand
Animals In Their Environment
Winner 2019, Animals in their Environment: Snow-Plateau Nomads by Shangzhen Fan, China
Behaviour: Amphibians and Reptiles
Winner 2019, Behaviour: Invertebrates: The Architectural Army by Daniel Konauer, Germany/USA
Plants and Fungi
Black and White
Wildlife Photojournalist Story
Rising Star Portfolio Award
Wildlife Photographer Portfolio Award
Find out more about the Natural History Museums Wildlife Photographer of the Year and get your entries in for their 2020 competition on their website here.