The Winners of The International Landscape Photographer of The Year 2022 Competition Have Been Announced
“Paternidad” by Benjamin Briones Grandi (Chile). Portfolio – Winner.
Images and winners of the 9th International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been chosen. Chile’s Benjamin Briones Grandi was named Photographer of the Year for his portfolio, with Tony Wang of China in second place and Max Rive of the Netherlands in third place.
Chairman of Judges, Peter Eastway, said of the competition, “We love putting the International Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards together. And after this judging has finished, we like nothing more than to scroll through not only the winning photographs, but all of them. We’re constantly amazed at the lengths photographers go to, whether physically in the landscape or creatively in post-production. The judges are equally enthusiastic. We intentionally keep the core of our judging panel constant from year to year because we believe this gives our regular entrants a better experience, allowing them to gauge their progress.”
“Brisa Suave” by Benjamin Briones Grandi (Chile). Portfolio – Winner.
“Grandi Conversion” by Benjamin Briones Grandi (Chile). Winner – Portfolio.
“Andes Interior” by Benjamin Briones Grandi (Chile). Portfolio – Winner.
“Ice Tree” by Tony Wang (China). Portfolio – 2nd place.
“After the Snowstorm” by Tony Wang (China). Portfolio (2nd place).
“Under the Rainbow” by Tony Wang (China). Portfolio – 2nd place.
“The Winding Journey” by Max Rive (Netherlands). Portfolio – 3rd place.
“Summer Window” by Max Rive (Netherlands). Portfolio – 3rd place.
“The Silent Awakening” by Max Rive (Netherlands). Portfolio – 3rd place.
“Flooded Cave” by Martin Broen (USA). Single image – Winner.
“Dusk of the Alpine” by Mitja Kobal (Austria). Single image – 2nd place.
“Rhythm of Life” by Liu Bai (China). Single image – 3rd place.
“Lost Sea” by Julien Delaval (France). Seascape Award.
“The Network” by Gheorge Popa (Romania). Abstract Aerial Award.
“The Old Tree” by José D. Riquelme. Amazing Cloud Award.
“Frozen” by Koki Dote (Japan). Snow and Ice Award.
“Project Green Glow” by Daniel Laan (Netherlands). Black and White Award.