Four-legged winners are a real treat for dog lovers
Posted on Jan 9, 2024
The third annual Dog Photographer of the Year competition delivers a wealth of perfect paw-traits. We pick our favourites from the winners and finalists
Launched in 2021, the Dog Photographer of the Year awards showcase the most outstanding canine imagery across four key categories: portrait & landscape, studio, action and dogs & people.
This year saw more than 1400 entries from 50 countries, with the winner in each class taking home a €2000 prize total, as well as photo equipment, a trophy, fine art prints and a book.
Winners were judged by a panel of photographers, dog experts and industry professionals. Commenting on this year’s awards, competition founder Audrey Bellot said that the awards had “showcased the remarkable talent within the world of dog photography. Witnessing emerging artists capture the essence of canine beauty with their stunning imagery remains the standout event of the year.”
Details are yet to be announced for the 2024 competition, but PN anticipates submissions will be opened in March.
Originally featured in Issue 112 of Photography News.
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