The Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 Announced

Scottish amateur photographer, Robert Fulton has been awarded title of Landscape Photographer of the Year for his stunning picture of a Winter Field in Snow which was chosen by the judges from the thousands of entries entered into the award. On being told of his win, Robert said, “Phenomenal news! I’m stunned – it’s hard to get my head round it. I know lots of landscape photographers, both amateur and professional, who regard this competition as being the ‘THE BIG ONE’ so to be told that I’m the overall winner is a tremendous accolade.”

Roger’s winning picture is published alongside 170 of the shortlisted images in a stunning coffee table book, Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 5, published by AA Publishing, out October 31st. Alongside the coffee table book, an exhibition of the winning photographs will run at the National Theatre from 5th December 2011 – 28th January 2012. Both the book and the awards celebrate the landscapes of the United Kingdom, showcasing our richly diverse country through the eyes of the nation’s best amateur and professional photographers.