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Photographer Of The Year 2023

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Whether you photograph people, landscapes, places or wildlife – enter The Scots Magazine’s Photographer of the Year competition…


WE’RE looking for your best Scottish images for our annual Photographer of the Year competition – and you have until February 8 to send them in.

You can choose any subject in the country and any style of photography – whether it’s places, wildlife, people or events. You can only enter one image this year, though – so choose wisely!

We ask that you send the largest and highest quality version of your image, if digitally up to 3MB, with a minimum of 300dpi. Low quality or small images will not be considered.

After the closing date, all entries will be reviewed by our judging panel. They’ll whittle the entries down to a final 12, and then it’s over to you, our readers, to vote for the ultimate Photographer of the Year.

The finalists will be printed in our April issue and voting will begin here on March 4 – April 9. The winner will be announce in our June issue!


Finalists have been picked. VOTING WILL OPEN HERE MARCH 4!



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