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We are excited to announce the inaugural LCE Photographer of the Year 2024 awards. This free-to-enter contest offers a £12,000 prize fund with 14 diverse categories, including a People’s Choice section decided by a public vote. Open to photographers of all levels of experience*, it is an opportunity to showcase your skills, get recognised nationally and be in with a chance of winning big prizes! It is all about celebrating inspiration, skill and creativity. Enter your images now, we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
*Entry is limited to non-professional photographers
Fame, fortune, and a lasting legacy of course! Showcase your skills and win fantastic prizes. Push your creative boundaries and get noticed nationally!
There are categories covering just about every genre of photography. From Landscape to Portraits, Macro to Street photography and much more. Each of them provides an opportunity for you to showcase your talents from your own perspective. Explore now and get inspired! Plus, we’re also harnessing the popular vote with our People’s Choice category where votes from your peers make all the difference.
Peter is a photographer with more than 25 years’ experience in the industry working for a range of respected international clients. He is also a regular contributor to Amateur Photographer magazine UK, an OM System Ambassador and a Co-Founder of Photo North Festival.
Angela is the founder of SheClicks, a community for female photographers, and one of the team behind Camera Jabber, a website for photographers with news, reviews, tips and techniques. She started reviewing cameras and photographic kit in early 2004.
Nick is Chief Executive of London Camera Exchange and has played an important part in making it the UK’s biggest independent photo retailer. Not every click of Nick’s shutter captures a masterpiece, nonetheless he generally knows a good picture when he sees it.
Chris is the Content Director of the photography website Digital Camera World, leading design website Creative Bloq, and a portfolio of magazines aimed at photographers and content creators.
London Camera Exchange can trace its origins back to the 1950’s when the founders acquired premises in Guildford’s Tunsgate from which they operated a photography studio. The owners of Tunsgate Studios soon noticed that their customers were very interested in the equipment used in the studio and even went so far as to sell some of their old equipment. When customers started to offer other cameras in part exchange for newer or more expensive models the business, LCE, as it exists today, was born.