Welcome to National Geographic Traveller's Photography Competition 2016

The Winners in the National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition 2016, in partnership with CEWE PHOTOBOOK, have now been announced.

 

This year we launched a clutch of new categories for both amateur and professional photographers, including video, mobile and portfolio. Winners will receive the ultimate commission – to shoot for National Geographic Traveller (UK) on one of five incredible trips.

 

We received thousands of incredible entries, and winners have now been announced. Check our Winners to see if you made the grade.

 

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Latest entries

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  • simon morrisThis series of images depict Reindeer Herders of Siberia in Winter
  • Anja Poehlmannfriendly icelandic horse
  • Alecsandra Raluca DragoiThe Maasai Warriors
  • Alecsandra Raluca DragoiThe Maasai Warriors
  • Alecsandra Raluca DragoiThe Maasai Warriors
  • Alecsandra Raluca DragoiThe Maasai Warriors
  • Isabel FitzsimonsIndependence Day preparations at the Red Forte, Delhi.
  • Guillermo KellerJaipur´s market in India is fascinating because every block has thousands of images, odors, noises, but specially interesting people.
  • Guillermo KellerJaipur´s market in India is fascinating because every block has thousands of images, odors, noises, but specially interesting people.
  • Guillermo KellerJaipur´s market in India is fascinating because every block has thousands of images, odors, noises, but specially interesting people.
  • Guillermo KellerJaipur´s market in India is fascinating because every block has thousands of images, odors, noises, but specially interesting people.
  • Chaitanya Deshpande'Summer Dawn' A red deer stag gazes at his flock as a winged friend flies past on a late summer dawn. The sharp antlers mean that the deer are preparing for the autumn rutting spectacle.
  • Harry WardA glorious sunset greets us as we enter Malaysia from Thailand. I snook out the back to take this picture avoiding the train staff who I knew would not be happy finding me out the back of their train.
  • Tom FarebrotherDaily living in Dhading, Nepal, post earthquake. People in this valley have faced a lot of setbacks but continue to face life cheerfully.
  • Tom FarebrotherDaily living in Dhading, Nepal, post earthquake. People in this valley have faced a lot of setbacks but continue to face life cheerfully.
  • Tom FarebrotherDaily living in Dhading, Nepal, post earthquake. People in this valley have faced a lot of setbacks but continue to face life cheerfully.
  • Tom FarebrotherDaily living in Dhading, Nepal, post earthquake. People in this valley have faced a lot of setbacks but continue to face life cheerfully.
  • Naf SelmaniTitle: Lift me up Description: Revellers covered in coloured powder are lifting a fellow reveller in the air as they take part in the Holi Festival of Colours in London, September 12, 2015.
  • Sedat OzkancaCorfe Castle October 2015
  • Stefan RousseauA passenger travels on the New York Subway.
  • Emma MuirA young Himba girl plays with her father's shoe, made from car tyres. Namibia. February 2014
  • Emma MuirA dancer in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. January 2014
  • Ankie JanssenThe Rendez Vous Photo taken in London, in the summer of 2014, in front of St. Paul's Cathedral.
  • Harry WardA panorama from the top of one of the peaks near Wastwater in the Lake District, UK.
  • Patrick O'BrienKingfisher leaves the water
  • Chris UptonImages of Cuba
  • Chris UptonImages of Cuba
  • Chris UptonImages of Cuba
  • Chris UptonImages of Cuba
  • Agnes Proudhon-SmithThe hash life of the Arctic
  • Peter Michael KarryRajasthani ladies amused that they are the subject of the camera, taken at Pushkar Fair
  • Masud ParvezMoment of Life
  • Jeremy LawrenceA mixed summer's day weather in San Remo.
  • Josh JaggardLook Out Puffin watching over the cliffs and gannet colony in Shetland.
  • Katherine O'DonnellThe Children of the Joe Slovo Township (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). I learnt about love, humanity and happiness from the children of the townships where I volunteered as a photography teacher.
  • Katherine O'DonnellThe Children of the Joe Slovo Township (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). I learnt about love, humanity and happiness from the children of the townships where I volunteered as a photography teacher.
  • Katherine O'DonnellThe Children of the Joe Slovo Township (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). I learnt about love, humanity and happiness from the children of the townships where I volunteered as a photography teacher.
  • Katherine O'DonnellThe Children of the Joe Slovo Township (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). I learnt about love, humanity and happiness from the children of the townships where I volunteered as a photography teacher.
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