Dog Photographer of the Year comp opens for entries
The Kennel Club has begun its search for the best dog photographers in the world, with the launch of its annual Dog Photographer of the Year competition.
The free competition welcomes submissions from budding and professional photographers from across the globe and of all ages. Photographers have until 10th April 2019 to submit their images.
Founded in 2005, Dog Photographer of the Year has attracted thousands of images from photographers around the world, and last year received 10,000 entries from over 90 different countries, including China, Israel, Russia, Argentina and South Africa, making it the biggest and most popular canine photography competition in the world.
The competition is accepting submissions for each of the ten categories: Dogs at Play, Portrait, Oldies, Dogs at Work, Puppies, Man's Best Friend, Young Pup Photographer (for entrants aged 11 and under), ‘I Love Dogs Because …’ (for entrants aged between 12 and 17), Assistance Dogs, and Rescue Dogs.
An overall winner will then be chosen from the top ten images.
For more information and to enter, visit dogphotographeroftheyear.org.uk.