The Ocean Photographer of the Year Contest is making its final call for entries. It offers nine categories and welcomes all ocean-related imagery, including underwater, coastal, and aerial images. The deadline for entries is 30 June, and entry procedures and rules are available on the contest’s website
FINAL WEEK TO ENTER Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022!
Raising money for ocean conservation.
World-renowned judges, including Paul Nicklen, David Doubilet & Cristina Mittermeier.
Open to ALL ocean photographers – underwater, coastal, aerial.
Submissions open until June 30, 2022, & winners announced September 2022.
Public exhibition by London’s Tower Bridge for winning images.
Prizes include a trip to Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef, a Blancpain timepiece, and much more!
Monday, June 27: The entry deadline for the Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022 is this Thursday, June 30 at 11:59 pm GMT.
The Ocean Photographer of the Year has a simple mission: to shine a light on the beauty of the ocean and the threats it faces, all while raising money for its protection.
The competition is an opportunity for all ocean photographers – divers, surfers, and sailors alike – to share their art with the world. In 2021, winning photographs reached more than a billion people. Nine categories will be judged in 2022, including several new categories. Category information can be found here.
Winners, including the overall winner – the Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022 – will be announced in September. A stunning London exhibition will follow, where all winning images will be put on public display. The exhibition will be free to visit. Last year’s exhibition was enjoyed by more than a million people.
The full judging panel, including two new judges for 2022 (David Doubilet and Sadie Quarrier), is Paul Nicklen, Cristina Mittermeier, Shawn Heinrichs, Andy Mann, David Doubilet, and Sadie Quarrier. More information on each of the judges can be found here.
The Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022 is produced by Oceanographic Magazine, in partnership with Blancpain, Princess Yachts, and Tourism Western Australia, and in support of SeaLegacy.
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