A World-Leading Photo Competition Offering Both Advice And Prestige
Enter Here! Entries Close 15 August 2020
(or late entries to 22 August 2020)
The Better Photography Magazine Photo of the Year Award 2020 offers great prizes and is highly respected around the world on the competition circuit.
- Every entry receives a judge’s comment to help you improve your photography. Many past entrants have noted how useful these comments have been!
- Your photographs are professionally judged by three AIPP Grand Masters of Photography and every entry gets a score.
- The best images will be awarded Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards.
- There are four exciting Category Awards, each with a first prize of $750.
- And then there’s the prestigious Better Photography Magazine Photo of the Year 2020 Award with a AUS $2000 cash prize!
- Entries are open from 1 July 2020!
- Results announced by 30 September 2020.
Get Professional Feedback!
We have three AIPP Grand Masters of Photography judging our competition because we want you to receive the benefit of genuine, professional experience. And we keep the same judges each year so you have consistency of judging and commentary. Plus, every entry gets a judge's comment to help you improve your work.
Our entrants come from the Americas, Europe, Russia, Asia and Oceania. So while we're an Australian based competition, now in its 14th year, we welcome international participation!
Every 5th Entry Is Free!
Entries are still just AUS $20 each (approximately US $14, depending on the exchange rate). However, for every four photos you enter, you get one entry free! So this is why we say every fifth entry is free!
- Emotive Portraiture
- Classic Landscapes
- Exotic Travel
- Revealing Nature
All entrants may need to create a new account as (once again!) we have a new judging system and database, unless you have also entered the International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award (in which case you use the same username and password).
Don't Delay - Enter Now
Entries are now open - so challenge yourself? How many Bronze awards can you earn? How many Silver? Or is there a chance you could earn an elusive Gold?