RHS Garden Wisley Exhibits World’s Finest Garden Photography

June 18, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions, Events | 2 Comments |
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Winners and runners-up from the International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) and RHS Photographer of the Year competitions will be exhibited together for the first time at the RHS's flagship garden Wisley in Surrey. Free with normal garden entry, the exhibit will display the winning images of both competitions as well as the category winners and finalists of: The Beauty of Plants, Beautiful Gardens, Wildlife in the Garden, Bountiful Earth and Wildflower Landscapes from IGPOTY as well as People in the Garden, Abstract and Details, Plant Portrait and Wildlife in the Garden from the RHS Photography Competition. The displayed works will be on show in the Glasshouse Gallery at RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey from 21 June to 11 August 2013, with the exception of 25 & 26 June.

Royal Horticultural Society Press Release

RHS Garden Wisley Exhibits World's Finest Garden Photography

Winners and Runners-up of Two World-Leading Garden Photography Prizes to be Shown Together for the First Time

Winners and runners-up from the International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) and RHS Photographer of the Year, two internationally renowned, garden photography competitions, will be exhibited together for the first time at the RHS's flagship garden Wisley in Surrey. Both competitions attract entries from amateur and professional photographers all over the world, specialising in botanical and garden photography. The displayed work represents the gold standard in garden photography and will be on show in the Glasshouse Gallery at RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey from 21 June to 11 August, 2013*.

The exhibition also marks the beginning of the hunt for RHS Photographer of the Year 2013, which is open for entries from 13 June-1 November 2013. Amateurs and professionals are invited to submit images that celebrate the wonder and diversity of gardens as well as displaying artistry, creativity and technical excellence across six adult and two under-18s categories to http://www.rhs.org.uk/photocomp

Free with normal garden entry, the exhibit will display the winning images of both competitions as well as the category winners and finalists of: The Beauty of Plants, Beautiful Gardens, Wildlife in the Garden, Bountiful Earth and Wildflower Landscapes from IGPOTY as well as People in the Garden, Abstract and Details, Plant Portrait and Wildlife in the Garden from the RHS Photography Competition.

*Exhibition closed 25 & 26 June 2013

Photo: Penstemon Sunrise by Dennis Frates



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#1 Stock photography cd

You have create nice blog , beautiful design. Thanks for sharing these garden photographs , really nice picture , I like it .

9:14 am - Wednesday, August 7, 2013

#2 Microstock photographs

Often when we are doing flower photography we forget that by getting close up the depth of field gets shallower and we need longer shutter speeds to let in enough light. Hand holding at a slow shutter speed means more vibration and a blurry image. A tripod will allow you to slow down the shutter speed and get zero movement from your hand.

7:34 am - Friday, January 10, 2014