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Winning WPOTY image disqualified Photo

Winning WPOTY image disqualified

The image that won the Animals in their Environment category of the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPOTY) has been disqualified. The image, taken by Marcio Cabral in Brazil’s Emas National Park, won the Animals in their Environment category of the contest in 2017. It purports to show an anteater moving towards a termite mound but seems to have been staged using a taxidermically stuffed animal.

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Underwater imagery from the finalists of WPOTY 2017 Photo

Underwater imagery from the finalists of WPOTY 2017

As reported on Wetpixel earlier, the results of the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPOTY) contest were announced earlier this week. Whilst the winners represent an amazing body of work many of the finalists in each category are stunning. What follows is a showcase of underwater imagery from WPOTY 2017 along with photographer-submitted detailed captions about each picture and how they were captured.

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Winners: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 Photo

Winners: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year announced the winners of the 2017 contest at a gala ceremony in London’s Natural History Museum last Tuesday. Wetpixel has showcased the winning images that have marine themes, along with the photographer’s description of how the images were captured. The 2018 (#WPY54) contest opens for entries on Monday 23 October.

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WPOTY previews winning images Photo

WPOTY previews winning images

The 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest (WPOTY) has released a selection of its shortlisted images. The full results will be announced at a gala event at London’s Natural History Museum on Tuesday, October 17, at an awards ceremony in the Natural History Museum’s newly refurbished Hintze Hall. The 2018 contest will open for entries from 23 October.

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