Time to travel again?

Camel rider against the sunset at Giza near Cairo in Egypt silhouetted against a golden sun © Chris Coe

The travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. We aren’t out of the woods yet either, but at some point we will start to travel again. Is now the time for travel photographers to venture beyond their own borders?

Podcast – Richard Dunwoody

Newton & Coe – Richard Dunwoody is a former champion jockey, adventurer and Strictly Come Dancing contestant. But now he’s a professional photographer. Here we find out about his photography and motivations to carve out a career.

More land, sea, Skye

Monty and Chris are on the road again, this time for our long awaited adventure to the Scotland wester isles. Follow our journey – Part Two

Meet the judges: Chris Coe

TPOTY Finalist 2021

As the judging for TPOTY 2021 draws to a close we speak to Chris Coe, TPOTY co-founder and chief judge about how it went, what sorts of images were entered and what the judges made of this year’s entries.

Land, Sea, Skye

Monty and Chris are on the road again, this time for our long awaited adventure to the Scotland wester isles. Follow our journey – Part One

Meet the Judges: Manfred Zollner

Snow storm in Sardinia

Manfred Zollner is editor-in-chief of Germany’s fotoMAGAZIN. His eye for an image has added a fresh and interesting dimension to the TPOTY judging panel since he joined in 2007.

Podcast – Chris Coe

Chris Coe is the co-founder of Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) and has been a photographer for over 30 years. Here he chats with Newton & Coe co-host, David Newton.

Podcast – David Newton

David is the Newton part of Newton & Coe. He’s been co-hosting our Newton & Coe podcasts with Chris Coe for several months now so we thought we’d give you an insight into the man and his photography.

Meet the judges: Linda Barberic

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Linda adds a different slant to this year’s TPOTY judging panel. She’s a creative producer who deals very much with how images are used to convey a message or tell a story. Here she gives her insights into the process.

Over-photographed: the Eiffel Tower

© Craig Easton

In part four of our on-going series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots, it’s the iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

Podcast – Kiran Ridley

TPOTY 2019 Winners

Newton & Coe – Kiran Ridley is a photo-journalist. Here he talks to us about his work throughout Europe and Asia, concentrating on news, social political topics and the human experience.

Over-photographed: Havana, Cuba

In part three of our on-going series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots, we take you to Havana in Cuba.

Introducing: Indigo Larmour

Indigo Larmour is twice the winner of Young Photographer of the Year and she’s still only 13. She is Irish though born in Abu Dhabi but has spent most of her childhood – so far – on the road or living in different parts of the world.

Pristine nature versus ‘real’ nature

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Wildlife photographer Tim Plowden argues that we are part of rather than separate from nature and captures the fine line between humans and the hornbills near his home in Singapore.

Podcast – Larry Louie

TPOTY Collection

Larry Louie is a Canadian optometrist but photography is his passion. In 2010, he was the overall winner of TPOTY with eight stunning B&W images of Mali and Tibet.

Over-photographed: Taj Mahal

ÔDhobisÕ wash clothes in the River Jamuna as the first rays of the sun strike the marble dome of the Taj Mahal. Agra, India. - TPOTY runner up - People & Places

Part two in our ongoing series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots.

Podcast – Eamonn McCabe

Sylvester Mittee in gym Kings Cross

Newton & Coe – Eamonn McCabe’s photographs are well known. Here we chat with him about his multifaceted life in photography.

Winter in search of Narnia

Helmingham Hall

Starting the project – familiarisation and planning got underway in January and February. Would winter bring snow and transform a bleak landscape?

On thin ice

TPOTY 2019 Winners

“There is nothing more beautiful than ice in all its forms. I aim to show the abstract beauty drawn by nature – its power but also the fragility of the ecosystem.”