Genesis Support The Travel Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2015 – Now Open at The Royal Geographical Society

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Travel Photographer of the Year returns to The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) until the 5th September 2015. Professional Lambda C-type and Direct to Media UV printing by Genesis Imaging. Image © Tina Remiz/ NO WORDS agency

Genesis are delighted to once again support the prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year touring exhibition and have been been working hard producing professional photographic prints of a diverse selection of the very best in travel photography for TPOTY’s return to the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) for it’s fifth annual awards exhibition.

From pilgrims making perilous progress 14,000ft up in the Himalayas, to cave divers exploring the cenotes of Mexico, from the bleak beauty of skeletal trees to the warm tones of Himba jewellery and colourful bands of rock in Northumberland, and from bicycle adventures in Norway to the lives of honey-hunters in Bangladesh; the winning images in the 2014 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards give a glorious view of life on this planet.

This year’s event features the entries that took top honours in the 2014 awards, in which amateur and professional photographers from over 100 countries competed. The exhibition stretches from the Society’s glass-sided Pavilion, out into the terrace and down into the garden with images produced as Lambda C-type prints and weather-resistant Direct to Media UV panels.

Genesis are proud to support TPOTY as a long-term sponsor of the awards and a printer of the touring TPOTY exhibitions.

Travel Photographer of the Year at The Royal Geographical Society 2015

24 July – 5 September

The Royal Geographical Society,

1 Kensington Gore,

London,

SW7 2AR.

Read more about the winners and finalists of the 2014 awards.

Learn more about the 2015 competition.

Read our interview with TPOTY founder, Chris Coe.

Visit The Travel Photographer of the Year Website

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