Now into its sixth year, the definitive annual photography competition for the fieldsports industry is back, and with seven categories and £7,500-worth of prizes – including cash – it is bigger and better than ever! 

From the ethereal flutter of a mayfly dun at first light, a roaring stag stood proud above a craggy Cairngorm horizon to a woodcock scything through the frozen January air… part of the allure and magic of all of our country sports is, unquestionably, the imagery and inherent beauty associated with them. 

It is our aim to unearth the outstanding photography that showcases the very best of our country sports both in the UK and further afield. It also aimed to highlight the talent that is out there; individuals who so beautifully capture and convey the magic and allure of our country sports through the seasons and in all weather conditions. 

Regardless of you photographic experience, we can’t wait to see your entries and wish you the very best of luck.




William & Son



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