British Mobile Photography awards 2024: 6 winning pictures

The categories included portrait, landscape, night scenes, food and drink, pets and zoom in.

Father-son selfies and cloudy hiking shots were amongst the winners at this year’s British Mobile Photography Awards.

The competition, run in partnership with Samsung, aims to show the best of British photographic talent, with a collection of pictures taken around the UK.

This year 120 entries were shortlisted, including six winners. The categories included portrait, landscape, night scenes, food and drink, pets and zoom in.

Amongst the winning photographs were two taken in London including the best night scene entry which was captured outside Heron Tower near Liverpool Street. The winner of the zoom in category was taken on a glass floor in Kew Gardens.

BPA Awards Director & Photographer, Hugo Donnithorne-Tait said: "As photography continues to develop as a medium, it is clear that the way people take and enjoy photos is changing too. More and more photographs today are being captured only because people have a top camera in their pocket when they need it. This means so many more of life’s moments are being documented."

"We are so proud to be able to launch this Mobile Photography Awards. Samsung has a fantastic history of innovation and pioneering new imaging technologies, so who better to co-host this new kind of photography competition? Being able to award fantastic Galaxy S24 Ultras to the winners of the competition - and host Mobile workshops means we can continue to transform people’s photography and keep developing our craft alongside this amazing new technology."

Here are the six winning entries. You can view all 120 shortlisted photographs on the British Photography Awards website.

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