These are the winning images from the 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Dec 3, 2021

Alex Baker

Alex Baker is a portrait and lifestyle driven photographer based in Valencia, Spain. She works on a range of projects from commercial to fine art and has had work featured in publications such as The Daily Mail, Conde Nast Traveller and El Mundo, and has exhibited work across Europe

These are the winning images from the 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Dec 3, 2021

Alex Baker

Alex Baker is a portrait and lifestyle driven photographer based in Valencia, Spain. She works on a range of projects from commercial to fine art and has had work featured in publications such as The Daily Mail, Conde Nast Traveller and El Mundo, and has exhibited work across Europe

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 2021 Dog Photography Awards

This year’s Dog Photography Awards faced some stiff competition with so many beautiful, inspiring and generally cute furry entries. The award is split into 3 categories: landscape, action and studio. So take a moment in your day to ‘paws’, and look at the winning images.

Studio:

First place was awarded to Franca Lombardo from Switzerland for her super sweet portrait of Kairo the pug puppy in a vintage set of weighing scales.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Second prize in the studio section was awarded to Dutch photographer Patrick Reymer for his beautiful and unusual portrait of his late beagle who was nicknamed Don Corleone for his commanding presence! I especially love the fact that he’s sitting beneath another beagle portrait.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Third placement to this marvellously hairy portrait of an Afghan Hound by Marcus Almeida from Brazil. The dog looks as though it could be advertising a hair shampoo as it flicks back its gorgeous mane of hair.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Action:

Leaping into first place in the action category is Chiara Hofmayer from Germany with her beautiful image of her Border Collie during training.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

2nd place was awarded to Michelle Dawkins (USA) for her image of her collie chasing a frisbee into a freezing lake.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

And the final jumping dog trick , thrid place, was awarded to Jess Bell from Canada for this quite remarkable image. Was the dog trying to catch a fish you wonder?

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Portrait and landscape:

Janine Ulbrich from Germany won first place in this category with this engaging shot of woman’s best friend on a misty lake.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

Second place goes to Heike Willers from Germany for this contemplative image of her dog when she managed to photograph him in a rare quiet moment wile he watched a bird flying.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

And finally third place was awarded to Izabela Lyson from Poland for this incredible scenery shot in Norway during a hiking trip with her dog.

 2021 Dog Photography Awards

The entire gallery of shortlisted images is available to view on the Dog Photography Award website.

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4 responses to “These are the winning images from the 2021 Dog Photography Awards”

  1. anthony provenzano Avatar
    anthony provenzano

    To the editors: Wonderful photos! BUT…you MISTAKENLY put the captions ABOVE the pictures instead of below. This is a big basic publishing error. Because of ad placements, spacing and transmittal inconsistencies, and cellphone screen limitations, the captions don’t match the pictures. ALWAYS place captions DIRECTLY UNDER the pictures they actually represent. Some very confusing captions at first read.

    1. udi tirosh Avatar
      udi tirosh

      Thanks for the heads up here. I will take a look.

    2. Sue Massie Avatar
      Sue Massie

      Totally agree. Very confusing!

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