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Scottish Nature Photography Awards Portfolio Yearbook


The Scottish Nature Photography Awards Portfolio Yearbooks showcase the winning and shortlisted entries in the photographic competition and, since 2017, the video award.

The Portfolio Yearbooks offer an insight into the creation of the winning images and videos and into the photographers and filmmakers themselves.

UK Postage & Packing
£4 for 1 book, £6.00 for 2 books, £9.50 for 3+ books

International Postage & Packing
We are always delighted to send the Portfolio Yearbook overseas, however international book delivery is more expensive than UK delivery and varies from region to region. So that we can find the best value postage costs for your location, please contact us with your details before you order.

If you prefer to order by post, please go to the downloads page to download an order form.

If you are sending the Portfolio Yearbook as a gift, we can send it directly to your gift recipient along with your gift message. Don't worry, no payment details will be enclosed with gift orders. Just contact us with details of the recipient and the gift message you'd like to include.

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Scottish Nature Photography Awards Portfolio Yearbook 2019

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    Image © credits: Rebecca Nason, Martin Santbergen, Ian Talboys, Morton Gillespie, Morag Forbes, Dave Shillabeer,
Allan Wright, Dan Cahill, Roger Lever, Helen Perry, Craig Mackay, Wendy Ball, Jonathan Gaunt, Phil Johnston,
Gordon Rae, Tomasz Szatewicz, Hanna Veers, James Roddie, Charlie Gibson, Sophie Bestwick, Emilia Turek. 
 

Format: Softback
Pages: 138
Size: A4
Front cover image: Rebecca Nason
£20.00 + P&P

                 






Scottish Nature Photography Awards Portfolio Yearbook 2013


Format: Softback
Pages: 142
Size: A4
Front cover image: Ian Mason
Was £16.00, now £10.00 + P&P

                 

 




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Sorry, The Portfolio Yearbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 are all SOLD OUT
Cover images © Lee Mott (2010), Gavin Ritchie (2011), Phil McMenemy (2012), Stuart Scott (2014), Raymond Leinster (2015), Chris Cullen (2016), Jennifer Porteous (2017), Ruth Grindrod (2018)