See stunning portraits by new and established photographers at London's National Portrait Gallery.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize features work by professional photographers alongside emerging young artists, photography students and talented amateurs. The work on show includes editorial, advertising and fine art images.
The 60 photos in the exhibition were selected anonymously from an open competition, which this year received 5,410 entries from 2,435 photographers.
See the 2013 winning picture: Spencer Murphy's photo of jockey Katie Walsh – Murphy's work has been featured in the exhibition seven times, and he won third prize last year with his portrait of actor Mark Rylance
You'll also be able to see this year's other three shortlisted artists:
- Anoush Abrar for Kofi Annan – Abrar was born in Iran and has lived in Switzerland since he was five years old, where he teaches at the University of Arts in Lausanne
- Dorothee Deiss for The Twins – Deiss lives and works as a photographer and paediatrician in Berlin
- Giles Price for Kumbh Mela Pilgrim Mamta Dubey and Infant – Price studied photography after being injured in Iraq while serving with the Royal Marine Commandos