Anna Henly and Sam Cairns were both highly praised in the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Ms Henly, of Edinburgh, won the World in Our Hands category. She was on a boat in Svalbard – between mainland Norway and the North Pole – when she saw this polar bear walking on broken-up ice.
She used her fisheye lens to make the animal appear small and create an impression of "the top predator on top of the planet, with its ice world breaking up".
Sam Cairns, of Cairngorms, was commended in the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year. His stunning image of a northern fulmar was captured at Skógafoss, one of the biggest inland waterfalls in Iceland.
Another winner was Grégoire Bouguereau's photo of cheetahs stalking a gazelle calf.