The winning picture will be chosen by Conor and LWBP and revealed at the end of next month.
Sue Grindrod, director of LWBP, added: "Liverpool waterfront is a Unesco World Heritage site, acknowledging that it is an area of outstanding beauty, and it is proud to share the same accolade as the Great Wall of China.
Sue Grindrod, chair of LWBP, said: "The Partnership's role is to maintain the economic viability of the Waterfront, promoting it as a vibrant place to live, work and invest.
"Creating this event in support of IFB has given LWBP a vehicle, which creates an ongoing legacy to promote Liverpool waterfront to the world premier league of destination waterfronts.
Chair of the LWBP, Sue Grindrod, said: "Cities are known as the engines of growth and their waterfronts have come to symbolise their drive and ambition.
AMBITION: LWBP chair Sue Grindrod with Liverpool Vision chief executive and IFB chair Max Steinberg