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Great Walks' Wilderness Photographer of the Year, presented by Nokia, is searching for the best outdoor images captured by Australian photographers!

This year I am happy to be part of the judging panel for this competition. There are two categories, Places and People. For Places, we're looking for sweeping panoramas, dramatic horizons, spectacular coastlines and thought-provoking images of wilderness locations, both here and overseas. For People, we want to see your best wilderness photos with people in the frame.

Winners and runners up will share in a prize pool of more than $14,000 including $4,000 cash. Further, the Top 20 images in each category will be published in Great Walks magazine (December-January 2022 issue) and on www.greatwalks.com.au.

Entry fee is $20. I look forward to seeing your images.

I have been doing some high end real estate photography work which has been a nice change of pace and skill set which I am enjoying. I hope to get some more work this year to keep me busy as it has been an awful year with no workshops or tours happening which is income I rely on. I di a big property in Strathalbyn recently from the shearing shed paddocks to the house yard and all interiors. The owners were wrapped with the images and video footage that I captured and it is now showing on VIMEO. Check it out under my video blog section there is a link to it and all my other videos.

I have recently finished judging the Amateur section of the international competition Epsom Pano Awards for which I have been a judge in previous years. Over a week I trawled through a few thousand images. There were lots of fantastic images and it was really tough to judge round 2 for the very best shots. I really hope if you entered that you were happy with your results but please keep in mind it really is subjective and don't be disheartened if you did not do as well as you hoped. Just have a look at the other high scorers and aim to do better next year.

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