Almost Time for the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards

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It’s almost that time!

On 9 December 2013 entires will open for the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards!

Competition

Entries to the competition closes on 27 February 2014 so with the holidays coming up I am sure many of you will start looking through your portfolios and for those special images that you will be entering.

By January – and I know this from past experience – you will more than likely have a collection of images you think could work but you just cannot decide on which ones to enter.

Now as you all know, South Africa’s Greg du Toit was recently awarded the prestiges title at a ceremony which was held in the Natural History Museum in the UK.

We are all incredibly proud of Greg and it goes to show that passion and perseverance pays off.  Greg has, over the last ten years, established himself as one of the best wildlife photographers in the world and has a fantastic track record in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.

On 30 January 2014 you can join Greg at the Wild Eye office for a Master Class during which he will work though the 20 images he submitted into the 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition as well as share his thoughts on why he chose certain images and how he prepared them for his final submission.

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To learn more or book your spot on this exciting Master Class simply click on the image above.

This Master Class is perfectly timed to help you not only find some inspiration through Greg’s incredible images but also get first hand knowledge of what it takes to win the biggest prize in wildlife photography.

Some of our other exciting Master Classes include:

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I look forward to seeing you at one of our Master Classes and good luck with your competition submission!

Until next time.

Gerry van der Walt

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