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THE IN TER N ATIONAL LANDS C AP E P H OTO G RA P H E R OF T H E Y E A R


Contents

Introduction 8 The International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

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The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

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Special Award Winners

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The Top 101 Landscape Photographs of the Year

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Sponsor Messages Momento Photobooks

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Created For Life Printing and Framing

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Judge Portfolios David Burnett

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Jim M Goldstein

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Kaye Davis

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Tim Parkin

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Luke Austin

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Peter Eastway

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I N T ROD U C T I ON

The International Landscape

he is nevertheless able to accept, criticise and appreciate

Photographer of the Year is a

photography in all its varied forms.

special combination of different Peter Eastway

talents. In addition to the

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“However, a couple of things really struck me: The determination and physical challenges which

During this year’s judging, David took a few notes.

photographers face are extraordinary. Some lucky ones

“I’m sure you’re aware of what seems to be a rather

may have taken their shots in the back yard, but for most it

amazing entrants each year,

strong trend for shooting with drones and some of the

is clear that the best pictures required getting person and

of paramount importance are

photographers are becoming incredibly good at it. There

gear over hill, dale, iceberg, wave and forest to find the best

the five photographers we

are lots of great, straight down vertical design pictures and

spot. You can tell a lot of energy and effort goes into this

ask to adjudicate. What makes our judges’ opinion better

while I’m sure some photographers banked $800 an hour in

work and I for one am very appreciative of those who put

than someone else’s?

a chopper, I think a drone is the tool for most of them.

their feet on the ground to get them there.

The short answer is that their opinions are no more

“Moving water still seems to be the muse which

“Finally, one thing I kept noticing was that in so many of

or less valid and everyone is entitled to their own views

beckons photographers the most, whether near the ocean,

the good images, it was a minor, often tiny detail that made

on the worth or merit of a photograph. However, I think

a river or waterfalls. Some of the photos are fabulous,

the picture. Whether it was a small car in a vast desert or

what each of our judges brings to our awards is their

while many are still full of that youthful exuberance as

something similar, that little detail is what made the picture

individual experience and our respect for not just their

photographers learn to understand their cameras in the

work. Even a bodacious set of rocks, snow banks or sunset

achievements, but their opinion. Even if we don’t agree

early years. This is not a criticism and I am sure many of the

can be upgraded to a real picture with such a small, but

with every image they choose, it at least prompts us to look

pictures, a good 70 per cent, should absolutely be in a place

recognisable detail.”

at the images more closely and to perhaps consider them

of honour on the photographer’s living room wall at home.

differently. I think in this way we all grow and develop

Although these photographs might not have made it into

as photographers.

the top 101, I hope the photographers will still see the joy in

photographers, so yet another very pleasing result. On

hanging them on their own walls. They deserve to be there.

behalf of David Evans, my co-convenor, we hope you enjoy

An issue of American Photo magazine a few years back nominated our judge David Burnett as one of the

“There were sufficient HDR and heavily worked pictures

Great comments, thank you David! This year, we attracted 2395 photographs from 601

the best landscape photographs in the world from 2016.

‘100 Most Important People in Photography’. What I love

where the post-production was so obvious as to be off-

about David is that although his personal approach to

putting. In fact, I think many of the ‘over done’ Photoshop’ed

photography is both varied and distinctive, extending well

images would have had a better chance of survival if they

Chairman of Judges

beyond the boundaries of pure landscape photography,

had less post-production, not more.

International Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

THE INTERNATIONAL LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER OF T HE Y EAR

Peter Eastway


David Burnett

Jim M. Goldstein

Luke Austin

Kaye Davis

Tim Parkin


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Alex Noriega U SA

Alex Noriega shoots landscapes and nature. He works

backpacking at high altitudes. I always have a Macbook

it for weeks at a time. “So I am sticking to North America

from home and on the road, often making extended trips

Pro with me in the vehicle, for editing on the road. No

for the time being. I believe the diversity of landscapes

around the western USA in search of new images.

other laptop I’ve used compares for colour accuracy of the

available in the western half of this continent is unrivalled:

screen, nor for responsiveness of the touchpad.

the incredible desert geology of the Colorado Plateau, the

“I’m a professional photographer in that this is how I make my living, but I am self-employed and run a small

“I’ve begun aerial photography and I’ve recently

numerous craggy and undeveloped mountain ranges, the

business. I do not shoot on assignment, I simply pursue

upgraded to the Phantom 4 Pro, which is a huge step up

lush and whimsical rainforests, and the thousands of miles

the images I want to and teach other photographers

to essentially DSLR image quality. All that said, I don’t focus

of coastline.

how I do it.”

much on gear. My used D600 has served me for years at

Alex first picked up a camera seven years ago and

“It will take me a long time to exhaust my possibilities

a sub-$1000 cost, while I see my clients and colleagues

here. As for time of year, spring tends to be best for the

found himself enthralled. “Initially, I photographed

routinely upgrading to the latest $3500 camera body.

rainforest and summer tends to be best for mountain

anything from portraits to architecture, but when I took

No camera will make my images better, only I can.

backpacking, but aside from those cases, my favourite

my first trip to the American West where I saw the Rocky

“The drone, on the other hand, is really an incredible

Mountains and the deserts of the Colorado Plateau,

tool for creating unique imagery via perspectives and

it stirred something in me. I knew that was what I wanted

scales that are impossible from the ground.

to spend my life photographing. “Right now, I’m happily making a modest living from

images are usually made in autumn and winter.” In terms of post-production, Alex only uses Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom and Photoshop. “I’ve developed

“Lastly, my truck affords me the ability to not only live

my own set of techniques over the years that are

on-location for extended periods, but to access remote

completely non-destructive, allowing me to go back and

photography, both by teaching other photographers my

locations that have seldom been photographed – so that

make changes at any step in the process. This allows me

trade, in the field and online, and by selling my images.”

has to be counted among my gear as well.

to hone the images very precisely.

In 2016, Alex also won the USA Landscape Photographer

“I like to shoot in any sort of light or time of day

“Most of the processing is centred around creating

of the Year competition and the Epson Pano Awards

that evokes a certain mood. Obviously many landscape

or emphasising certain atmospheres, through the

Photographer of the Year. He uses a Nikon D600 with Nikkor

photographers shoot at the edge of day for the colourful

use of light and colour. Although I try to finish every

16-35mm f4, 50mm f1.8, and 70-200mm f4 VR lenses.

and dynamic nature of the light. However, I’ll shoot

image with the care required to make large prints,

anytime that anything interesting is happening – be it

I do acknowledge that the vast majority of viewers

allegiance, but because it combines the incredible

stormy spotlighting, a whiteout or foggy and overcast

will only ever see them digitally, so I am very mindful

dynamic range of Sony’s sensors with rugged, weather-

blues – anytime I can capture an atmosphere that is out of

of my web output as well.

sealed reliability. I’ve abused my Nikons with rain, snow,

the ordinary. You won’t find many colourful sunsets in my

sleet, ice, dust, dirt, mud and even head-to-toe ocean

portfolio, nor will you find blue skies on a sunny day.”

“I love Nikon not because I have any particular brand

waves, with zero failures thus far. “I also love my Really Right Stuff tripod which I recently downsized to the TQC-14 travel size to save weight when

While Alex acknowledges there are plenty of places

“I want to continue finding my own unique images that represent my love of certain landscapes and moods, and to continue exploring North America. As long as I’m

around the world he could visit, he loves the freedom of

making new images that excite me, business and career

traveling in his own vehicle and being able to live out of

advancements will follow.”

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First Place | The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016

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Alex Noriega


The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016 | First Place

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Alex Noriega


First Place | The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016

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Alex Noriega


The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016 | First Place

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Alex Noriega


Second Place | The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016

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Kath Salier AUSTRALIA


The International Landscape PhotographER of the Year 2016 | Third Place

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Peter Poppe BELGIUM


The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

Hougaard Malan SO UTH AFRICA

Hougaard MalAn is a professional landscape

a D810 and I’m very happy with it. If Canon brings out

photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa.

something better, then I’ll jump ship again in the blink of

“I’m fortunate to have two of the world’s most amazing landscapes on my doorstep; the Namibian Desert and South

“What really makes my life easier when out shooting

Africa’s Drakensberg mountain range. I try to visit both these

in the field is a good backpack, tripod and an L-bracket.

iconic areas each year, as well as exploring something new.”

I’m much keener on specific brands when it comes to my

Hougaard says that like many nature and landscape

accessories. I can’t live without an L-Bracket, my Lee filters,

photographers, he didn’t plan his career. “It sort of just happened due to my passion for photography

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an eye. I use whatever produces the best image quality.

Fstop backpack or Gitzo Systematic and Traveller tripods. “ In terms of shooting technique, Hougaard tries not to

overpowering all my other interests. Then, over the years I

be too dependent on a wide-angle lens and red skies as he

have learned what to do to make a living out of it, such as

says this is just an excuse to neglect composition.

good relationships with my local publishing industry and by helping all the hobbyists get the iconic shots.

“I’m always searching for striking lines and shapes and when I find them, then I will try to wait for complimentary

“I’m pretty happy with where I am at the moment.

light. What I really love about the Drakensberg is that you

I went through a creative slump from 2012–2015, but I

can get as many great shots in midday light as you can at

feel that I am through it and producing better work than

sunrise and sunset.

ever. I’m making solid efforts to photograph areas that are unknown to the world. “For instance, I got to know the landscapes of Namibia

“Africa is definitely challenging to work in. Many popular places are dangerous to shoot at and safety is always a concern. One has to try and be creative while constantly

during the great floods of 2011, but I didn’t really know it as

scanning the horizon for suspicious characters looking to

a photographic destination. I now know every corner of it

nab your gear. Luckily, not all places are like this, but many

like my own backyard and I am patiently awaiting the next

are and it puts a strain on the creative process.”

flood year to capture the world’s most photogenic desert with an abundance of green grass and storm clouds.” Hougaard says he’s not a loyalist when it comes to

In terms of post-production, Hougaard says he tries to keep his images looking as natural as possible. “Some situations obviously require a bit more attention

camera gear, choosing to shoot with the equipment that

than others to match what the original scene looked like.

gets him the results he needs. “I shot with the Canon EOS

There’s always some contrast and colour enhancement,

5D Mark II for many years and jumped ship to Nikon without

minor Orton effect and some blending of bracketed

hesitation when they released the D800. I currently own

exposures where required.”


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Second Place | The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

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Simone Cmoon Switzerland


The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016 | Third Place

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Eberhard Ehmke

Germany


The Black & White Award | The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

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Guy Havell Australia


The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016 | The Dominant Sky Award

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Leonardo Papèra

ITALY


The South America Award | The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

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Kalan Robb Australia


The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016 | The Squarial Award

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Ignacio Palacios

Australia


The Waterfall Award | The International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2016

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Hougaard Malan SOUTH AFRICA


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Amarate Tansawet

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Hans Strand

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Kath Salier

81

Rachael Smith

107

Adam Williams

30

Guy Havell

56

Kath Salier

82

Riccardo Lucidi

108

Hougaard Malan

31

Alec Moustris

57

Kay Hathway

83

Roberto Marchegiani

109

Alex Noriega

32

Ignacio Palacios

58

Alex Noriega

84

Samuel Feron

110

Brad Smith

33

Ignacio Palacios

59

Max Foster

85

Samuel Feron

111

Ben Goode

34

Ignacio Palacios

60

Alex Noriega

86

Stephen King

112

Antwan Janssen

35

Ignacio Palacios

61

Alex Noriega

87

Yan Kurniawan

113

Glen Parker

36

Ignacio Palacios

62

Alex Noriega

88

Scott McCook

114

Chris Williams

37

Ignacio Palacios

63

Matt Anderson

89

Scott McCook

115

Fabio Antenore

38

Jefflin Ling

64

Leonardo Papèra

90

Simon Roppel

116

Cory Marshall

39

Isabelle Bacher

65

Leonardo Papèra

91

Simone Cmoon

117

Cory Marshall

40

Jannick Clausen

66

Leonardo Papèra

92

Xabier Mata

118

Danial Abdullah

41

Jannick Clausen

67

John Lucarelli

93

Tomasz Susul

119

Dietmar Herzog

42

Guy Havell

68

Leonardo Papèra

94

Vladimir Alekseev

120

Dietmar Herzog

43

Jeremy Barrett

69

Lukas Moesch

95

Warren Keelan

121

Eberhard Ehmke

44

Jeremy Barrett

70

Manu Allicot

96

Warren Keelan

122

Francis Pisani

45

Kath Salier

71

Paddy Scott

97

Warren Keelan

123

Dag Ole Nordhaug

46

Juan Pablo de Miguel

72

Mohammad Rahman

98

Thierry Bornier

124

Enrico Fossati

47

Ignacio Palacios

73

Martin Rak

99

Roger Wandless

125

Franco Cappellari

48

Jordan Cantelo

74

Peta North

100

Xuehua Jiang

126

Florian Gruet

49

Jordan Cantelo

75

Paul Hoelen

101

Xuehua Jiang

127

Craig George

50

Juan Pablo de Miguel

76

Peter Poppe

102

Yi Sun

128

Glenn Mckimmin

51

Krzysztof Browko

77

Peter Poppe

103

Ignacio Palacios

129

Grant Galbraith

52

Kalan Robb

78

Peter Poppe

104

Grant Galbraith

53

Kath Salier

79

Peter Poppe

105

Greg Hanlon

54

Kath Salier

80

Pierre Destribats

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Amarate Tansawet Thailand

Lake Baikal, Russian Federation

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Adam Williams Australia

Country NSW, Australia

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Hougaard Malan South Africa

Ruacana Falls, Northern Namibia

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Alex Noriega United States

A winter sunrise at Crater Lake, Oregon, USA

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Brad Smith Australia

Cable Beach, Broome, WA, Australia

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Ben Goode Australia

Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills, SA, Australia

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Antwan Janssen Netherlands

Hamnoy, Lofoten Island, Norway

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Glen Parker Australia

Iceland

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Chris Williams United States

A very early morning sunrise on the big island of Hawaii, USA

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Fabio Antenore Switzerland

Mer de Glace, France

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Cory Marshall United States

Bisti Badlands, New Mexico, USA

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Cory Marshall United States

Mt. Tamalpais State Park, California, USA

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Danial Abdullah Malaysia

Lake Matheson Track, West Coast, New Zealand

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Dietmar Herzog Austria

Bluebells in Hallerbos, Belgium

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Dietmar Herzog Austria

Heringsloch Gorge, Saxon Switzerland, Germany

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Eberhard Ehmke Germany

Bergwinkel, Hessen, Germany

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Francis Pisani Australia

Jokulsarlon Beach, Iceland

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Dag Ole Nordhaug Norway

South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

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Enrico Fossati Italy

Assininboine Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada

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Franco Cappellari Italy

Aerial image of the Tungna River, Iceland

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Florian Gruet France

Roquebrune Cap Martin, France

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Craig George Australia

Makers Workshop, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

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Glenn Mckimmin Australia

Hawkesbury River, NSW. Australia

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Grant Galbraith Australia

Bombo Quarry, Bombo, NSW, Australia

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Grant Galbraith Australia

Bombo Quarry, Bombo, NSW, Australia

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Greg Hanlon Australia

Beyond the coast of Zadar, Croatia

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Hans Strand Sweden

River delta and two gulls, Iceland

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Guy Havell Australia

Cribinau off the coast of Anglesey, Wales

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Alec Moustris Greece

Cyclades Islands, Iraklia, Greece

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Marismas del Guadalquivir, Spain

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Torres del Paine, Chile

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Frozen lake in Iceland

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Marismas del Guadalquivir, Spain

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Lenticular cloud, Torres del Paine, Chile

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Jefflin Ling Malaysia

Iceland

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Isabelle Bacher Norway

The majestic mountain Hjorthfjellet on Spitsbergen, Norway

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Jannick Clausen Australia

Small plantation forest outside the city Odense in Denmark

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Jannick Clausen Australia

The Castle “Valdemars Slot”, Denmark

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Guy Havell Australia

Ingjaldsholl Church, Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

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Jeremy Barrett United Kingdom

Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland, England

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Jeremy Barrett United Kingdom

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor, Devon, England

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Kath Salier Australia

Mt Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia

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Juan Pablo de Miguel Spain

Athabasca Glacier, Rocky Mountains, Canada

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Ignacio Palacios Australia

Icebergs on beach, Iceland

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Jordan Cantelo Australia

Mt Cook National Park, New Zealand

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Jordan Cantelo Australia

Franz Josef, Mt Cook National Park, New Zealand

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Juan Pablo de Miguel Spain

Pyramid Lake, Rocky Mountains, Canada

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Krzysztof Browko Poland

Church of St Primus and Felician in Jamnik, Slovenia

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Kalan Robb Australia

Mirador in El Alto, Bolivia

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Kath Salier Australia

Iceland

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Kath Salier Australia

Flakstadoya Beach, Norway

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Kath Salier Australia

Ice cave near Jokulsarlon, Iceland

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Kath Salier Australia

Near Lofoten, Norway

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Kay Hathway Australia

Philosopher Falls, Tasmania, Australia

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Alex Noriega United States

Trees emerge from a meadow covered in thirteen feet of snow, Mount Rainier, Washington, USA

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Max Foster United States

Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

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Alex Noriega United States

Queets Rainforest, Washington, USA

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Alex Noriega United States

Colorado Plateau, USA

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Alex Noriega United States

Wind and golden light on the sand dunes of Death Valley, California, USA

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Matt Anderson United States

Pyramid Peak, Amargosa Mountain Range, Death Valley National Park, California, USA

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Leonardo Papèra Italy

Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites, Belluno, Italy

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Leonardo Papèra Italy

Godafoss, Nordurland, Iceland

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Leonardo Papèra Italy

Kirkjufell, Grundarfjordur, Snaefellsness Peninsula, Iceland

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John Lucarelli United States

Newport Beach, California, USA

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Leonardo Papèra Italy

Tellaro, Liguria, Italy

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Lukas Moesch Switzerland

Klausenpass, Kanton Uri, Switzerland

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Manu Allicot France

Isle of Skye, Scotland

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Paddy Scott United Kingdom

Simons Seat, Yorkshire Dales, UK

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Mohammad Rahman Australia

The Padma River, Rajbari, Bangladesh

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Martin Rak Czech Republic

Central Bohemia, Czech Republic

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Peta North Australia

Cockburn Market Garden, WA, Australia

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Paul Hoelen Australia

Lake Lefroy, WA, Australia

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Peter Poppe Belgium

Sandwich Harbour, near Swakopmund, Namibia

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Peter Poppe Belgium

Sandwich Harbour, near Swakopmund, Namibia

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Peter Poppe Belgium

Deadvlei, Sossusvlei, Namibia

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Peter Poppe Belgium

Deadvlei, Sossusvlei, Namibia

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Pierre Destribats France

Finnish Lapland close to the Russian border, Finland

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Rachael Smith New Zealand

Birdlings Flat, Te Mata Hapuku, Canterbury, New Zealand

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Riccardo Lucidi Italy

Piano Grande di Castelluccio di Norcia, Sibillini National Park, Italy

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Roberto Marchegiani Italy

Castelluccio in Winter, Sibillini National Park, Italy

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Samuel Feron France

Aurora Borealis in the north of Iceland

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Samuel Feron France

North Iceland

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Stephen King Hong Kong

Futami, Mie, Japan

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Yan Kurniawan Australia

Richmond Lowlands, NSW Australia

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Scott McCook Australia

Southern Alps, New Zealand

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Scott McCook Australia

Dirk Hartog Island, WA, Australia

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Simon Roppel Switzerland

Southern Greenland

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Simone Cmoon Switzerland

Lofoten, Norway

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Xabier Mata Australia

Figures on snow, Spain

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Tomasz Susul Poland

Glacier du Geant and Dent du Geant, France

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Vladimir Alekseev Russian Federation

Svalbard Archipelago near Nordenskiรถld Glacier, Norway

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Warren Keelan Australia

A wave comes alive under an eerie sunrise, South Coast, NSW, Australia

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South Coast, NSW, Australia

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A jelly-like wave curls in multiple layers over a shallow reef, NSW South Coast, Australia

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Thierry Bornier China

Fujian, China

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Roger Wandless New Zealand

Wanaka, New Zealand

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Xuehua Jiang CANADa

River delta, south coast, Iceland

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Skeleton Coast, Namibia

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Yi Sun United Kingdom

Koehn Lake, California, USA

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Chamonix, France

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Photographer Glenn McKimmin is as passionate as we are about photography. Taking over from legendary Australian photographer Ken Duncan, Glenn reinvented Created For Life, turning it into a state of the art facility that offers sophisticated printing, mounting and framing. And naturally Ken Duncan continues to use Created For Life for his own work, along with other professional photographers like Luke Shadbolt and Charles Davis. However, the new focus of Created For Life is to print and frame for everyone and readers such as yourself are invited to try its services.

Sending Files Most customers send their files to Created For Life via the internet and full instructions on preparing your files can be found on its website – essentially you need to re-size your flattened files as JPEGs or TIFFs, depending on the size of the print you want. However, many customers are also sending in their raw files, along with broad instructions of what they want the final image to look like. Created For Life then works on the raw file and sends you back your finished file and print. “A lot of people try Photoshop themselves,” explained Glenn, “but no matter how many hours they spend, it’s difficult to be as good as someone who does it for a living. Lately a lot of people have been seeing the advantages of employing someone to do the editing for them and Created For Life has several expert editors available to refine your images.”

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Explained Glenn, “We exclusively use Hahnemuhle paper and large format Epson machines, offering prints up to 44-inches wide on the full range of Hahnemuhle surfaces.” Created For Life also offers Chromajet Metallic papers and they have an Epson Sure Lab, the most advanced dry lab in the world. “This will open us to the wedding and portrait market as well, offering bulk printing at affordable prices. “However, at present, most of our clients are producing prints for display on a wall. Some make five prints a year, some make 5000 prints, but we’re seeing that the industry has changed a lot in recent years. “It used to be that people would buy another photographer’s work to put on the wall, but now they want to put up their own photographs. The market has shifted to a DIY, which means not only do we need to offer printing, but mounting and framing as well.”

Seeing is Believing So, once you have a beautiful print, how do you mount and frame it? Created For Life has a myriad of ideas and options, from simple mounts to incredibly elegant frames from Bellini. “We have changed the way you view framing. Normally a framing shop is small and crowded with hundreds of samples on the wall, but it can be hard to get a sense of what is possible. “At Created For Life, we’ve created a purposedesigned gallery that displays a range of frames and mouldings because nothing works as well as seeing the real thing hanging on a wall.” The Created For Life showroom is impressive and will also host customers’ own exhibitions

from time to time. And with 40,000 cars driving past the gallery each day, it’s in a prime location in Erina.

Mounting Before hanging or framing, prints generally need to be mounted and Created For Life offers a range of options, from acrylic face mounting to Dibond, aluminium and stretched canvases. These can be hung directly on a wall without a frame if desired and many people like this modern look. For inkjet media, Gatorfoam is all that’s needed to produce a super flat surface. “Inkjet paper is not going to pick up any of the irregularities of the backing board, and so it looks super flat on Gatorfoam.” Acrylic face mounting can also look sensational on a wall, especially with polished edges and backed with Dibond up to 19 millimetres deep. And of course there is the popular canvas – there are lots of examples to choose from on the Created For Life website, including a series of small videos to give you a better feel for exactly what you’re ordering.

Framing Of course Created For Life offers a full range of frames, from inexpensive practical designs right up to the finest quality, Italian-made Bellini frames. “Bellini is a fourth-generation moulding manufacturer that offers the most incredible moulds you have ever seen. It lets us push

custom framing beyond anything seen in Australia before.” To choose your frames, you can visit the Created For Life website, but there’s also a fulltime consultant who you can talk to in person or on the phone. According to Glenn, the most popular Bellini frames are the bold, boxy 180-series, and the Balinese wood look series B145 can also look stunning. “And don’t forget the Roma Elite, the most desirable moulding in the world!” Created For Life has one of the most extensive ranges of custom framing in the country, as well as an extensive range of photo frames and family gallery ‘ready-made’ frames. “We sell lots of frames simply because people can see how good they look at full size. Having the gallery is a game changer for the industry and there’s no one else like us in Australia.” And no matter where you are in Australia, you can use the services of Created For Life. They have truly mastered the art of packaging and posting large framed prints all over the world – remember, they handle Ken Duncan’s work as well. “Our aim is to be the finest producer of finished photographic printing and framing in Australia, and with the connections we have with Bellini and Hahnemuhle, we are also using the finest materials available.” And with over 200 years of experience with their lab and framing staff, you too can be assured of a great result. Take a look at the Created For Life website: www.createdforlife.com

Glenn McKimmin Glenn ran Created For Life for four years before he purchased it with a partner from Ken Duncan. He also worked for three years as Ken’s assistant. A consummate professional photographer, Glenn’s passion is for landscapes and teaching others how to create great images. He is now the sole owner of Created For Life.

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DAVID BURNETT (born Salt Lake City, Utah 1946) He learned photography at the Olympus High yearbook, and later shot pictures (mostly sports) at Colorado College (BA Poli Sci ‘68.) He began working as a freelancer for Time, and later Life magazine in the late 1960s spending two years covering the war in Vietnam. Following the demise of Life Magazine weekly, he joined the French photo agency Gamma and subsequently, in 1975 he co-founded Contact Press Images, in New York. His work for news magazines in Europe and the US has included politics, sports, and portraiture as well as the news. He has covered every Summer Olympic Games since 1984, as well as the 2002 and recent 2014 Sochi Winter Games, and photographed every American President since John F Kennedy. His awards include ‘Magazine Photographer of the Year’ from the Pictures of the Year Competition, the ‘World Press Photo of the Year’, and the Robert Capa Gold Medal from the Overseas Press Club. He has produced photographic essays for Time, Fortune, GEO, Paris-Match and ESPN Magazine. He served on the World Press Jury in 1997, 1999, and chaired the jury in 2011. He also taught the World Press “Joop Swart Master Class” in 2007. He is the author of two photographic books: “Soul Rebel – An Intimate Portrait of Bob Marley,” and “44 Days: Iran and the Remaking of the World,” pictures taken during the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He calls New York home, but is at home anywhere there is a good story.

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JIM M. GOLDSTEIN is a professional photographer, author, and educator based in San Francisco, California. Passionate about nature and the environment, Jim infuses elements of the natural world into his commercial and editorial work. A member of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Jim produces the highest quality photography for both commercial clients and fine art photography collectors. Jim is the author of the eBook “Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time” and has published numerous articles in Digital Photo Pro, Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography and several other publications and blogs. “How do you pursue getting an adrenaline rush? I’m not a skydiver, I haven’t joined a fight club, and I don’t extreme plank. I get an adrenaline rush being behind a camera, taking visually engaging and thought provoking images. “Specifically I love nature, colour, minimalism and challenging convention. I strive to see and feel subtlety, while keeping an eye open for the bold. “If you like standing where the view takes your breath away take a step closer and I’ll show you something amazing.”

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Kaye Davis NZIPP GRAND MASTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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Kaye DAVIS has close to 20 years experience as a photographer, following many years immersed in the creative industry of fashion and design. It was during her time studying for the fashion industry that saw her first experience the wonders of the darkroom, a love she went back to when deciding to retrain in photography many years later. Since then, she has worked as a freelance photographer, undertaking wedding, portrait and commercial photography. Now working as a full-time Senior Lecturer on the Bachelor of Applied Visual Imaging (UCOL, Palmerston North, New Zealand), she also gives back to the industry through writing a regular column for The Photographer’s Mail, as an international judge, a position on the NZIPP Board and as current Chair of the NZIPP Honours Council. Kaye’s practice now revolves around photographic art and a love of landscape, still life, illustrative and portraiture. Career highlights include Epson/NZIPP Professional Photographer of the Year 2013 (New Zealand), Illustrative Photographer of the Year 2013 (Australia), Creative Photographer of the Year 2014, 2013 and 2011 (New Zealand). “I absolutely love being part of this amazing profession and I’m constantly amazed and inspired by the passion, creativity and talent that exists at all levels. “As an artist, photography is my medium of choice for expressing and interpreting the wonders of nature and the world around me, and I love that I am constantly learning about the art of photography.”

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Tim Parkin LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER, ON LANDSCAPE MAGAZINE EDITOR

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Tim Parkin is On Landscape online photography magazine’s editor and, along with Joe Cornish, co-founder. Originally a computer engineer with a PhD, he has worked extensively in publishing, the internet and the music industry, but today Tim is immersed in all aspects of the art and craft. While his background means he is completely comfortable with digital photography and post-production, he chooses to shoot a lot of his landscape work on film using large format cameras. “Our original goal for On Landscape was to create something dedicated to the people we both meet on a fairly regular basis. The amateurs who spend all of their spare time in the field, the semi-professionals trying to make a living from this misunderstood occupation and the full timers who have managed to build themselves a niche in a challenging business field. “At the end of the day my photography is about learning; learning to see, learning to take pictures, learning about other photographers. This process also becomes a conversation with other photographers (who tend to be a nice bunch mostly) and this engagement is satisfying in itself.”

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Luke Austin 2015 INTERNATIONAL LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR WINNER

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Luke Austin is an Australian born landscape and nature photographer currently based in Perth, Western Australia. Luke has spent time travelling and photographing throughout Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States of America. Luke is constantly out looking for new compositions, view points and subject matter to photograph while continually refining and developing his photographic techniques. “I have always felt a strong connection with the environment. My passion is creating images that capture the amazing landscapes of our world. In doing this I endeavour to bring the beauty of nature to the attention of others and I strive to move the viewer to feel what I felt at the time of capture. When I am on location I relax in the environment and immerse myself in the surroundings. I am then able to absorb the intricate details, subtle light and form of the landscape. It is these times when I am out and about with camera in tow that I feel truly free.� Luke was the winner of the 2015 International Landscape Photographer of the Year and as such has been invited to be on the 2016 judging panel.

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Peter Eastway G.M. PHOTOG., HON. FAIPP, HON FNZIPP, MNZIPP, FAIPP CHAIRMAN OF JUDGES

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Peter Eastway has been involved in landscape photography, photography competitions and judging for over 30 years. He was the Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photography Award Chairman for six years, is the Head Judge for the International Loupe Awards, and has judged internationally around the world. Peter has won many awards for his photography. In 1996 and 1998 he was the AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year. He was Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year in 1995, 1996 and 1998, Australian Illustrative Photographer of the Year in 2004, and NSW Professional Photographer of the Year in 1995, 1996, 2004 and 2010. He has also won the Grand Award for the Commercial Category at the 2005 and 2008 WPPI Exhibition in Las Vegas. Peter’s passion is for landscapes, portraiture and the printed page. He is the publisher of Better Photography magazine and website. Peter’s work is so respected that Lonely Planet chose him to write their international photography guide book on landscape photography. More recently he featured in the Tales By Light television series, as seen on the Australian National Geographic Channel in partnership with Canon Australia. It is now available on Netflix. Peter is an AIPP Grand Master of Photography, one of only a dozen or so in the world and earned from a career spanning nearly 40 years. His role in the International Landscape Photographer of the Year awards is as chairman of judges and he will not be scoring the images himself.

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The International Landscape Photographer of the Year • Cash prize of US $5,000 and trophy. • Printed copy of International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book • 2nd Place – Cash prize of US $1,000 and trophy

Third Edition Published August 2016 ISBN 978-0-9586237-3-5 Book Design: Kathie Eastway Writer: Peter Eastway Published by Pt78 Pty Ltd ABN 75 003 152 136 PO Box 351 Collaroy Beach NSW 2097 AUSTRALIA Phone: 61 2 9971 6857 Fax: 61 2 9971 6641

• Smaller printed copy of the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book • 3rd Place – Cash prize of US $500 and trophy • Smaller printed copy of the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book

International Landscape Photograph of the Year • Cash prize of US $2,000 and trophy • Inclusion and feature in the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book • Printed copy of International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book

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• 2nd Place – Cash prize of US $1,000 and trophy • Smaller printed copy of the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book • 3rd Place – Cash prize of US $500 and trophy • Smaller printed copy of the International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Book

Special Prize Winners • Each Special Prize Winner will have their image produced as a one metre wide print, presented on aluminium or behind acrylic as they choose, and a trophy. • Photobooks prizes proudly printed by Momento; framed print prizes by Created for Life.


International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016  

The official catalogue for the competition, presenting the top 101 landscape photographs of the year, plus the winning photograph and photog...

International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016  

The official catalogue for the competition, presenting the top 101 landscape photographs of the year, plus the winning photograph and photog...

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