Scuba News DPG and Wetpixel rebrand Our World Underwater imaging contest

DPG and Wetpixel rebrand Our World Underwater imaging contest

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Wetpixel and DivePhotoGuide have announced the rebranding of the Our World Underwater imaging contest. From this year, it has become the DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition.

Since its inception in 2006, the contest has been an opportunity to compete globally with some of the world’s most-accomplished image makers. For those that have placed in it, this is a pinnacle achievement and marks an entry into the membership of a very exclusive group of underwater image makers.

The DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition will incorporate the same high standards and in order to ensure that these are maintained, they rely on the continuing excellence of their judging panel. For 2020, David Doubilet, Stephen Frink, Erin Quigley, Scott ‘Gutsy’ Tuason, Keri Wilk and Tony Wu will have the unenviable task of trying to rank the amazing imagery that is submitted.

For those awarded in this year’s DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition, there is a prize fund worth over US$55,000, provided by a stellar array of sponsors.

The DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition is open for entries (https://underwatercompetition.com/Register) now, with a closing date of 8 February 2020.

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