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UNDERWATER TOUR AWARDS 2022 PARTNERS WITH TAKE 3 FOR THE SEA Entries open Aug 15 – September 19, 2022

The Underwater Tour Awards welcome photographers from around the globe to take part in a prestigious annual photography competition open for entries August 15 – September 19, 2022.

Darren Jew, Canon Master and competition organiser shares the exciting news. 

The competition showcases and celebrates the art of aquatic photography, with stunning images guaranteed to take us on an underwater tour depicting the wonder of life in aquatic environments. As partners together, The Underwater Tour Awards and Take 3 for the Sea can amplify the wonder of the Underwater World and empower everyone to take 3to protect it.  It just makes sense’.

Jacquie Riddell, CEO of Take 3 for the Sea added

We too are very excited.  Its a perfect match of like-minded organisations and people striving for the same outcome

The annual Awards competition engages with ocean lovers, inspiring adventure and discovery from behind the lens and is the only international underwater photography competition that incorporates an ethics review as part of the judging process plus terms and conditions approved by Photo Watch Dog to ensure fair terms and conditions for both entrants and organisers.

Underwater Tour Awards 2022

Whats New for 22?

A huge thank you to our 2022 prize partners for providing superb rewards for Underwater Tour Awards 2022 winners and there are more announcements to come!

This year we have an extraordinary array of prizes including an Underwater Drone that can take your imaging and exploration down to 100m. So far confirmed gear partners are QYSEA Underwater Drones, CameraPro, INON, SeaLife, Paralenz, Momento Pro and Henderson Greenprene – more to come – our amazing trip partners with more to come are Walindi Plantation Resort, Mike Ball Dive Expeditions, Heron Island and Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort.

In addition to the annual image categories, photographers will find a brand new category –  Reportage: threats, activism, and actions relating to the health of both marine and freshwater eco-systems.  There’s an opt in for individual educational report cards for all participants for these six  prize categories. 

Underwater Tour Awards 2022

The ultimate prize, the Guru Grand Prize will be awarded to the photographer who attains a high level of achievement across 3 or more of the six competition categories. 

We’re maintaining the entry fee at $25 per entry for the image categories, with $3 from every entry being donated to Take 3 for the Sea. 

There’s a new format for the hotly contested People’s Choice Award – a partner ‘take over’ of Take 3s Instagram account with voting by likes!  @take3forthesea  (https://www.instagram.com/take3forthesea/)

Add to which, a new Take 3 Contest will spur engagement amongst the broader ocean-loving community. Open to all, shot on any camera or device, this new novice contest embraces the Take 3 for the Sea message. Photos can be taken above, in, around or under any marine or freshwater area and will be judged by Take 3 on how best they communicate the “Take 3 for the Sea” story.  100% of the $3 entry fee for this particular contest will go to Take 3 for the Sea.   (https://take3.org)

Underwater Tour Awards 2022

For more information on the competition timeline, categories and prizes, head over to underwatertourawards.com.au.  

Thank you from the Underwater Tour & Awards Team – Juliette Myers, Tim Hochgrebe, Darren Jew, Jasmine Carey and Greg Crow.

Adrian Stacey
Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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