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Share the View - International Nature Photo Contest
Entry Period
October 15, 2018 -
December 5, 2018
$1,000 Grand Prize
$2,500 in 10 prizes
Renowned Judges
Amy Gulick, George Lepp, Boyd Norton

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Our Judges for 2017

Amy Gulick

Amy Gulick
Amy Gulick is an award-winning nature photographer and writer, and a Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers. Her images and stories have been featured in Outdoor Photographer, National Wildlife, Audubon and other publications. Her work in Alaska has received numerous honors including the Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award from the Alaska Conservation Foundation and the Voice of the Wild Award from the Alaska Wilderness League. Her book, Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest, is the recipient of an Independent Publisher Book Award and two Nautilus Book Awards.
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George Lepp

George Lepp
One of North America's best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers and a leader in the field of digital imaging, Lepp is the author of many books and the field editor of both Digital Photo and Outdoor Photographer magazine, where his "Tech Tips" column is widely read. His work is extensively published and exhibited, and his stock photography is represented by Getty Images, Corbis, and Photo Researchers.

Lepp is one of the first members of Canon USA's Explorers of Light and Printmasters programs, featuring the industry's most influential photographers. Lepp has presented hundreds of lectures and led workshops all over the world.

Lepp has won many awards for his work, including the Photographic Society of America's prestigious Progress Award. First trained in wildlife and wildlands management, Lepp later earned a BA and an honorary MSc from Brooks Institute of Photography.

George and his wife Kathryn have just released a new book, Wildlife Photography: Stories from the Field, published by Lark Books (Sterling). George lives in Big Bend, Oregon and can be contacted through his web site,

Boyd Norton

Boyd Norton
Boyd Norton is the author/photographer of 17 books, ranging in topics from African elephants to mountain gorillas, from Siberia’s Lake Baikal to the Serengeti ecosystem. A recent book, Serengeti: The Eternal Beginning won praise from Jane Goodall, Richard Engel of NBC News, Ed Begley Jr.

His newest book is Conservation Photography Handbook: How to Save the World One Photo at a Time, with a Foreword by Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club.

Boyd is the Recipient of the Sierra Club’s 2015 Ansel Adams award for Conservation Photography. In 2010 Outdoor Photography Magazine in Great Britain listed him as “One of the 40 most influential nature photographers from around the globe.”

Boyd has been leading the battle to save the Serengeti ecosystem from destructive developments. He is co-founder and co-director of Serengeti Watch, a 501(c) 3 non-profit for preserving the Serengeti ecosystem.

He has served on the Board of Trustees for the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, devoted to saving the last mountain gorillas. He wrote and photographed the book, The Mountain Gorilla (Voyageur Press, 1990) with a Foreword by Betty White.

He is a Founder and Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and a Founder and Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers.

He is one of the founders of the Hells Canyon Preservation Council started in 1967. HCPC played a major role in establishing the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area and Wilderness.

In 1972 he was selected by the Environmental Protection Agency to be one of 50 photographers nationwide to participate in Project DOCUMERICA, a multi-year, intensive documentation of the state of the American Environment. Several hundred of his photographs are now in the National Archives, in Washington, DC.

Books in progress: Perfect Money a novel, and Tickling the Dragon’s Tail: How I Once Blew Up a Nuclear Reactor and Went On To Save Wilderness Worldwide a memoir.
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