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Kiwi Landscape Photo Competition Opens

Kiwi Landscape Photo Competition Opens

AUCKLAND, August 15

Capture the essence of Kiwi landscapes throughout the seasons and your work could soon be hanging in thousands of homes across New Zealand.

D-Photo magazine is on the hunt for brilliant amateur landscape photographers to help create a beautiful 12-month calendar dedicated to this unique land we live in.

The publication is now looking for landscapes - or cityscapes, seascapes, starscapes, etc. – that conjure the spirit of each of the four seasons in Aotearoa.

The twelve best images will to be selected for publication in a calendar that will ship out free to D-Photo’s thousands of subscribers with issue 51.

Entries are now open and can be submitted online at - the competition is open to amateur photographers who are residents of New Zealand only, and each photographer may submit one image per season.

The deadline for submissions is Friday, September 21.

Visit for more details.


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