Greg du Toit meets the media at the awards ceremony after being named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013.
WPY in the media
Wildlife Photographer of the Year press and media coverage
The WPY competition attracts a high level of coverage in the global press every year, with winning images and photographers appearing online, in print and on television and radio around the globe.
The competition message reaches an average of over 800 million people annually.
Press exposure for winning photographers is career-changing, as the WPY 2013 grand title winners explain:
Greg du Toit: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013
“Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 has been an amazing experience for me. Since winning the competition my image - and as a result, the rest of my work - has been seen by millions of people in the world’s press, and on international television. I have been interviewed by journalists from all around the globe and my image has appeared in some of the world’s best-selling newspapers and magazines. It has been a great experience and has increased my profile as a wildlife photographer in a way that no other photography award could.”
Udayan Rao Pawar: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013
“Winning the competition has opened so many doors for me. My work has now been recognised on an international level and I have had the good fortune to be featured in the Indian national press, as well as in international newspapers and on worldwide television stations. This exposure really means a lot to me at this early stage of my career and I feel very lucky to have been given this opportunity.”
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