World’s Worst Travel Photographer 2012 – Simon Reeve tells us what he’s looking for
Throughout the competition, we'll have loads of hints and tips from our expert judges on how to AVOID being the World's Worst Travel Photographer. But there's plenty of time for practice. Here Simon Reeve tells us what he'll be looking for in your travel snaps.
Adventurer, TV presenter and best-selling author Simon Reeve has travelled to over 110 countries while filming the BBC series Equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, and most recently, Indian Ocean. He’s worked alongside some incredibly talented travel photographers and has seen some of the world’s most photogenic places. Now Simon, as part of our panel of judges, will be judging your worst travel snaps in our cheeky new competition to find the World’s Worst Travel Photographer.
What will Simon be looking for in the World’s Worst Travel Photographer? Let him tell you himself...
Think this sounds like you? Enter your travel snap bloopers to win some amazing prizes – there’s a Fuji X-S1 Camera worth more than £500 to be won thanks to Dixon’s, along with photography courses, books and travel vouchers. Let’s face it, if you’re entering this competition, you can probably use as much practice as you can get!
As TV presenter, Simon has had plenty of practice visiting far flung and exotic places. He’s travelled around the globe three times, following the Equator, the Tropic of Cancer, and the Tropic of Capricorn, and has visited countries that don’t officially exist. Where else has Simon been?
Stay tuned to this blog for more hints and tips from Simon Reeve along with the rest of our judging panel, including iPhoneography expert Kirsten Alana, award-winning photographer Anthony Cullen, travel writer and photographer Max Wooldridge, and founder of the Travel Photographer of the Year competition (the one for talented folk) Chris Coe.
Think you have what it takes to be the World's Worst Travel Photographer? Send us your worst travel pics now!
This competition is now closed for entries. Thanks to everyone who sent their crapsnaps our way.