A big thank you to Master Judge Eddy Kinol, for helping select the contest winners. Eddy has a landscape and seascape photography background and has been working with computers in various fields for 40 years. In the past, Eddy owned a gallery in St Ives. Now he is a full-time landscape and seascape photographer, colorist and retoucher. He's regularly designing Presets, LUTs and other kinds of creative assets for Luminar Neo. Eddy shares his passion for post-production in creative photography using Luminar Neo and other software like On1 Photoraw, Photolab, Lightroom, Photoshop, topaz, etc.. on his dedicated French-speaking language YouTube channel.

Whether you're snapping shots of playful dolphins, capturing the serene beauty of the ocean depths, exploring the mysterious world of coral reefs, or just floating around with your camera to catch the perfect reflection, for this photo contest we invited to show off your best seascapes with chances to win a GoPro HERO11 Black camera, a Social Media feature, and 50 VIEWBUG Coins.

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner "DSC_7272 " by romainbarats

"This captivating image is truly exceptional. The underwater shot is stunning, featuring cool hues that enhance the overall appeal. The dynamic movement of the surfer adds a sense of energy and motion to the picture, making it truly impressive." - Eddy Kinol

Congratulations Runner Up "Deep blue sea " by alexmazilu

"I find the framing of this photo quite impressive. The presence of mammals introduces a sense of movement, and the glistening water adds an additional dynamic element to the picture. The deep blue tones are truly remarkable." - Eddy Kinol

Congratulations Runner Up "Sea art " by daliaa

"I admire the turquoise hues of the sea seamlessly blending with the yellow sands, creating distinct layers. The graceful curls in the water introduce a captivating movement that captures my attention. It's a minimalist picture that intricately weaves together various details." - Eddy Kinol

Congratulations People's Choice "bow fiddle rock " by andrewpercival