Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best nature wide angle photos in the Wide Angle In Nature Photo Contest with chances to win a Olloclip Lenses and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Jack Graham for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Jack Graham is a professional photographer with over 23 years of experience, currently leading photo workshops throughout the United States as well as Iceland, Greenland and Canada. He has been published in several popular magazines as well as selling stock photography and Corporate work. He has written three successful eBooks. Jack is a member of the Board of Directors of NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) and was named as an “X” Photographer by the Fuji Corporation. Jack resides near Seattle, Washington, in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest

Grand Jury Winner

"I love the use of the foreground and the drama created in the sky. Great job in not over processing the sky but making it probably close to what it was. It’s all about the lines and light and you nailed each in this image. The image features really 3 levels of different light which is a great effect." - Jack Graham

Runner Up

"Drama, Drama, Drama… great exposure and light. No doubt what the subject is and you nailed it perfectly. Great processing, not overdone but the drama is amazingly good. If you want to give 2 number ones I’d go with this as my second choice for the grand prize however its just a bit ( and a tiny bit) behind the Grand Prize Winner." - Jack Graham

Runner Up

"Well done in every aspect. Love the people there as scale. Well exposed and processed." - Jack Graham

Runner Up

"Wow… what’s not to like! Exposure nailed. Amazing use of light and timing on the Milky Way. The meteor though interesting, to me takes away from the subject and in a big print (which you should make!) will really be distracting. If no meteor this might be the #1 winner as well." - Jack Graham

Runner Up

"This might be one of the best images of the Palouse Falls I’ve seen. I really like the long exposure and composition. This is one of the better images I’ve viewed today." - Jack Graham

Amateur Winner

"This might have been my #1 choice if there were just a bit more reflections of the trees in the still water. This is a very simple image but powerful. Having one lone building really makes this image quite strong." - Jack Graham

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