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Published Work by Greg du Toit - Page 2

As a wildlife photographer, I am regularly published in various mediums. On this page I share some of my published work, including honors received in various local and international photographic competitions:

I was delighted when my 'Zebra Waterhole' image was selected to represent the month of June in the annual BBC Wildlife Calendar 2011.

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I am passionate about the fact that local communities need to be looked after. Not only for humanitarian purposes but also to ensure that Africa's last remaining and functioning ecosystems survive. How sad it will be when the only wildlife Africa has, is all inside protected parks? A portfolio detailing a few of these thoughts was published in Travel Africa magazine (Summer 2011).

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An interview by Alex Baker exposed the spiritual side to my photography...

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Three of my images featured in the 2011 Getaway Calendar including my 'Impala Suckling' image which featured on the cover...
The Sunday Times featured a story on my work and titled the article 'Endangered Species' alluding not only to my subject of an endangered Black Rhino, but also to the fact that photographers like myself are 'endangered'. Nice sentiment!

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My 'Golden Rhino Forest' image was awarded a Gerald Durrell Award for endangered wildlife in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest. This image toured as part of the endangered category of the exhibit - to raise awareness for endangered species. The exhibit was seen by over 2,5 million people worldwide.
The above 'Golden Rhino Forest' image appeared as a double-page spread in the Portfolio 20 - 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' coffee-table publication.
Scotland's Daily Record featured my 'Frog's Eye View' story as a double spread with the headline reading 'Gutsy Greg spent months in water with lions...'
I was pleased to feature in the Expo component of the European based Nikon Pro Magazine.

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Go magazine invited me to contribute a portfolio in Feb 2011. I chose to theme my portfolio on water.

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I was delighted when my 'waterhole' story featured on the Outdoor Photographer website. The MailOnline World News feature created quite a stir. The story describes that I submerged myself in a waterhole for 3 months...
OutdoorPhoto published a glossy coffee-table book and I was invited to contribute a selection of images. About 10 of my images made it into the final selection and were published...
An article featuring my work appeared on page 3 of the Uk's Independant Newspaper. The article was titled 'Ready for your Close-up' and featured my close-up shots of free ranging lion in Kenya's Rift Valley.

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I was proud to contribute a portfolio of a few of my most iconic images to the award winning Sawubona Magazine (the infight magazine for South African Airways). This portfolio appeared in the June/July 2011 issue.

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A portfolio of my work appeared in the Guardian online as well as an article in the same UK paper.

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The 'Wild Dog Dawn' image features as a double spread in the Feb 2010 Africa Geographic publication.

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The Getaway Gallery is a monthly competition hosted by the Getaway Magazine based out of Cape Town. The winning images published each month are selected for the final round of annual judging. Being the oldest public photographic competition on the continent, the gallery is celebrating its 21st birthday this year! Over the years, the competition has drawn creative entries from across Africa and this year three of my images placed in the top ten. I am also thrilled to have clinched 1st place and the grand prize for 2009.

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This year the Nature's Best portfolio includes 138 images selected from 20 000 entries and 56 different countries. The portfolio is published in a special awards collector's edition of the Nature's Best publication. A selection of these images will be exhibited in the Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C.

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The Nature's Best Photography Awards are hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. The competition celebrates the beauty and diversity of nature through the art of photography. My image titled 'Maasai Enigma' received honors in this year's Nature's Best competition in the Indigenous Cultures category.

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The BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Portfolio 19 is out. This coffee-table book features all the winning and highly commended images from what has become known as the 'most prestigious wildlife competition' in the world. The book showcases the wondrous diversity on our planet.

I am pleased to feature on page 55
My image titled 'Crossing Frenzy' received honors in this years Veolia BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest. A record 43 000 entries were received this year from no fewer than 94 different countries.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine June 2009 Issue

A fun article in BBC Wildlife magazine detailing my exploits in and around a waterhole in Kenya.

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My cover and cover story, the result of 16 months work!

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When Africa Geographic turned 15 years old, they selected their favourite 15 images (one for every year). I was pleased to have my Zebra Dust image selected as part of this prestigious portfolio. I was published alongside a few of my childhood icons.

Cover Photo here by Martin Harvey.

22 months spent living in a house made of clothe and tin, in southern Tanzania, lead to the first ever published photographic portfolio of Ruaha national park.

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When Africa Geographic magazine launched their 'Caught in the Act' photo competition, they requested my Crab Spider image to kick off the competition, which I thought was neat...

My lion project as seen in Africa Geographic.

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