Treble of Bronze caps first International Pano Awards entry

I'm honoured to have received three Bronze awards in my first foray into The EPSON International Pano Awards with images created in Nashville last year when in the United States for my brother-in-law's wedding, in Las Vegas on a previous visit to America and locally here in Queensland.

The panoramic images, in order as shown above, feature: the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge in Nashville; the Las Vegas Strip at night including hotels and casinos such as the Bellagio Las Vegas and Caesars Palace; and The Luxe Lodge north of Brisbane, photographed under commission from architectural interior designers Ultraspace and luxury builders Stewart Homes.

The Nashville image is a stitched panorama, comprising numerous exposures aligned in post-production to create one massive photograph. At full size, it measures 14,621 pixels on the longest edge.

The other two images are panoramic crops.

All three photographs were awarded in the Open section and Built Environment / Architecture category.

This is the second international photography competition in which my work has been recognised, following on from success in the International Loupe Awards in 2013 and 2014 - a total of one Silver and 11 Bronze - before that contest ceased to continue.

It also continues the Luxe Lodge's award-winning streak, following on from a series of awards won by the designer and builder for the project including the 2016 HIA Kitchen of the Year and many other Queensland and Brisbane region gongs.