First judges for Red Bull Illume 2010 announced First judges for Red Bull Illume 2010 announced 01/15/2010 created by Red Bull Illume Twenty judges from 14 countries have confirmed their participation in the Red Bull Illume Image Quest 2010 and can be announced.They will make up a select panel of photo editors from around the world who have the difficult task of selecting category finalists and winners.So far the panel includes Grant Scott of Professional Photographer magazine (UK), Dylan Doubt of Color Magazine (Canada), Giovanna Calvenzi of Sportweek (Italy), Andy Clark of Reuters (Canada) and Corinne Tâche-Berther from Switzerland's 7Sky Magazine (Switzerland).Photo editors have a unique perspective on images and know what is required for a great shot. Although most of their working day is spent looking at photos, the judges are nonetheless excited about getting involved with Red Bull Illume."It's an amazing project," says Corinne Tâche-Berther, while Grant Scott says he is interested in Red Bull Illume because of, "its commitment to photography on an international platform."The judges will base their decisions on a mix of technical superiority, composition, creativity, impact, artistic flair and overall qualities of photographic excellence. The 20 judges confirmed for the panel to date are:Alleric Mitchell, Inside Sport (Australia)Evgeni Kamenko, MC magazine (Belarus)Dylan Doubt, Color Magazine (Canada)Andy Clark, Reuters (Canada)Jon Scarth, SBC Snowboard (Canada)Jan Sibik, Reflex Magazine (Czech Republic)Eric Colmet Daage (France)Markus Linden, Foto Magazin (Germany)Hans-Peter Junke, Stern View (Germany)Giovanna Calvenzi, Sportweek (Italy)Steve Dickenson, Adventure Magazine (New Zealand)Sergio Urday, Efe (Peru)Kuba Atys, Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland)Corinne Tâche-Berther, 7Sky Magazine (Switzerland)Michael Sargent, Straits Times (Singapore)Mikael Helsing, Oxigeno (Spain)Simon Bainbridge, British Journal of Photography (UK)Grant Scott, Professional Photographer (UK)Paul Sanders, The Times newspaper (UK)Alan Sparrow, Metro newspaper (UK)More judges will be announced in the coming weeks, and their profiles posted on the website.