2018 Wildlife Portraits Photo Contest

The WildlifePhoto.com wildlife photo contest series for 2018 is now open for entries – this year it is bigger than ever! The contest series is made up of three separate photo contests, with the first in the series being ‘Wildlife Portraits’. There are some exciting new prizes up for grabs this year, including a luxury African safari for two and the chance to have your photo displayed at a winners’ exhibition in New York City!

Contest 1: Wildlife Portraits

Contest 2: Habitats & Landscapes

Contest 3: Animal Behaviour

Deadline:

Jun 30, 2018

Entry Fees:

The contests are free to enter.

Prizes:

The winner of each will receive a Camtraptions camera trap sensor, an f-stop voucher, a Breakthrough Photography filter, a Cotton Carrier harness and a copy of Skylum Luminar.

Our favourite overall category winner will also go on to win our grand prize for the 2018 contest series; a 7-day luxury African safari for two courtesy of The Bushcamp Company and Safarious.

Copyright:

The photographer retains full rights to any images submitted to the competition.

Each entry must be the original work of the entrant and must not infringe the rights of any other party.

Each entrant must either be the sole owner of the copyright or have secured the written permission of the copyright owner to enter the image into the competition and grants the WildlifePhoto.com the rights detailed below.

Usage Rights:

By entering the competition, each shortlisted entrant grants to WildlifePhoto.com and Burrard-Lucas Photography a non-exclusive, royalty-free, and perpetual licence to reproduce, publish and communicate to the public by any means and exhibit their image(s) and copies of their image(s) in all media throughout the world in relation to the competition, including but not limited to all use in the context of:

• Display in the exhibition.

• Inclusion within WildlifePhoto.com and related websites, social media and newsletters.

• Inclusion in promotional, press and marketing materials associated with the competition series and/or the exhibition.

Any external parties featuring images from the competition reserve the right to choose which images they decide to use to promote the competition. WildlifePhoto.com has no control over, or liability for, any decision such press may make to use (or not use) your image.

More info: https://www.wildlifephoto.com/wildlife-photography-competition/


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