Magazine article National Wildlife

How to Enter the 2000 National Wildlife Photography Competition

Magazine article National Wildlife

How to Enter the 2000 National Wildlife Photography Competition

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The editors of National Wildlife invite you to enter their thirtieth annual photography competition.

WHO: The competition is open to all amateur and aspiring professional photographers except employees of the National Wildlife Federation and their immediate families. Your entry to the contest constitutes agreement to allow photographs to be published in National Wildlife magazine and included on National Wildlife's web site (in low resolution with copyright notice for as long as one year) as contest winners, with limited promotional use. Entrants retain all other rights to future use of their winning photographs. Full-time professional nature photographers (those whose primary income is from nature photography) are asked not to enter this contest.

WHAT: We are looking for striking images of nature, creatures on land and life beneath the water's surface. These images may show animal behavior, portraits of wildlife in natural habitat, plant life, natural landscapes or people interacting with nature. Please do not include photographs of pets or domestic animals. Previously published material may be entered; however, please include information on when and where the photo appeared. Images will be judged on originality, technical excellence, composition, color, action, drama and overall impact.

WHEN: All entries must be postmarked no later than June 9, 2000. Receipt of packages will not be acknowledged. Finalists only will be notified during the month of August. All properly prepared entries will be returned by September. …

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