We’re searching for images for our new Regional Wildlife Calendar and we need your help – in return, you could earn yourself some fame and fortune! We’re looking for 12 eye-catching East Anglian wildlife images for the 2014 calendar – and there are cash prizes totalling £4,000 up for grabs by amateur photographers.
So, if you’ve taken a landscaped-shape wildlife photograph in East Anglia – featuring animals, birds or plants – it could earn you a share of the prize kitty and an acknowledgement in the calendar, which will be seen by thousands of people.
Last year’s calendar raised just over £15,000, which was split between children’s wildlife watch groups run by the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northants Wildlife Trust, the Friends of Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, Peterborough and District Beekeepers Association and Bungay Community Bees.
We’re helping these groups again with the profits from our 2014 calendar – and, with your help and quality photographs, we can give them an even bigger boost.
The competition is not open to professionals and entries must not have won other competitions. You can only enter one photograph, which must have been taken in the Anglia region and must be landscape orientation.
Contest Prize & TERMS
The runner-up will receive £500 and there are ten prizes of £250 for the pictures chosen to represent the other months of the year.
ELIGIBILITY: UK / Amateur
Photos must be a maximum of 2MB and landscape in orientation. JPEG format is preferred. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: You must be the sole author and owner of the copyright of the image entered. You will retain copyright of your entry at all times and always be credited alongside your picture.
USAGE RIGHTS: By entering your image into the competition, you grant permission to Anglia Co-operative for a non-exclusive license to reproduce the images for the following purposes.
The winning entries will be displayed at a promotional event and Presentation Evening during October 2013
The winning photographs may be used in local media. We ask that the press credit photographers where the images are used but cannot be held responsible for errors and omissions.
Inclusion of winning photographs on the Anglia Co-operative website. Photographers will be credited alongside their work.
Your photographs will be saved by the Organisers for the period of judging but all photographs will be deleted by the end of October 2013 unless additional permission is granted by the photographer to keep the images beyond this time. Entrants must agree to their images being used by Anglia Co-operative to promote wildlife found in the Anglia region.