The Natural History Museum WildLife Photographer Award 2010 Accepting entries NOW

We told you the story of José Luis Rodriguez and the storybook wolf – How the photographers award was revoked after he won the 2009 contest. We feel that the judges should have checked properly before they made their decision and we sympathize with the photographer. However, the prestigious Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award 2010 is now open for entries. Apply now and maybe you could be the winner of 10,00 GBP (approximately $16,600) and be featured in the Museums galleries and brochures.

This years competition is called the ‘Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year’.  To enter the competition you are required to have the following:

  • your images in JPEG/JPG format sized at 1400 pixels on the longest dimension
  • a valid email address
  • your credit/debit card details if you are entering the Adult competition
  • a broadband connection

The competition features an Adult Competition entry and a Young Competition entry. The entrance fee is 20GBP(approximately $33). The deadline for submissions is March 05, 2010. So all you wonderful photographers out there, this is your chance to shine. Before you enter just make sure that you read the rules and regulations carefully. To enter the competition visit the Natural History Museum site today.

images from the Natural History Museum online Gallery.

Written for and published on the Amvona Blog

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