BBC Wildlife Magazine Launches Photographic Grant

May 6, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions | 0 Comments |
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BBC Wildlife Magazine has launched a photographic grant, sponsored by Kowa, which aims to find exciting new talent in wildlife photography. Open to new photographers, the winner of the award will receive a £5,000 grant to shoot their project and could see their work published in BBC Wildlife Magazine. Eligible photographers are invited to submit 12 wildlife photographs - six from a single wildlife project - that showcase their technical range, creativity and ability. Photographers must also explain how their story, which can be based in the UK or abroad, is going to interest and excite the readers of BBC Wildlife Magazine. All entries must be submitted via the website below, by the closing date of 30 September 2014.

Website: Discover Wildlife

BBC Wildlife Magazine Press Release

BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE HUNTS FOR NEW TALENT WITH LAUNCH OF PHOTOGRAPHIC GRANT

BBC Wildlife Magazine, one of the world’s most prestigious natural-history titles, announces the launch of a photographic grant, sponsored by Kowa, which aims to find exciting new talent and unearth compelling new wildlife stories.

Open to new photographers, the winner of the award will receive a £5,000 grant to shoot their project and could see their work published in BBC Wildlife Magazine, which has featured images from the world’s most renowned photographers over its 51-year history. The grant is sponsored by Kowa, which sells a range of sporting optics products.

Matt Swaine, Editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine, commented: “Seeing your first piece of work published in the world’s best natural-history magazine has to be a defining moment for any photographer. We see this award as a way to promote new talent and we are delighted to have teamed up with Kowa to help foster the next generation of wildlife photographers.”

Eligible photographers are invited to submit 12 wildlife photographs - six from a single wildlife project - that showcase their technical range, creativity and ability. Photographers must also explain how their story, which can be based in the UK or abroad, is going to interest and excite the readers of BBC Wildlife Magazine.

All entries must be submitted online at discoverwildlife.com/webform/kowa by the closing date of 30 September 2014. Full competition rules and further information on how to enter the competition are published online at discoverwildlife.com/competitions



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