Animography is a global photography competition with it’s primary goal being to draw attention to the beauty of animals through creative photography, and at the same time drawing attention to global conservation issues that face our planet!
All Competition categories are based on conservation issues facing that Continent at that particular time. The idea is to feature a different continent each year, focusing on various issues facing them and applying categories to highlight the problem and work being done in these areas. The categories, however, should be broad enough to allow people from all around the world to be able to enter with images taken either from that continent or elsewhere. Hopefully conservation bodies and NGO’s can then also use the competition to highlight the issues they are trying to solve. But at the heart of it, this still remains a photographic competition which should inspire people to take part, showcase their incredible photography, as well as allow us to assist in bringing more attention to various conservation issue.
Closing date – September 30, 2020
Prize pool – A once-in-a-lifetime safari in Zambia: 3 nights at Kaingu Safari Lodge in the Kafue National Park, including activities. 3 nights at Mukambi Safari lodges in the Kafue National Park, including activities. 3 nights at Anabezi Game Lodge in the Lower Zambezi National park, including activities. All transfers and domestic flights included.
Entry fee – US$15
Eligibility – For animal photography and is open to all photography enthusiasts and professionals alike worldwide, except employees of Animography Awards, the Conservations Organisations taking part in the Competition, and the Sponsors of the competition.
Copyright policy – Copyright retained by the photographer.
Usage Rights policy – Entrants retain ownership and all other rights to submitted photographs subject to the following: By entering the Competition, each Entrant grants to the Animography Awards a non exclusive, irrevocable license to reproduce, publish and display submitted images in all media throughout the world directly in relation to the Competition in perpetuity.