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WWF-Malaysia Photo Contest



Posted on 14 October 2009   |  
WWF-Malaysia Photo Contest
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WWF-Malaysia Photo Contest 2009

CATEGORIES:
  1. Mammals in the Wild — Malaysian wildlife in their natural surroundings.
  2. Animals in Flight — can be flying foxes, bats, insects and more that uses flight for travel or feeding.
  3. Water for Life —can be reptiles, amphibians, insects, spiders and more that rely on water as their   source of nourishment or as their home
Judges:

Dato’ Dr. Dionysius S.K. Sharma, Executive Director/CEO, WWF-Malaysia
Steven Hogg, Multimedia and Image Bank Manager, WWF-Malaysia (Head Judge)
Suan Tan, Marketing Communications Manager, WWF-Malaysia
Guest Judge from Foto Data
 
PRIZES*:
 
1st Prize
  • Photo will be published on the cover of WWF-Malaysia’s 2010 Green Heart Issue 3 which is due for publication in September 2010.
  • Photo will be featured in WWF-Malaysia’s 2011 calendar.
  • Canon Powershot A480.
  • WWF-Malaysia Gift Pack worth RM 300.
  • Picnic Backpack Set
2nd Prize
  • Photo will be featured in WWF-Malaysia’s 2011 calendar.
  • 4GB CF Memory Card
  • WWF-Malaysia Gift Pack worth RM 200
  • Picnic Backpack Set
  • Woven Suit Jacket
3rd Prize
  • Photo will be featured in WWF-Malaysia’s 2011 calendar.
  • WWF-Malaysia Gift Pack worth RM 100
  • Woven Suit Jacket
*WWF-Malaysia reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value in the event the offered prize is unavailable. No substitution or transfer of prizes permitted except as provided herein.
 
Various finalists as determined by WWF-Malaysia may also appear on WWF-Malaysia’s website at www.wwf.org.my.

All finalists will be featured in WWF-Malaysia’s 2011 calendar in which finalist will receive a complimentary copy. The retail value of the calendar is RM 69.90*.
 
*WWF-Malaysia reserves the right to change the retail value of WWF-Malaysia 2011 calendar.

Winners may be viewed late April 2009 at
www.wwf.org.my.
WWF-Malaysia Photo Contest
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