SIGMA Go Wild contest

SIGMA calls on photographers worldwide to put wildlife in a frame.
Wildlife photography has the power to create that vital awareness. The powerful visual impact of dramatic wildlife photography has already been responsible for sparking massive public outcries.
Go ahead and share your most dramatic wildlife photograph with SIGMA.
Submission Deadline: 15th July, 2016
Winners:
We will be sharing the best photos on SIGMA social media including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Instagram, providing exposure for your work. We will, of course, credit the photographer and plug whatever portfolio you wish to share on our SIGMA newsletter.
All entries must follow the official rules for consideration. See contest details below.
HOW TO ENTER:
To enter online, Share it on Sigma India Facebook Page or the Sigma India Photo with hash tag #SIGMAGoWild, and follow the below instructions to submit:
(a) The contest is open to ALL photographers:
(b) You need to use SIGMA Lens.
(c) Make sure you tag your photos with #SIGMAGoWild or we will not consider the submissions!
(d) The photographs have to be shot by you and all copyrights will be held by you.
(e) The EXIF Data of the images need to be left intact; lens & camera model needs to be mentioned with the submission.
(f) Photograph must be shot within the last 3 years
(g) The Location must be mentioned
(h) Sigma will not be considered responsible for any copyright violations, privacy infringements of the photographs submitted.
(i) We might be using some of your images in our promotions online. All credit will be given to the photographers!
More Questions?
Drop us a comment below and we’ll get back to you with more details.
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