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Rainforest photo contest sponsored by Fujifilm
Ralf Jurrien : January 23th 2008 - 18:32 CET
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FujifilmRainforest photo contest sponsored by Fujifilm : Fujifilm announced its sponsorship of the Rainforest Alliance's first annual 'Picture Sustainability Photo Contest' to raise awareness around issues of sustainability and conservation. US residents are invited to submit photos illustrating sustainable agriculture, forestry and tourism. The Rainforest Alliance is an international nonprofit conservation organization. "Images connect the general public to conservation," said Tensie Whelan, executive director of the Rainforest Alliance. "We hope this contest will engage people in sustainability, take them out of their back yards and foster emotional connections with some of the world's most sensitive ecosystems."
Rainforest photo contest - Categories
• Wildlife on farms, forests or other natural habitats
• Landscapes (forests, waterways, flowers and plants, beaches, wetlands)
• Eco-tourism in Latin America
• Macro (insects, flowers and plants, leafy vegetation, birds, reptiles and amphibians, mammals)
• Conservation in action (people working to protect natural resources)

Rainforest photo contest

Rainforest Alliance
"Fujifilm believes that sustainable development is the most important issue for our planet, the human race, and all business entities in the 21st century," said Bert Aerts, president of Fujifilm Hunt Chemicals USA, and a member of the Rainforest Alliance's board of directors. "Fujifilm's global Green Policy aims to stay at the forefront of efforts to attain this goal in terms of our company's impact on the environment - and we are proud to partner with the Rainforest Alliance in this unique effort."

Rainforest photo contest winner - Galapagos Islands
One grand-prize winner and a guest will receive a seven-day trip to the Galapagos Islands, including airfare, four nights on a cruise ship and two nights in Guayaquil. Additionally, in May 2008 they will be flown to New York City to attend the Rainforest Alliance annual gala as a guest of Fujifilm, to sit at their table and receive a Fujifilm FinePix SLR-style digital camera. This professional model digital camera is worth approximately $800 and is set to be announced by Fujifilm at the 2008 Photo Marketer's Association Show in February 2008. Round-trip airfare will be provided for two from any major city in the US to New York City. A tour of the city, lodging at an eco-friendly hotel for three nights and dinner for two nights will also be included.

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Fujifilm FinePix digital camera & Book of photographers
Five first prize winners, one from each category, will receive the same Fujifilm FinePix digital camera as well as a book of photographs by award-winning wildlife and nature photographer, Art Wolfe. In addition, up to seven exceptional photos will be awarded honorable mentions and will receive a book of photographs by Art Wolfe. The grand prize and first prize winners' photos will be framed and auctioned off at the Rainforest Alliance's annual gala in May 2008 with proceeds directly benefiting the organization. All winners will also receive an honorary one-year membership to the Rainforest Alliance.

Rainforest photo contest - Sponsors
Rainforest Alliance staff members will select up to six finalists in each category. Art Wolfe will select the winning photos based on overall composition, creativity, artistic merit and relevance to the Rainforest Alliance mission. Other sponsors of the photo contest include Ecuador-based tour operator Via Natura, Green Spot travel agency, Guayaquil-based Hotel Oro Verde, Ecuadorian airline AeroGal, Vermont-based energy company Native Energy and Art Wolfe.

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