COMPETITION: New Cover Image for African Zoology

Posted 28 February 2018 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: African Zoology
COMPETITION: New Cover Image for African Zoology
Do you have a striking image of African fauna in terrestrial, freshwater, or marine environments that you think may be suitable for a cover?
 
African Zoology will be refreshing the journal’s cover in 2018. NISC therefore encourage the submission of images suitable for the new cover of this prestigious journal. In addition to the status of having your photograph featured on the cover of African Zoology, the winning entrant will receive a free 2018 print and online subscription to African Zoology.
 
Submissions can be photographs of any African animal(s) in their natural environment.
Submissions should ideally be in .jpg format and should be no larger than 500KB per image. Emailed submissions should be no larger than 10MB with maximum of 20 images per entrant.
Submissions must be made by the original photographer, who must have a high resolution version of the image available on request, should this image be selected.
 
The photographer will retain all copyright on their image and be fully credited although NISC and its partners will have the right to use the image elsewhere to promote the journal.
 
Submission deadline: 15 March 2018
The competition winner will be contacted directly and announced on the various NISC social media pages. If you are interested, please email your images to info@nisc.co.za with the subject ‘African Zoology Cover’.
The review process is quick and is being done within the reasonable time. After acceptance, NISC is also quick enough to send proofs and is very efficiently publishes the accepted paper online before its print version.

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