Sebra Branch Photography Competition

Sebra Branch Photography Competition

We invite all Sebra Branch members to participate in our Photography Competition.
At the end of each month we will select photographs to publish them on facebook and

Details of the Competition

  • Our Heritage. Any plant or animal life that showcases the natural heritage of our country and neighboring countries.
  • Hunting photo's will not be accepted as entries, but will be posted on facebook and our Hunting season gallery.

Send entries with the following information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Whatsapp to 081 5011 514:

  • Name and surname
  • SA Hunters member number
  • Telephone number
  • Location where photograph was taken
  • Category in which you enter, and
  • Title or caption to the photograph (optional)

Rules of the Competition

  • Only fully paid-up members of SA Hunters may participate.
  • No entry fees are payable.
  • Only photographs that were taken by the entrant personally will be allowed i.e. the entrant must own the copyright and any other intellectual property rights of each image.
  • By entering this competition, participants give SA Hunters permission for unrestricted use of these photographs.
  • Only 5 entries per member per month will be accepted.
  • Images must be between 1 and (preferable) 3Mb in size;
  • Finalists may be required to provide a high resolution digital or original unedited version of the photograph.
  • Basic post processing and editing will be allowed (exposure, contrast and colour adjustments, dust speck removal, and sharpening), but advanced editing such as cloning and composites will not be allowed.
  • The closing date for entries is monthly on the last day of the month.
  • It is up to each entrant to ensure that they have read, understood and abided by the competition rules.
  • The names of the winners in each category will be published on Facebook and will be announced in the Sebra branch newsletter.
  • The judges’ decisions will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.