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Frequently Asked Questions

Would The Nature Conservancy like to use or purchase my photography?

Due to limited resources and an overwhelming level of interest, we are no longer issuing photographer's guidelines and are unable to accept unsolicited photography submissions. This includes Nature Conservancy magazine as well as other Conservancy publications.

The only unsolicited materials we can accept are emails featuring a link to your personal web site or online portfolio. Please send such emails to photo@tnc.org, and include a list of any Nature Conservancy areas that you have already photographed. We will review these links on a periodic basis and will contact you if your work matches our project needs. Please do not send unsolicited emails with attachments.

You can participate in our annual photo contest or other calls for photos on Flickr. Visit our flickr community or My Nature Page and learn how your photo could be featured on our website.

Feel free to contact The Nature Conservancy's local, state and country offices in areas where you have photographed and/or may be planning to visit. These individual offices may have photo acquisition needs, contests, products, etc., which may be of interest to you.

Prior to contacting these offices, we recommend that you take a moment to investigate our web site to familiarize yourself with the areas in which we are working.







October 25, 2013

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