You Could Win a $1K+ Tamron Lens in Shutterbug’s Nature Photo Contest!

Nature photography has long captured the hearts and minds of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to capturing images of the great outdoors. Whether your passion is wildlife, landscape, or macro photography, we’d love to see examples of your best work.

Upload your best nature images to Shutterbug’s Nature Photo Contest gallery at the top of our Galleries page and have a chance to win a Tamron 150-600mm lens valued at $1069. The Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD lens prize will be offered in your choice of Canon, Nikon, or Sony mounts. The lens is designed for full frame and APS-C DSLR cameras.

The contest runs from July 1 to September 30, 2015.

Click here for the complete rules and details about Shutterbug’s Nature Photo contest.

douglascroftimages's picture

Hi, The above states that the contest runs till Sept 30, but in the Official rules it says July 30th. Can you let us know which is correct? I'm assuming the official rules...

Dan Havlik's picture

Doug - There was an error on the rules page. The contest runs till September 30, 2015.

Manabendra Dey's picture

The rules state : "Eligibility: Entrant must be 18 as of Wednesday, July 1, 2015 and a legal resident of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. ". Is this limited to USA residents ?

Alastair Woods's picture

What's the point of running a website that encourages photographers from all walks of life to participate in an online community when you refuse to let anyone outside of the USA from entering competitions? If you want us to contribute to your site you need to treat us all as equals no matter where we live. Wake up it's 2015.

R83245's picture

It's their contest, their rules. If they only want people from Pumpkin Junction, they can do it.

kaboomer's picture

I'm sure they are not discriminating when the contests are only for US residents, probably a matter of resources needed to accurately sort through the thousands of shots that would be sent in. Just a hunch !