Win a place in Remembering Great Apes!



Remembering Great Apes is the third book in the Remembering Wildlife series and by covering gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans, is our most ambitious yet. Once again many of the world’s top wildlife photographers, from Tim Laman to Brent Stirton, Art Wolfe to Frans Lanting, have already answered our call to donate images but we have specially set aside a further 10 places for photographers we don’t yet know.

Those wishing to participate are invited to submit their entries using the form below. Your first entry will cost $10 USD and each subsequent entry $5 USD. There is no limit on the number of times you can enter. The competition is open to all, from amateurs to pros (and everyone in between) and all funds raised after costs will go straight to the cause, so whether you win or not, you can feel good when you enter as you are donating too.

We are looking for images of wild gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans in order for us to help tell the story of their lives. The photos need to have been taken in the wild, true to the original scene, with minimal editing and nothing added or taken away from the photo. The competition organizers reserve the right to review the RAW images of the final selection before inclusion is guaranteed.

The file size needs to be a minimum of 3500 pixels longest edge. The judges are our editorial team of our editor Ian Redmond OBE, great ape expert, Eddie Ephraums, art director, Margot Raggett, Remembering Wildlife producer and wildlife photographer plus Ben Brain, editor of Digital Camera magazine, Jonathan & Angela Scott, wildlife photographers and wildlife photographer of the year winners and Mark Carwardine, zoolologist and wildlife photographer. The 10 winning photographers will have their winning photo (only one per winner) used in the book alongside some of the world’s most respected wildlife photographers. They will receive a copy of the book and also an invitation to the VIP launch in London in October 2018. A copy of their image will also appear in a London Exhibition to launch the book and that print will be auctioned to raise further funds for the cause. Finalists will be notified by mid-May and then the final winners will be informed by the end of May 2018.

To enter, register below to be taken to the entry form and start submitting your photos. Deadline for submission is 23:59 GMT, Sunday 29th April. Good luck!

Terms & conditions

The photo must have been taken by you and you must own the full copyright and be able to prove so if required.
The photo must be of gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos or orangutans and must have been taken in the wild.
Images taken in zoos, sanctuaries, orphanages etc. not accepted
Online entries only
Entries must be received no later than 23:59 GMT, Sunday 29th April 2018.
Once you submit your entries, you will receive an email confirming that it has been received
The photos need to be true to the original scene, with minimal editing and nothing added or taken away from the photo.
The competition organizers reserve the right to review the RAW images of the final selection before inclusion is guaranteed.
The file size needs to be a minimum of 3500 pixels longest edge
The picture should not contain copyright signs or digital frames and should be saved at the highest quality possible; remember, you keep all copyright.
Please, make sure all digital pictures are free from sensor dust.
The judges decisions are final. No correspondence will be entered into.
The judges reserve the right not to select 10 images if the standard submitted is not deemed high enough to award 10 prizes.
The quality of the book is of paramount importance.  

I/We grant to Remembering Wildlife, if my image is chosen as a winner, the right and unrestricted use to publish the winning photograph taken by me in both the Remembering Great Apes book but also for editorial, trade, advertising, and any other purpose in relation to the promotion of the book and in any manner and medium, to alter the same without restriction, and to copyright the photographs. The undersigned jointly and severally releases, discharges, acquits, and forgives Remembering Wildlife now and forevermore from any and all claims, actions, suits, demands, agreements, liabilities, and proceedings of every nature and description, whether by or on equity, arising from the beginning of time to the date of this release and more particularly related to an incident or claim that arose out of the use of the winning photograph. This release shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, their heirs, successors, assigns, and personal representatives.

Remembering Great Apes
By Wildlife Photographers United

Remembering Great Apes will be the third book in the highly acclaimed Remembering Wildlife series of charity books and will be edited by Ian Redmond OBE. The book will be full of beautiful images donated by top wildlife photographers such as Art Wolfe, Jonathan & Angela Scott and Michael Poliza, with an aim to raise awareness of the plight facing gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans and also to raise funds to protect them. For a third year, our charity partner will be The Born Free Foundation. After a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, we have raised £126,630. Thank you so much to all who backed our campaign and have helped Remembering Great Apes reach its funding goal! Publication will be October 15th 2018. Please click here to subscribe to updates.

100% of proceeds from the sale of each book go directly to fight poaching.
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