Lou Kellenberger FWF Photo Contest 2021

First Place: Cash Prize of $300


Help protect Florida’s wildlife and participate in the Florida Wildlife Federation’s annual photo contest. One Overall Contest winner will be selected for the First Prize of $300, a Second Prize winner will receive a Kindle Fire tablet, and the kids’ contest winner will receive an outdoor backpack!

Photographs will be judged on originality, technical excellence, composition, overall impact, and artistic merit. Judges will be volunteers of FWF. All decisions by the judges will be final and binding.

The Lou Kellenberger FWF Photo Contest is named in memory of past board member and friend Louis P. Kellenberger, Jr., who passed away on June 28, 2016. Lou had served on the FWF Board of Directors.

Lou’s great passion was digital photography and he could often be found in the field at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Maclay Gardens State Park or Wakulla Springs State Park. He assisted FWF with its Photo Contest with Lou and wife Betsy serving as judges. They also donated their talents as photographers for the FWF Awards Banquets.


- First Place: Cash Prize of $300 (One winner)
- Second Place: Kindle Fire ($99.00 value) (One winner)
- Kids Category: Outdoor Backpack (One winner)


The Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF)/ Lou Kellenberger Florida Photo Contest is open to all photographers in the United States who are at least 15 years of age

Copyrights & Usage Rights:

Entrants retain ownership and all other rights to future use of the photographs they enter except for the following: Your entry to the contest constitutes your agreement to allow your entered photographs—and your name, city, and state—to be published as Winners in FWF publications and on the FWF website, and you grant to FWF and its licensees the perpetual, worldwide non-exclusive license to reproduce, distribute, display and create derivative works of the entry (along with a name credit) in connection with the FWF Photo Contest and promotion for the FWF Photo Contest, in any media now or hereafter known.


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