My Photo is Nominated for Sony World Photography Award 2015!

This is an exciting news and comes up as something that I totally didn’t expect! One of my photographs is nominated for Sony’s World Photography Award in 2015! I am super, super excited!

It feels like a dream to see my photo being published in CNN, Huffington Post, National Geographic Indonesia, and numerous other big sites! Hats off to Sony’s PR division!

Here’s the photo that got the nomination:

Orangutan in The Rain

Many people from all over the world have been emailing me and looking to purchase a print of the photo. To make it easy for everyone, I’ll just give you the directions on this page. Basically, purchasing this photo can mean 2 things: purchasing prints or licensing.

Here’s the directions for both.

1. Directions If You Want to Purchase a Print of This Photo

Simply click on this link or the photo above to buy the photo and you’ll be directed to SmugMug’s order page. You can then choose the paper type and size and they’ll take care everything from you there. This includes printing, packing and shipping the final product to your doorstep.

Also, feel free to look around my portfolio gallery should you want to buy another print.

I do offer special pricing if you want to purchase large print or large quantity orders. Simply shoot me an email using this contact form here and I’ll take care of you.

2. Directions If You Want to License This Photo

For publishers who want to get a license of this photo, please contact me using this form and I’ll get back to you with all the requirements.

I really have to thank my families, friends, all the people who gave lots of touching comments on this image and Sony for nominating my work. I honestly didn’t expect to see this coming and this was a nice surprise for my 2014 Christmas and 2015 new year.

I’m not a winner yet but I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

Enjoy the photo and cheers everyone!

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