Maureen, an agent for a book publisher in the USA, got in touch with me a while back to buy the North American rights for the above photo that Wuan took at the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park in Sabah. The offer was US$150 for one time rights or US$275 for future rights. We opted for the latter for all print and electronic ancillaries. We used the earning that amounted to RM876.29 (RM887.95 before deducting bank commission) for a 38L Aipo dry cabinet to store the Nikon D60 and a Lowepro Fastpack 250 backpack that can accommodate the DSLR and my notebook.
4 thoughts on “Wuan’s Malayan Tiger Photo Sold For US$275”
very nice wuan! oh and hi peter hehe
Oh hi Reta!
cool.. the tiger photo sure got some people attention yeah. better if you able to sold the photo. 😀
I like the photo too. First time seeing a tiger up close.
that’s a really good photo. congrats, wuan.
peter, the lowepro fastpack can store a notebook too? i thought that was just for cameras? was looking at their compu trekker range for both notebook + camera storage. however, if the fastpack can store notebooks then i guess i’d go with that (when i buy my dslr which is going to be real soon) cos of the price difference
The Fastpack 250 could take my 14″ Acer notebook without problem. It is a worthwhile investment if you are going to travel with a notebook and DLSR often.
Now if only I could remember where I crapped last night, hate to spoil the day stepping on your own turd.
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