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Members of a national nature body have started a wildlife photography contest to mark their 50th birthday. Well, Scottish Wildlife Trust is lionizing the milestone anniversary in 2014. The North of Scotland members group of the organization is starting the contest to all amateur shooters, along with a different category for school pupils.
Participants are asked to give a set of three snaps which showcase wildlife in Scotland in the air, in water and on land. The last date for participants’ entries is 31st August, 2015. Judges’ panel will consist of nature writer and director of the Aigas Field Centre near Beauly Sir John Lister-Kaye, Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2012 Charlie Phillips and Anna Jemmett and Brian Alexander of North of Scotland group.
Fordes photographic, based in Beauly, will sponsor the contest prizes. Founded in the year 1964, the Scottish Wildlife Trust has around thirty seven thousand members, looks after hundred and nineteen reserves, and is the only Scottish non-governmental organization dealing all wildlife.
Meanwhile, Sony has asked photographers to enter the World Photography Awards 2015 and also issued a last date for entries before this competition shuts for entry submission on January 5, 2015. The amateur photographers would fight for Open title glory, while professional photographers would battle it out for the L’Iris d’Or/Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year. According to reports, the winners would be declared on 23rd April.12.16.14
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Nature photography is drawn better with a moral from one of the top in New Hampshire. Bob LaPree has been taking snaps in New Hampshire for the past forty years. Now he is all set to lead day long workshops both at Manchester’s Loeb School of Journalism and in the field at Lake Massabesic Center in nearby Auburn. One photography program is up on 4th October for US$ 50. You have to register for the class and the seats are limited to forty. He added that you do not need to have great digital cameras. A simple digital cameras and a pair of good shoes would be enough.
He is not that type of person who reads the owner’s manuals. He thinks that it is easier to learn about nature photography from someone else. He now has 5 important suggestions that are offered to get magnificent nature theme snaps.
Bob is now retired from his news coverage job. Still he has not kept his camera aside. Still he gets calls from top publications like New York Times. He actually started shooting in the 70s for WMUR. He spent a whole lot of time in Orlando area this winter. He was really fascinated by all the birds there. He has done a lot of videos this winter. He said that he is on a learning process when it comes to editing.08.25.14
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The Friends of St Catherine’s Hill and Christchurch Countryside Service are hosting a Wildlife Photography Workshop at the St Catherine’s Hill on 26th July, Saturday, from 10am to 1pm. You can join local experts Pauline Potts and John Lewis as well as countryside warden Robin Harley for great suggestions on how to get the best shots out of your digi-cam or even smart phone or tablet.
The photography workshop includes an indoor session and a walk on site, with refreshments, to view the snaps. Cost is £3 for Friends of St Catherine’s Hill.
Speaking about the side of photography, we must talk about photographer Lanai Bayne, who is really on the rise. His wildlife snaps are magnificent, though he would be the very first person to say that he is not yet at the place what he wants his photography to be. National Geographic is not in his doorsteps yet, but every time he takes his camera, he attempts to push his boundaries. The best thing is that he is living his dream. A dream that started when he was only four years old. That time, his godfather gave him his very first actual camera — it was a Polaroid.
His very first snap was of a cat. That is when he was bitten by shutter bug and decided to to see the world with his lens. From that day on, he never looked back. As soon as he bought a water proof casing, he was able to take the snaps of the breathtaking diversity of the wildlife at different places.