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Apr 16

Wildlife photographers criticized

In Singapore, animal lovers have started an outrage after seeing photographers inflating live fish in a bid to bait the endangered eagle. The photographers were caught on cameras they were filling the live fish with air and Styrofoam and attract grey-headed fish eagle so that they could take great snaps.

Wildlife photographers criticized

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Jan 16

The very concept of the business

Site construction is not a simple task as anyone thinks of it. Each and every aspect of the concept needs to be known very clearly before involving in constructing a site. A site’s construction is pretty a very significant part which explains the business of what an owner engages in it. Site has turned out to be the important part helping the users in all aspects.

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Any user who makes sure of his visit can turn out as a potential customer or as a potential client. Any user turns as a business required persons depending upon the site’s details. Continue reading →


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Oct 14

Top wildlife snaps on display

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit all set to hit Kendal tomorrow, and it features hundred jaw dropping snaps, from lovely animal behavior to great wild landscapes. Now in their 50th year, the internationally famed yearly contest has attracted 48000 entries from around 98 nations, from pro and amateur photographers alike.
The exhibit, on loan from London’s Natural History Museum, would be showcased at the Kendal Museum till 29th November. A very rigorous selection procedure has drawn together judges from across the world, to select the top entries. Through the lens of photography, the exhibit clicks the beauty and intrigue of the planet, offering them a glimpse of natural world.
Kendal Museum’s curator manager Carol Davies reportedly stated that the museum team is happy to have such a lovely exhibition in their newly refurbished gallery. They expect local people and visitors to the town enjoy the photographs as well as their collections.
The touring exhibit would be downstairs in irregular gallery, where the museum would showcase on loop photographs from the exhibit with pictorial info in hospitality region. The gallery is open from 10.30 am to 5 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday; and adults entrance is payable at museum.
It is the 50th year of Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, and to celebrate this fete some of the top snaps have been drew together in a book. The contest was founded in the 1960s with only 361 entries. This year there was around 42000 entries incurred from 96 nations.

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit all set to hit Kendal tomorrow, and it features hundred jaw dropping snaps, from lovely animal behavior to great wild landscapes. Now in their 50th year, the internationally famed yearly contest has attracted 48000 entries from around 98 nations, from pro and amateur photographers alike.

The exhibit, on loan from London’s Natural History Museum, would be showcased at the Kendal Museum till 29th November. A very rigorous selection procedure has drawn together judges from across the world, to select the top entries. Through the lens of photography, the exhibit clicks the beauty and intrigue of the planet, offering them a glimpse of natural world.

Kendal Museum’s curator manager Carol Davies reportedly stated that the museum team is happy to have such a lovely exhibition in their newly refurbished gallery. They expect local people and visitors to the town enjoy the photographs as well as their collections.

The touring exhibit would be downstairs in irregular gallery, where the museum would showcase on loop photographs from the exhibit with pictorial info in hospitality region. The gallery is open from 10.30 am to 5 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday; and adults entrance is payable at museum.

It is the 50th year of Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, and to celebrate this fete some of the top snaps have been drew together in a book. The contest was founded in the 1960s with only 361 entries. This year there was around 42000 entries incurred from 96 nations.


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Sep 14

UAE is now in the frame for a photography lover

Cara Connell is the very first to say that her career has been a little knotty. Beginning it as a zoologist, she turned into a lawyer and after that a freelance photographer, and later an entrepreneur. Still, she is just thirty five years old.
She told that she got sick with tropical diseases from working in Africa. She got bilharzia – a water borne parasite, one can catch from a snail that really was his downfall. Coming back to the United Kingdom, Ms Connell decided that she would become a lawyer, a profession that became all consuming for 5 years till her mom became ill and she left her job to take care of her.
She added that she was kind of at this junction. These bad turnings happen, but the wonderful thing regarding them is it does lead you to where you do want to be. The place where she wanted to be in was photography. It was an interest that went back to her Africa days. Even though she was everything that she wanted to do, she found working as a freelancer. She wanted to have her own business and she also decided that she could also do something that would help her fellow photographers, who struggle to make a living.
She told that they were putting around £5000 into a shoot, including models, make-up, artists, equipment and location just to get few images, just to build up their own portfolio so that one day they would be hired for a job that would actually pay them for the work that they are doing.
Speaking about her, she told that at that cross section in life, she wanted to be an aerial photographer, and she wanted to live in Africa and she wanted to save animals. It is hard to say because so many things have happened since.

Cara Connell is the very first to say that her career has been a little knotty. Beginning it as a zoologist, she turned into a lawyer and after that a freelance photographer, and later an entrepreneur. Still, she is just thirty five years old.

She told that she got sick with tropical diseases from working in Africa. She got bilharzia – a water borne parasite, one can catch from a snail that really was his downfall. Coming back to the United Kingdom, Ms Connell decided that she would become a lawyer, a profession that became all consuming for 5 years till her mom became ill and she left her job to take care of her.

She added that she was kind of at this junction. These bad turnings happen, but the wonderful thing regarding them is it does lead you to where you do want to be. The place where she wanted to be in was photography. It was an interest that went back to her Africa days. Even though she was everything that she wanted to do, she found working as a freelancer. She wanted to have her own business and she also decided that she could also do something that would help her fellow photographers, who struggle to make a living.

She told that they were putting around £5000 into a shoot, including models, make-up, artists, equipment and location just to get few images, just to build up their own portfolio so that one day they would be hired for a job that would actually pay them for the work that they are doing.

Speaking about her, she told that at that cross section in life, she wanted to be an aerial photographer, and she wanted to live in Africa and she wanted to save animals. It is hard to say because so many things have happened since.


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Jun 14

Madden photography club set to have beginner program for enthusiasts

Madden Photography Club is all set to arrange an Introduction to Photography program on 26th April, at Madden Hall. Those looking to learn more regarding their camera are now welcome to come out and take part in the program.
Madden Photography Club’s Bill Rendall told that they were putting this on for the community to take part in. This is a basic understanding of your camera. To take part, one just has to bring a camera and a manual work. No experience is required to participate in this program. Bill added that there are around sixteen memberships and he welcome more people to come out and take part.
The club started in April as a reaction from club members in community asking Rendall to contribute his expertise, and it meets once a month. Along with a keen interest in livestock and wildlife photography, Bill told that he has been sharpening his skills since he was just sixteen year old.
Even though, he has never had any formal guidance, yet he attended a whole lot of seminars throughout Canada and he has also worked with pro photographers. When he is not out at each community programs clicking snaps, he goes on to farm and he is also a Madden volunteer firefighter.
He added that he love photography because this is a creative outlet and there are a lot of different aspects to this. In June, previous year, Bill told that he is surprised and even embarrassed by the nice things folks were saying about him that night.

Madden Photography Club is all set to arrange an Introduction to Photography program on 26th April, at Madden Hall. Those looking to learn more regarding their camera are now welcome to come out and take part in the program.

Madden Photography Club’s Bill Rendall told that they were putting this on for the community to take part in. This is a basic understanding of your camera. To take part, one just has to bring a camera and a manual work. No experience is required to participate in this program. Bill added that there are around sixteen memberships and he welcome more people to come out and take part.

The club started in April as a reaction from club members in community asking Rendall to contribute his expertise, and it meets once a month. Along with a keen interest in livestock and wildlife photography, Bill told that he has been sharpening his skills since he was just sixteen year old.

Even though, he has never had any formal guidance, yet he attended a whole lot of seminars throughout Canada and he has also worked with pro photographers. When he is not out at each community programs clicking snaps, he goes on to farm and he is also a Madden volunteer firefighter.

He added that he love photography because this is a creative outlet and there are a lot of different aspects to this. In June, previous year, Bill told that he is surprised and even embarrassed by the nice things folks were saying about him that night.


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Apr 14

Graney snatches New Zealand’s best amateur photographer

Peter Graney, a New Zealand photographer, has been declared as the top spot holder of the New Zealand National Award, which is a part of Sony World Photography Awards 2014. This is one of the leading photography contests of the world. The National Award contest looks to honor the single best picture by a Kiwi photographer registered into any of the 10 Open classes of Sony World Photography Awards 2014.

Last year, Graney from Rotorua was runner up in this very same contest. This year, he was selected as the contest winner for a snap named Into the Bend. The snap was selected by a judges panel including top beauty, celeb and fashion photographer Aaron K. The 2nd and 3rd spot were taken by Andrew Cornaga and Joshua Donnelly respectively.

The magnificent winning snap shows a bike speedway rider giving everything at the final bend at Rotorua BMX Club speedway while younger bike riders thirstily see from the side line expecting to imitate his skill.

Peter Graney is a teacher by profession. He is very passionate about travel photography and photojournalism. He takes snaps at local events in as well as around his house town and regularly taking pictures in Asia.

Speaking about the winning snap, Graney stated that the picture is not just about the race, but importantly also regarding passing on enthusiasm and skills for a sport to the next gen. The race was a part of Rotorua Bike Festival held yearly.


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Jan 14

Amateur photographer set to make new charity calendar

An epilepsy patient is all set to use his photography skills to give a wildlife calendar for a charity in spite of having as many as twenty four fits every week. Forty nine year old Peter Hunter from Breightmet is not able to drive or work because of his present condition.

But after taking pictures of pheasants, kestrels, deer as well as several other wildlife in the Bolton region. Now he is expecting a make a difference with a brand new calendar to collect funds for PDSA, United Kingdoms Epileptic Society and Cancer Research.
Peter was born epileptic. He stated that his condition got bad when he was battered at work around thirteen years ago. Shortly after the incident, he left the Department for Social Services. He added that prospective employers have deemed him too much of a gamble to hire. Continue reading →


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Nov 13

Black Hills Photo Shootout

The 4th yearly Black Hills Photo Shootout, a program that pulls in novice and professional photographers from all across the world, introduced US$ 3000 previous month for the Black Hills State University.

As per a news press release, the money raised would be dished out between the Outdoor Photo Workshops and the BHSU photography program, the 2 bodies who prepare the well known photography program.

Les Voorhis, a resident of Belle Fourche, is Les Voorhis Outdoor Photo Workshops co-owner, and told that this years program pulled in 152 participants along with people from twenty seven states as well as 2 foreign nations.

It is the 2nd year that the Outdoor Photo Workshops and BHSU photography program partnered for the program. The state Department of Tourism began the plan as a way to reveal Black Hills beauty. The aim was to keep money in the photography program of the university once weekend long program starts to make some profit, said Steve Babbitt, a professor of photography at BHSU.

He told that there are a whole lot of things in Spearfish which people do not realize they have. The idea is to get people here to photograph all their stunning things.

Most of Photo Shootouts achievement came from Rod Custer, a BHSU provost as well as Academic Affairs vice president, who backed BHSUs collaboration along with Outdoor Photo Workshops and stayed enthusiastic regarding the program, said Babbitt