Posts Tagged: Wildlife


7
Mar 14

Wildlife photo winners announced

NC Wildlife Resources Commission has declared the name of the winners of 9th Wildlife in North Carolina magazine photo contest. Garner’s Paul Malcolm won the grand award for his snap of live oak trees at the Fort Fisher site, which is near Wilmington. Paul plays viola with North Carolina Symphony. He is also a previous picture contest winner. In the year 2010, he snatched the 1st spot in Wild Landscapes category.

He told that when he took a snap, he is not documenting a scene; he is clicking a mood or a feeling. He is looking at some originative way to convey what he feels and see regarding the subject. Photography and music are both creative warmth. In concert, he emotionally gets involved. He gets involved in photography as he relishes taking snaps.

All the winners were published in 2014’s January/February’s Wildlife in North Carolina issue, with Malcolm’s grand prize image hitting the cover. http://www.kerratarchitects.co.uk/, the exhibit sponsor, made it possible for the snaps to be displayed at NC Museum of Natural Sciences in March.

Jim Wilson, the Wildlife in North Carolina editor, stated that there were snaps from each corner of the state, showing the diverse habitats of the natural resources which are covered in each issue of the mag. The photo contest nurtures a greater appreciation and understanding of the wildlife and wild of North Carolina.


21
Jun 12

Photography tips: Handholding your camera (by wildlife photographer Chris Weston)

Photography Video Rating: four / five


16
Nov 11

Nature & Wildlife Photography Tips – Photographer David Smith

Photography Video Score: 4 / five