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July 14th, 2014 — 1:49am

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William Burrard Lucas’ love for wildlife photography

July 7th, 2014 — 10:30am
Clicking snaps of wildlife is a real challenging task. Whether someone is attempting to click a snap of squirrels in your garden or herd of horses on an open field – what you need is patience. Wild species could not be asked what to do and where to look exactly or even how to pose for the camera. A wildlife photographer have to be ready to click any snap any moment – a sudden photo worthy moment on camera.
For the Mashable Photo Challenge, this week, they are inviting magnificent snaps of different species in their natural habitats. William Burrard Lucas, an award winning United Kingdom based wildlife photographer, would be the guest host. Lucas is also the creator of the well known website named Photo Competitions.
William Burrard Lucas spent some of his childhood days in Tanzania. There, he developed a love for nature and wildlife. After thirteen years, he got his very 1st digital camera. He told that he worked hard to improve his photography, so that he could better document his travels during his university breaks. Very soon, Williams’ interests converged, and he found himself often traveling to click snaps of the wildlife and the natural world. For the past 8 eight years, he practiced photography till he eventually was able to make wildlife and nature photography his full time job in the year 2010. Now he mainly aims on clicking snaps wildlife in the African continent.

Clicking snaps of wildlife is a real challenging task. Whether someone is attempting to click a snap of squirrels in your garden or herd of horses on an open field – what you need is patience. Wild species could not be asked what to do and where to look exactly or even how to pose for the camera. A wildlife photographer have to be ready to click any snap any moment – a sudden photo worthy moment on camera.

For the Mashable Photo Challenge, this week, they are inviting magnificent snaps of different species in their natural habitats. William Burrard Lucas, an award winning United Kingdom based wildlife photographer, would be the guest host. Lucas is also the creator of the well known website named Photo Competitions.

William Burrard Lucas spent some of his childhood days in Tanzania. There, he developed a love for nature and wildlife. After thirteen years, he got his very 1st digital camera. He told that he worked hard to improve his photography, so that he could better document his travels during his university breaks. Very soon, Williams’ interests converged, and he found himself often traveling to click snaps of the wildlife and the natural world. For the past 8 eight years, he practiced photography till he eventually was able to make wildlife and nature photography his full time job in the year 2010. Now he mainly aims on clicking snaps wildlife in the African continent.

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Fran Achen Photography contest looking for entries; reports

June 20th, 2014 — 7:54am
Pro and amateur photographers are invited to give their snaps in the 5th annual Fran Achen Photography contest, sponsored through Whitewater Arts Alliance. The snaps would be displayed from 5th July to 27th July at Whitewater Arts Alliance’s Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main Street, Whitewater.
Fran was a longtime resident of Whitewater. He was also a popular photographer and also a teacher. Still, he is best remembered for his snap collection that chronicles Whitewater history. Whitewater Arts Alliance president Mark McPhail told that the Fran Achen competition is a great scope for photographers of all ages to follow in the tradition of artistic excellence established by one of Whitewater’s most respected and revered resident artists.
Every year, they see an amazing range of subjects as well as aesthetic perspectives from local and regional photographers – starting from portraiture to wildlife works, which help to tell this story of this remarkable community as well as their residents. The exhibit is a great tribute to a man whom their community remembers not just as a photographer, but also as a historian, teacher and a friend.
This year, one of the new features would a display of color snaps that was never experienced earlier in this contest. Chad, Fran Achen’s son, is supplying these snaps for the exhibit.
The entries must be sent before 20th June to Whitewater Arts Alliance, P.O. Box 311, Whitewater, WI 53190.
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Pro and amateur photographers are invited to give their snaps in the 5th annual Fran Achen Photography contest, sponsored through Whitewater Arts Alliance. The snaps would be displayed from 5th July to 27th July at Whitewater Arts Alliance’s Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main Street, Whitewater.

Fran was a longtime resident of Whitewater. He was also a popular photographer and also a teacher. Still, he is best remembered for his snap collection that chronicles Whitewater history. Whitewater Arts Alliance president Mark McPhail told that the Fran Achen competition is a great scope for photographers of all ages to follow in the tradition of artistic excellence established by one of Whitewater’s most respected and revered resident artists.

Every year, they see an amazing range of subjects as well as aesthetic perspectives from local and regional photographers – starting from portraiture to wildlife works, which help to tell this story of this remarkable community as well as their residents. The exhibit is a great tribute to a man whom their community remembers not just as a photographer, but also as a historian, teacher and a friend.

This year, one of the new features would a display of color snaps that was never experienced earlier in this contest. Chad, Fran Achen’s son, is supplying these snaps for the exhibit.

The entries must be sent before 20th June to Whitewater Arts Alliance, P.O. Box 311, Whitewater, WI 53190.

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Wedding Photography Tips: Mel DiGiacomo on Photojournalistic Approach

June 15th, 2014 — 6:19pm

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Graham’s How to Photograph: Flowers

May 18th, 2014 — 12:48pm

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Shutter Count – Info and Howto – Learn Photography in Nepali.

April 20th, 2014 — 7:50am

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Brennan gets appreciation from all corners

April 1st, 2014 — 4:24pm

Thirty year old Laura Brennan from Ferring established her very own business named Cherry Red Photography in the year 2012. She now concentrates on family portraits, newborn babies as well as weddings. This year, she became a part of just 80 people to be honored by Guild Of Professional Photographers.

Becoming qualified calls for a rigorous assessment procedure as it is not just the photographic talent, but service has also been thought about as well. Mrs Brennan told that she did not really realize how much of a huge deal this was at first. She joined Guild of Professional Photography to back her up in her business and because she wanted to get a mentoring scheme set up so that she could improve more.

She added that when she handed her twenty snaps, she was told that she did not require a mentor. She was also told that she was better than others. That came as a surprise because she is her worst critic. Still she is just more than thrilled to have gotten this recognition. Now, it is really wonderful to see her hard work paying off and being appreciated. She is thankful to her family members, friends as well as clients for their continuous encouragement and support. To get something like this is really amazing.

Mrs Brennan analyzed A-level white and black darkroom photography after she attended Davison High School for Girls. It was not till the year 2007 when she purchased herself an SLR shooter when she started thinking about pro photography.

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