A free public curriculum regarding nature photography would be put up in Parker River National Wildlife Refuge visitor area on 9th august, Saturday, beginning at 1:30 pm. Bill Rudock, a nature and wildlife photographer, would present an event named The Twelve Elements of Award-Winning Images. These components have been determined as essential for the success of any snap. In his plan, he would showcase and explain examples of all twelve elements.
Rudock, the founder of First Light Photography, got the Master’s and Craftsman degrees from Professional Photographers of America. He has also been feted with desired court of honor 3 times, and his snaps appear in National Loan Collection. Kodak handed Bill their award of excellence two times and displayed his snaps at the Epcot exhibit in the Disney World.
This free public event is being bought at by refuge as well as Photographic Society of Parker River National Wildlife Refuge. In general, the Society meets on 2nd Saturday afternoon of each month in refuge center auditorium. When this program is totally free and it does not need pre-registration or space would be limited to the first seventy dive attendees.
Lincoln’s William H. Parris was honored with the grand prize in Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art’s 4th annual Art in Nature Photo Fest’s photo contest with the Pressing On entry. Over one thousand entries were picked up from 186 snappers representing 2 countries and twelve states, from as far away as Alberta in Canada.
Tony and Carol Dilger, two wildlife photographers, would be downsizing for their next exhibit. The wife and husband team, based in Settle, are revealing their work at the Gallery on the Green, housed in an ex telephone box. The exhibit named After Out of Africa and into the Dales would feature wildlife snaps during photography safaris in South Africa.
Tony stated that it is a magnificent wildlife photography from the heart of evolution’s chamber transposed to the parky confines of United Kingdom’s tiniest art gallery, a dose of the tropical exotica for Dalesfolk as well as off-comers alike. The pair are both passionate when it comes to photography, triggered by fascination along with the natural world as well as a love of caving, mountaineering and climbing.
They told that photography is a way of exploring. They started their careers in photography around 10 years ago when they sold their family home at Clapham, moving to an small apartment in Settle and also purchasing a luxury motor house. Five years ago, in an interview, Tony Dilger told that they sleep, live and breathe wildlife photography, they are living the dream.
And their dream has taken them to the wild lands of Scotland as well as the game reserves of South Africa from the Dales in their quest to look at nature at its exquisite, most elusive or simply spectacular. They have also sealed a deal with guides Zane Engelbrecht and Alisha Ellis to run safaris in South Africa under the name Fully-Focussed Safaris.
Today, Clickin Moms announced that registration has started for Click Away, the very first photography conference made for women as well as female photographers of all skill levels on 11th to 13th September, 2014 in and acrtoss Salt Lake City in Utah.
Click Away would introduce a unique education schedule as well as product/technology focus unique to the this industry. Click Away conference, this year would feature over ninety instructors teaching more than three hundred classes as well as programs covering a wide variety of photo genres and other specialties. Conference programming innovation include a serious emphasis on small group learning experiences like photo walks, hands-on shooting, interactive learning activities and excursions. The conference would also address keynote programs from top selling author Elizabeth Gilbert as well as photographer and adventurer Joy Prouty.
Click Away event concentrates an interactive and collaborative attendee experience. Conference events and activities would encourage attendees to make brand new friends and also engage with one another through shared learning and social links.
Clickin Moms CEO Sarah Wilkerson told that they are thrilled to be introducing a photography conference with many new and innovative approaches to programming, product interaction and attendee experience. She added that over the last several years, the number of women across the world who have picked up a DSLR camera and taken up photography has exploded. With women now dominating in the art, craft and business of photography, Click Away – with its goal of invigorating and inspiring attendees – is another way that thgey are speaking to and serving the demographic that now defines this market.
It appears that Apple’s mobile imaging group has a new leader. On Friday, it was reported that Ari Partinen, former Nokia camera engineering executive, would depart the Finnish phone company and join their American rival.
Ari declared the move on Twitter. He stated that Friday was his last day at Nokia and he very soon he would start a whole new chapter in Cupertino, California. Ari’s LinkedIn profile says that he left the Finnish giant as Lumia Photography Lead – in the areas of mobile photography, verification up-streaming, image quality verification, third party management and collaboration, technical marketing and supplier collaboration in various multimedia segments. He was responsible for top Nokia products that include Nokia N8 and Nokia 808 PureView.
Ari, who is a Helsinki University of Technology graduate, joined the European smartphone maker as an image quality engineer in the year 2007. He is accredited as one of the artificers of Nokia’s PureView technology that is widely described by photography enthusiasts as one of the very few top mobile camera technologies currently available.
PureView system uses pixel oversampling as well as on-chip image processing to squinch a very large snap — Nokia Lumia 1020 comes with a forty-one megapixel shooter. The camera hides into the thin body the device. This lets people click sharper images, with enhanced digital zoom capability, along with better low light camera performance.