Peter Barnes, a passionate photographer, shares that it was during his student life in high school that the idea of trying his hands in photography crossed his mind for the very first time.
At the age of 17, when he acquired his camera, he could not think that this would be his passion and profession at the same time. He kept on practicing and slowly developed his own style of photography.
According to Peter Barnes, he was not concerned about having his own style, but with time he saw that he found one. Presently he is pretty confident about having a modern yet clear style of photography.
He has been getting a lot of offers to take photographs, and one of the memorable experiences is to shoot his favorite music band Lights. Since the management of the band as looking for a photographer with a different perspective towards photography, Peter Barnes got the chance. Read the rest of this entry »04.1.16
Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, the most prestigious photography exhibit in the world has come back to the Royal Ontario Museum for its 3rd annual stop. The exhibit arranged by Natural History Museum in London, makes their Canadian debut at Royal Ontario Museum starting this night, 21st November, 2015.
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When you have a business, and now that you are seeking for the professional designer knowing the importance of the site’s making, then you must search across to employ a suitable and a professionally experienced designer for your site to become exclusively extraordinary. Read the rest of this entry »05.13.15
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You know the feeling when you like a fish dinner. This is what has been happening to this hungry heron which was saved on camera snapping up as well as devouring their dinner. It was a huge fish and it thrashed their body repeatedly from side to side in a bid to escape. But it was trapped in the beak of a hungry heron without any chance of survival – and it seems to have been swallowed whole.
The breathtaking snap of a deadly battle was clicked by John Scamell, a Southampton wildlife photographer, who often sees nature in the raw. Earlier this year, he took the picture of a seal eaten a tasty snack in view of people straying in a block.
The marine mammal was swimming on River Itchen near in Southampton when it saw the perfect meal and then it wasted no time in cheering its hunger. Mr Scamell clicked the picture of the seal from the balcony of his 3rd floor flat in Priory Avenue.
But the sixty three year old had to travel to the border of Hampshire-Dorset to click his newest dramatic shots. He was making up one of his monthly visits to Blashford Lakes, located near Ringwood, when a grey colored heron swooped into full and it started looking for its next food. Read the rest of this entry »04.14.15
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