Surrey photographer Alannah’s exhibit inspired by her garden’s fox family

Closed

A photographer, who volunteers at Wildlife Aid Foundation in Leatherhead has used a fox family that has established a home in her garden as inspiration for her newest exhibit. Alannah Hawker combined her love of animals and photography as part of the art researches, but it was the fox family arrival at her home in Merstham that ignited her love for wildlife. She has researched the family the past 4 years, taking pictures of three generations and even receiving some honors for some of her snaps.

According to reports, Alannah Hawker told that the fox family’s lives have become her favorite thing to photograph easily, and it is just amazing being able to show and document their lives to the world. The foxes are really secretive animals and they are very much misunderstood. Therefore, it is great to be able to drive out that somewhat.

Miss Hawker, who is all set to arrange her 3rd exhibit at RT Gallery in Merstham from 28th November, told that he expects that her snaps would receive people an insight in United Kingdom’s wildlife population.

As a Wildlife Aid Foundation volunteer in Randalls Road in Leatherhead, Hawker has had the scope to get close with the animals she serves. The 22 year old that not just she helps animals, this has made her love for their wildlife develop even more. She has set herself in a mission to click pictures of all different species she has seen and served at the centre.

Wedding and portrait photography with Graham Monro Canon Master

19 Comments

Video Score: four / five

Posing Guidelines for High School Senior Photography with Lindsay Adler

6 Comments

Video clip Rating: five / five

Natural Light Portraiture – Get A Little Known Secret!

25 Comments

Online video Rating: 4 / five

Pre wedding Photography slideshow (Metrey & Sakana)

13 Comments

Movie Score: four / 5

Wedding photography encourages tourism in Taiwan

Closed
The inbound wedding photography business is developing in Taiwan, drawing in over five thousand couples to the country per annum, as per Tourism Bureau that falls under Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
One of the bureau official stated that Alishan, Sun Moon Lake and the north coast are among the top destinations for foreign couples to capture their memories, around a dozen couples show up for photo shoots in these locations on a daily basis.
The bureau, in fact, has put together makeup booths as well as related amenities providing free services in assorted scenic place across Taiwan. It is figured that the Xiangshan Visitor Center facility in Sun Moon Lake has welcomed hundred and fifty couples each month since it started previous August.
Other go-aheads include the annual Alishan wedding ceremony, photography as well as honeymoon package. Set to start on 30th Sept. the tour saw sixteen couples from places like Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the mainland China exchange wedding vows under splendid green canopies of leafy trees in Alishan previous year.
Same packages would be promoted in other top destinations, including Pingtung County’s Liuqiu Township and Dapeng Bay, added the bureau. Taipei Wedding Photography Business Association director Chou Tai-feng told that most of the couples taking wedding snaps trips to Taiwan are from Macau, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. He added that unlike traditional honeymooners, they usually stay in Taiwan for up to ten days, getting their snaps done while sightseeing. They spend an average NT$ 200000 (i.e. US$ 6658) on such a tour.

The inbound wedding photography business is developing in Taiwan, drawing in over five thousand couples to the country per annum, as per Tourism Bureau that falls under Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

One of the bureau official stated that Alishan, Sun Moon Lake and the north coast are among the top destinations for foreign couples to capture their memories, around a dozen couples show up for photo shoots in these locations on a daily basis.

The bureau, in fact, has put together makeup booths as well as related amenities providing free services in assorted scenic place across Taiwan. It is figured that the Xiangshan Visitor Center facility in Sun Moon Lake has welcomed hundred and fifty couples each month since it started previous August.

Other go-aheads include the annual Alishan wedding ceremony, photography as well as honeymoon package. Set to start on 30th Sept. the tour saw sixteen couples from places like Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the mainland China exchange wedding vows under splendid green canopies of leafy trees in Alishan previous year.

Same packages would be promoted in other top destinations, including Pingtung County’s Liuqiu Township and Dapeng Bay, added the bureau. Taipei Wedding Photography Business Association director Chou Tai-feng told that most of the couples taking wedding snaps trips to Taiwan are from Macau, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. He added that unlike traditional honeymooners, they usually stay in Taiwan for up to ten days, getting their snaps done while sightseeing. They spend an average NT$ 200000 (i.e. US$ 6658) on such a tour.

Canon 60D — Portrait Photography by T-Dimension

7 Comments

Video Rating: 3 / 5

Wedding Photography – Shooting Around the Clock 3 12 NOON.flv

4 Comments

Video Rating: 4 / five

Wildlife snaps from readers to show the beauty of New York

Closed
Johnny Yinger termed it as sheer dumb luck when he talked about the circumstances of his snap of a perched hummingbird sticking its tongue out. He stated that it was just a blink of an eye. One just cannot plan for that. Yinger’s snap named Hummingbird Tongue was selected as the winner of the Readers Wildlife Photography Contest 2014.
Over seventy snaps were handed for judging in 2014. The 2nd spot was handed to Poolville’s Robert F. Cook for his early morning snap of 3 coyotes – two of them standing on a bale of hay – across the path from his home. Frankfort Center’s Lynn Cleveland finished 3rd with her snap of a yellow warbler.
Yinger, from Fayetteville, stated that he has got a trumpet vine in his yard that the hummingbirds totally love. Often, he stand out there and take their snaps. The professor of economics and public administration at Syracuse University added tat he could get with fifteen feet, but he had to stay very still.
Cook told that he took his snap Early Morning Coyotes from around hundred and fifty yards away with a telephoto lens. It was tough for him to get very close to the species. Coyotes are very nocturnal creatures. He rarely sees them during the day. While Cleveland’s snap, Yellow Warbler was the result of persistence and patience. It was clicked near a pond in Fairfield. Lynn Cleveland told that the yellow warbler was bugging in the scrub apple trees, the leaves were too thick to get a clear shot. It left the trees for a few minutes.

Johnny Yinger termed it as sheer dumb luck when he talked about the circumstances of his snap of a perched hummingbird sticking its tongue out. He stated that it was just a blink of an eye. One just cannot plan for that. Yinger’s snap named Hummingbird Tongue was selected as the winner of the Readers Wildlife Photography Contest 2014.

Over seventy snaps were handed for judging in 2014. The 2nd spot was handed to Poolville’s Robert F. Cook for his early morning snap of 3 coyotes – two of them standing on a bale of hay – across the path from his home. Frankfort Center’s Lynn Cleveland finished 3rd with her snap of a yellow warbler.

Tim Hensel, from Fayetteville, stated that he has got a trumpet vine in his yard that the hummingbirds totally love. Often, he stand out there and take their snaps. The professor of economics and public administration at Syracuse University added tat he could get with fifteen feet, but he had to stay very still.

Cook told that he took his snap Early Morning Coyotes from around hundred and fifty yards away with a telephoto lens. It was tough for him to get very close to the species. Coyotes are very nocturnal creatures. He rarely sees them during the day. While Cleveland’s snap, Yellow Warbler was the result of persistence and patience. It was clicked near a pond in Fairfield. Lynn Cleveland told that the yellow warbler was bugging in the scrub apple trees, the leaves were too thick to get a clear shot. It left the trees for a few minutes.