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NCAA veteran Rich Clarkson clicking for sixty years


Rich Clarkson, the official photographer for NCAA, and has been keeping tracks of sporting events, mainly college basketball’s Final 4, since the 50s. Now at the age of 82, he has decided that this year is his last.

With over forty covers for Sports Illustrated under his belt, Rich Clarkson has been scoring in the field of sports photography since the start of his career. He also practiced the craft off the court, working as the photography director for the National Geographic from the year 1985 to 1988 and saw that his experience there was basically universal.

In a recent interview with a leading news channel, he told that you are primarily a photojournalist, and whether it is sports or natives in Africa – they are all the same thing. He told his very first photograph for seventy five cents, and is finishing his Final 4 career with snaps which go for approximately US$ 5000 each. Continue reading ‘NCAA veteran Rich Clarkson clicking for sixty yearsrgb’

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Wildlife photographer Steve Gifford becomes a part of preservation board


Steve Gifford, the area wildlife photographer, is well known for an image that he clicked of 2 baby bobcats at Columbia Mine Preserve located near Oakland City. Well, now Gifford is gliding all his talent to another level. Steve is all set to be a part of the board of directors at Sycamore Land Trust preservation house.

Sycamore Land Trust questioned him to be a part of his team earlier in the fall. He told that he has collaborated with the SLT on different conservation plans and he has got an appreciation for the way it deals with.

A leading website reported that in an email, Steve told that their love for protecting Indianas natural heritage is contagious and it has always conducted with integrity and excellence. It has been a real honor to accept their invitation and be a part that great team. Continue reading ‘Wildlife photographer Steve Gifford becomes a part of preservation boardrgb’

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


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.