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If you love to click wildlife snaps, it is your opportunity to show best snap featured in BC SPCA’s 5th annual Wildlife In Focus Photography competition. Digital snaps are accepted till 30th September in the competition that raises finances for the Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre of the society on the southern Vancouver Island. This is the place where over 2500 injured and orphaned wild species are cared each year.
BC SPCA’s manager of wildlife services Sara Dubois told that with the country’s greatest diversity of wildlife in their own province, they were excited to serve amateur and backyard photographers exhibit these stunning animals.
Some of the snaps entered in earlier contests have been boasted in BC SPCA’s AnimalSense and Bark!, local newspapers, megazines as well as even a book named – City Critters: Wildlife in the Urban Jungle, penned by journalist Nicholas Read. Dubois stated that it is a testament to the calibre of photos that are entered.
Prizes will be handed for the top 3 snaps in each of 2 categories – Backyard Habitats and Wild Settings. The competition is open to age fourteen years and up amateur and backyard photographers lodging in BC. Learn more regarding this year’s competition and see the winners from old contests at spca.bc.ca/wildlife-infocus.
The contest advocates participants to dig into roadsides, beaches, green spaces, and backyards to get magnificent snaps which represent the resilience of local wild species staying at the interface with humans.
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Mark Seliger is one of the ‘hardest’ working person in the celeb portrait business in the last quarter century, taking thousands of pictures people from President Obama to Dalai Lama to Johnny Cash. Mark Seliger has become a kind of a photo celeb himself. He has made more than 150 covers for Rolling Stone as well as working extensively for the well known magazines such as Vanity Fair, GQ as well as several other high end commercial clients.
What is quite less known is that Mark has been living a double life for over ten years. Along with his photographing popular musicians, he has also been the lead singer for his own band — Rusty Truck. In the New York Times on Tuesday, James McKinley writes about Mark Seliger’s musical adventures as well as Kicker Town, which is his group’s brand new album.
Mr. Seliger penned eleven songs, all in a traditional country style, for the album. During a telephonic interview with Lens, Mark stated the similarities between photographing and songwriting. He told that it was the same process of storytelling. A great photograph and a great song both come from an effortlessness; not thinking about it very hard and letting yourself to just enjoy it.
He added that having his picture taken was not a natural experience. He want them to come and have one of the best times they ever had.