British Wildlife Photography Awards

Me and my Interactive Media class visited the Beaney Museum in Canterbury. They had an exhibit for the British Wildlife Photography Awards.

I saw many different photos with different meaning, what surprised me the most was most of the photos were not set up. Only a few photos were setup. I also learnt that over and under exposing and over exposing a photo to light can be a good thing because it can make the photo look good and improving the meaning of the photo as well.

I mainly looked at three photos

starling murmuration

Starling Murmuration

Owen Hurmphreys

 

 

Puffling

Puffling

Richard Shucksmith

 

 

Banded DemoMale banded demoiselle {Calopteryx splendens}, silhouetted against the 'moon', Lower Tamar Lakes, Cornwall, UK. June 2014.iselle

Ross Hoddinott

 

Starling Murmuration:

The photo used a Nikon D4s with a 70mm-200mm lens set to 155mm. The shutter speed is 1600 while the aperture was set to f4 (wide).

Puffling:

The photo was taken on a Nikon D4 with 70mm-200mm lens. The shutter speed was 1/2500 with a aperture. The film speed (ISO) was 1600.

Banded Demoiselle:

The camera used was a Nikon D800 with a 200mm macro lens. The shutter speed was set to 1/800 with a aperture set to f4. the film speed was set to 400.

 

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