As Ambassador for the 2017 Nature Conservancy Australia Photo Competition and wildlife category judge, I'm pleased to announce the winning and highly recommended images from each category have been awarded. The image I chose as the wildlife winner also won the overall competition. A huge congratulations to Harrison Warne, for his beautiful image of an Eastern Spiny-tailed
Michael Snedic is one of Australia’s most accomplished wildlife and nature photographers. He has been photographing across Australia (and overseas) for the past 20 years and he has loved every minute of it! He is owner of ‘WildNature Photo Expeditions’, and has presented photography workshops and tours across Australia and the world for the past 14 years.
An experienced, professional photography tutor, especially in digital photography, Michael is also a writer of nature/photography articles for magazines such as Australian Geographic, Australian Photography +Digital, Wildlife Australia, Australian Birdlife as well as the UK’s BBC Wildlife.
Michael is very passionate about wildlife and nature photography and loves sharing his images and photographic knowledge with others. He hopes you enjoy browsing this website.
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Nikon have outdone themselves with the release of their latest SLR camera, the D850. It has an impressive 45.7 effective megapixels, which allow the photographer to capture incredible images and produce 8K UHD time-lapse movies. TheD850 has superior agility, that will keep up with the demands of photographers around the world. These include continuous shooting
Each year, the Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year Photo Competition attracts a huge amount of entries from all across the globe. This year (2017), the competition received a staggering 50 000+ entries, with the winners announced recently.