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Interview with wildlife photographer Izumi Schmidt
Are you hoping to shoot a winning image for this year’s Otago Wildlife Photography Competition? Wildlife photographer and one of our 2019 judges, Izumi Schmidt, shares some stories and advice.
Exhibition’s fan favourite soon to be announced
As Otago Museum’s 2017 Otago Wildlife Photography Exhibition wraps up this month, visitors to the exhibition are being asked to vote in the ‘People’s Choice Award’ before Monday 17 July.
2016 Otago Wildlife Photography Competition Winners Announced
The 2016 Otago Wildlife Photography Exhibition opened last night, Wednesday 8 June, with an awards ceremony celebrating the talent of amateur photographers and videographers across the region.
Pin up models
Otago Museum has recently purchased equipment to take high resolution sharp photos of our entomology collection and Kane Fleury, Collection Officer, Natural Science, is currently working on developing a system for imaging the small specimens.
Last Call for Wildlife Wonder-shots
At 5pm on Monday 16 May 2016 this year’s Otago Wildlife Photography Competition (the 17th edition) closes. Get your entries in by then for the chance to join the ranks of past winners.
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