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    Interesting stuff Tim. It was the Live View improvements that most interested me too. When I've used a D800 in the past I've always felt its LV function was a poor relation to my Canon 5D3's. The dual window feature is definitely of interest, I often use LV to check my DoF [...]

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    on Valerie Millett

    Valerie, your work continues to grow and become more focused and expressive. You certainly do have a feel for the desert landscape! Best wishes to you. G Dan Mitchell

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    on On Vision… Part 1

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    - Jay Patel, 13:14 28th Jun

International Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition


environmental landscape photographer of the yearThe Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) international environmental photographer of the year competition recognises photographers that bring awareness to environmental and social issues. Highlighting communities and ecosystems that are struggling with changing climates

The exhibition runs from10th April - 3rd May, Royal Geographical Society, London. Then touring to Grizedale Forest Visitor Centre, Forestry Commission England, in Cumbria from 25 May – 1 September 2013, culminating at CIWEM’s new headquarters, conference and members’ facility in Farringdon, London in Autumn 2013.

The 3,000 entries were judged on impact, composition, originality and technical ability by the selectors.

One thought on “International Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition

  1. We went and had a look at this exhibition at Grizedale last week. I don’t think it has been well published and judging from the visitor book there haven’t been very may visitors. It wasn’t easy to find and when we arrived and asked someone where it was he said they may have shut early to go and receive a reward for holiding the exhibition!! Fortunately the exhibition was open though everything else was shut. No other visitors and no staff the entire time we were there.
    Anyway the photographs are very interesting and it was worth a visit. The prints aren’t big so don’t have the visual impact of most other exhibitions. The captions are in a very small font indeed, so difficult to read.
    As an aside there was someone based at the Visitor Centre doing trip outings – photography using only Olympus Trip cameras!

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