Coming Soon: Digital Photography In The Bush 2017
March 10th-12th, at Geelong, Victoria
Our DPITB program is now finalised, and registration is now open.
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The latest Photo Competition has just closed for entries, and before we open voting, we are taking the opportunity to change our website hosting provider. We anticipate that this should be a relatively fast operation, but until we can confirm that the new hosting provider has completed the transfer correctly we have disabled image submissions to this website. We have also disabled upload of image and attachments to Forum posts; but have not closed the Forum, since we would like current posts to still be accessible. However, we ask members to please refrain from posting new messages to the Forum until the changeover is complete. This will be notified by an announcement on this page - hopefully within a day or so.
BirdLife Photography Website Administrator
The Mystery Reviewer’s choices from the Intermediate and Entry levels of the 'Birds In Flight' competition are now available.
Intermediate Level – Birds In Flight
Here are the top 5 images chosen by the Mystery Reviewer for the Intermediate Level:
The full Mystery Reviewer's report for the Intermediate Level competition is available here.
Entry Level – Birds In Flight
Here are the top 5 images chosen by the Mystery Reviewer for the Entry Level:
The full Mystery Reviewer's report for the Entry Level competition is available here.
Congratulations to all these photographers, in both categories, for their quality bird images.
Member voting for the Birds in Flight competition, which closed for entries on 5th October and for voting on 24th October, has been analysed and the results for the top 5 images in each category are listed here. In line with many other bird/wildlife photo competitions, we present the results in the following manner: the Winner is the image which received the most votes; and we also show the next four highest placed images, rating them as Highly Commended if they received at least 90% of the votes for the winning image, and Commended for scores less than that.
Advanced Level – Birds in Flight
This category attracted 66 entries, from 18 photographers. 35 members voted, with the following result:
Intermediate Level – Birds in Flight
This category attracted 131 entries, from 45 photographers. 37 members voted, with the following result:
Entry Level – Birds in Flight
This category attracted 46 entries, from 19 photographers. 33 members voted, with the following result:
Congratulations to all these photographers for their quality bird images.
The Tom Oliver Award seeks to entice photographers and/or photography-educators to create an original and inspiring educational resource enabling bird photographers to advance their photographic knowledge-base and technical competencies.