Excio is hosting a photography competition, so be in to win. Check out our five tips for giving yourself the best chance of success. You can join in the fun if you are a beginner or a professional, as everyone has an equal chance at capturing that very special moment in time. So get snapping your neighbourhood from anywhere in the world.
As we head towards the end of the year, it’s time to reflect on how far we’ve come by creating something tangible with our digital files. Art of Birding members were encouraged to create calendars or other tangible products to show off all their hard work.
We are excited to announce that Excio has partnered with HuttValleyNZ for a new 8-week long photo competition! If you live in the Hutt Valley, wider Wellington Region or are planning to come and visit in the Hutt before December make sure you take a few photos!
Michael Cowen is a Kiwi born and bred who has been living in the UAE since 2006. Though it’s difficult to be an amateur photographer in the United Arab Emirates, Michael still manages to nurture his passion for landscapes and work on photo projects for ethical purposes.
Participants of the AOB challenges spent much of August developing their style by primarily working on still-life images, with the aim to have a triptych relating to a theme, ready to upload by the end of the month with weekly sparks to inspire and motivate, including macro, filters, and wabi-sabi.
Only moving to New Zealand from South Africa in 2018 and getting to grips with her camera during the Covid lockdown, Alicia Joubert is discovering that Aotearoa might be small, but it is undoubtedly mighty with countless photo opportunities - Astro being a new love but long exposure landscapes being the overall favourite for Alicia.
The frost has gone, the birds are chirping, and the flowers are starting to bloom. Spring has finally arrived! It has been a wet and stormy winter, but now that Spring is here, there is plenty to be excited about.