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Wildlife Photographer of The Year Exhibition In Oxford

The Natural History Museum in Oxford is hosting the Wildlife Photographer of The Year.

16 July – 22 September Free Admission Details here

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 Grand title winner Winner 2013

Animal Portraits Greg du Toit, South Africa

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Joint runner-up 2013 Animal Portraits

Hannes Lochner, South Africa

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Commended 2013 Animal Portraits

Douglas Seifert, USA

Opening hours Open daily from 10am-5pm. Admission is free.

Summer Swifts Photo Competition

Wildlife Photographer of the Year comes to the

Museum of Natural History this summer, on display 16 July – 22 September.

To mark the occasion we’re launching a photo competition of our own…

Send us your best photograph of this summer’s swifts on the wing, either around the Museum’s tower or near you. Full details here

Here is an event at the NHM that we are involved with, you might be interested

Sat 20 Imaging Techniques in Modern Natural History – a Hands- On Guide

Day school, Adults 16+, 10am-5pm

A practical course in digital imaging using electron microscopy, 3D laser scanning, multiplane microscopy and macrophotography. This course coincides with the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Museum. Fee: £60.

For more information email

education@oum.ox.ac.uk

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One response to “Wildlife Photographer of The Year Exhibition In Oxford

  1. Pingback: Photography Exhibitions Oxford September 2014 | Oxford School of Photography

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