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Even though ‘collaging’ photo has been quite popular on Instagram for sometime now, if you wanted to blend multiple photos into a single square frame, then you had to depend on to a 3rd party application such as Diptic or Pic Collage to do it.
One negative aspect of these 3rd party platforms is that they often had a limited number of styles to break the frame and you had to apply a border to break your snapshots. Today Instagram started a photography collage application of their own named Layout that is presently available just for iOS.
When opened, the very first thing the application asks you to do is to select the snaps that you would prefer to add in your collage – a great departure from the 3rd party applications that asks you to select your grid first. Users will be able to select up to nine snapshots and when you select – the app will give you options as how to arrange the snaps. It also eliminates the borders that offer a clearer look. Continue reading →
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Entries for photographs have opened for British Wildlife Photography Awards that carry a £5000 overall 1st prize and extra valuable prizes of photography equipment.
There are 16 different categories that includes urban wildlife, animal behaviour, habitat, marine life, animal portraits, the hidden secret world which lies in the undergrowth as well as a special award for wildlife in HD VideoAlso 2 junior categories as well as a school award – to encourage young lads to get close with nature through photography.
Naturalist and television presenter Chris Packham told that each year the British Wildlife Photography Awards generates an incredible catalogue of exciting, splendid, artistic images and imaginative, proving beyond doubt that they have the richest palette of life to celebrate in their own backyard. Anyone passionate about preserving and protecting wildlife would be inspired by British Wildlife Photography Awards that in its 6th year has done more than any other award to raise the profile of British wildlife. Continue reading →
The Houston Museum of Natural Sciences is all set to exhibit 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year honor, 30th January, featuring hundred awe-inspiring snaps, exhibiting lovely animal behavior, majestic wild landscapes as well as several other things.
In a statement, The Houston Museum of Natural Sciences said: Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind, providing a global platform that showcases the natural worlds most astonishing and challenging sights for 50 years.
Launching in 1965 and attracting 361 entries, today the competition receives almost 42,000 entries from 96 countries highlighting its enduring appeal. This years 100 award-winning images will embark on an international tour that allows them to be seen by millions of people across six continents. Continue reading →