Tag Archives: photography

A Photographer’s Dream: Capturing the National Collections

Stunning shots! A unique project lets museum photographer reflect on getting up close with the museum’s amazingly diverse collections. Continue reading

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Judging Captured Moments

How does one choose 15 winning photos out of hundreds of entries? What makes a photo original, exceptional? Roger Bull tells us about his experience judging the Canadian Wildlife Photography contest—see the winners on display at the museum. Continue reading

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Photographing Research from the Inside

What’s it like to be a photographer on a fossil-research field trip to the Arctic? Martin Lipman joined palaeo teams from the museum on several trips, and he shares his perspective on the experience. Continue reading

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Expanding My Horizons: Awesome Arctic, Part Two

Displaying some photos on a wall: how hard can that be? That’s what Roger Bull thought before his first time developing an exhibition, Awesome Arctic. Continue reading

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