Where are people posting their bird photographs online?

To: Con Boekel <>
Subject: Where are people posting their bird photographs online?
From: Richard Lane <>
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2019 09:52:21 +0000
Hello Con.

Quite a range of postings - taking me all over the country. A visual treat.

... Richard

On Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 8:22 PM Con Boekel <> wrote:
Hi Richard

Quite a few local images are posted on:

Birdlife Photography (BLP) is an interest group within Birdlife Australia.

You might wish to consider posting your images there as well. The site
offers gentle and constructive criticism should you submit an image for
critiques. It contains erudite articles on bird photography with a
strong focus on post processing. There is Forum. BLP runs four Group
competitions a year. BLP and Birdlife Australia jointly run a national
Bird Photographer of the Year competition.

The  BLP database contains over 20,000 images of Australian birds.
Search facilities enable you to quickly get an idea of the sorts of
images that are available for each species. When you submit an image you
also indicate the copyright and access arrangements you wish followed.
The database provides a good first stop for scientists,
conservationists, artists, authors and publishers.

Selected images are posted to the Premier Gallery, or may be posted on
the Group's Instagram account. There is also a BLP Facebook Group which
accepts images.


Con Boekel

On 1/5/2019 7:30 PM, Richard Lane wrote:
> Hi there.
> On visits to Jerrabomberra Wetlands and the Botanic Gardens, I have
> met lots of fellow bird photographers. Further, I read about many more
> in the COG emails who have been photographing at all sorts of
> locations around Canberra.
> I would love to see their photographs, but I don't know where people
> are posting them online. So, .... I would be very pleased if anyone
> responded to this thread with details of their online postings.
> For my part, I have recently resumed my Instagram account
> and will most likely resume my Flickr account in the
> near future (MomentsForZen,
> ).
> Many thanks to all who share.
> ... Richard

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