2022 Bird Photographer of the Year – discount for GNS members

The 2022 Bird Photographer of the Year exhibition is on at Nature In Art in Gloucester until the 15th January. Nature In Art have kindly agreed to offer a discount to members of GNS, who will be admitted for £5 (normally £6.50 or £7). Simply state that you are GNS members when paying for your admission to receive the discount.

2022 is the seventh year that Bird photographer of the Year has been held and it already has firmly established itself as the pre-eminent competition of its sort.
Bird Photographer of the Year is a global photographic competition: it is a celebration of avian beauty and diversity, and a tribute to the flexibility and quality of today’s modern digital imaging systems. Never before has there been a competition of this scale dedicated purely to the growing interest in, and passion for, photographing one of the most interesting and engaging areas of natural history – birds. The advent of digital technology has revolutionised photography in recent years and some fantastic images, of a quality that wouldn’t have been possible in the days of film, now proliferate on the internet for millions to see.
This display will be fresh from its launch in September and feature images taken by photographers from across the world, selected from 20,000 entries, representing a mix of photographs taken by both hardened professionals and keen, skilled part-time photographers who, as well as having an eye for a picture and knowledge of their subject, have developed ways to exploit the potential of the ever-developing digital world. With categories from birds in the environment to bird portraits, bird behaviour and birds in flight, ‘Attention to Detail’ and black and white, urban birds and creative imagery, plus other awards including the Portfolio Award and Video Award, there is a feast of remarkable images to enjoy.

Further infomation available on the Nature In Art website.

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