I Helped Judge the 2018 Audubon Photography Contest. Here's How We Did It
7 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
In late 2017 Sabine Meyer, the Photography Director of the National Audubon Society, approached me to join the jury for their annual photography awards contest following an introduction by wildlife and conservation photographer Melissa Groo .
Melissa and I have served on the faculty of the Photography at the Summit Nature Workshop for the past several years, and I have nothing but respect for the advocacy work she does through her photography so I was happy to join her as a judge for the contest.
I've written about photo contests for years, including the annual PhotoShelter Guide to Photo...
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