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A 9 Year Old Wins Young Wildlife Photographer Of The Year (15 pics)

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  • 31 Oct, 2014  |
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Since 1964, the National History Museum in London has been organizing their annual Wildlife Photographer Of The Year contest. This year Carlos Perez Naval was the winner and it's not hard to see why. His photographs are very impressive.

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Carlos Receives His Prize From The Duchess Of Cambridge


15 A 9 Year Old Wins Young Wildlife Photographer Of The Year (15 pics)

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№1 Author: candysack (31 Oct 2014 02:46) Total user comments: 1436


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when i was his age, i also wished that one day my objective would grow that big... :91:
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№2 Author: Aindy (31 Oct 2014 14:43) Total user comments: 2855


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When i was young this wasnt possible. Not only the cost of the camera was out of reach, the cost of film for a couple of hundred shots plus the cost of getting the pictures developed would have been too much.
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№3 Author: Tomaz86 (31 Oct 2014 15:35) Total user comments: 10817


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Is it so hard to point the camera and take pictures? :51:
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№4 Author: fairmania (31 Oct 2014 15:48) Total user comments: 1436


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Tomaz86, to get results like that it is. Plus as Aindy said, when we were young the costs were astronomical.

Digital cameras have helped to preview shots on the cameras, and allow you to pick and choose on the screen, but it's still hard to get levels of detail and fine focus like those without knowledge and fine adjustment.

Smart kid, must have very enthusiastic parents too!
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (31 Oct 2014 23:49) Total user comments: 5461


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nice rig, great pictures. The Duchess can give me a 'prize' anytime....I wouldn't mind taking a few of her pictures, either..
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