Birds-of-Paradise Presentation in Jakarta

I gave a presentation on Ed Scholes and my Birds-of-Paradise Project in Jakarta last week.  Read about it in the Jakarta Post!

 

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    @America Presentation Online

    If you were not able to attend Tim’s presentation, Birds of Paradise: Crown Jewels of Indonesia’s Biodiversity, you can watch it online.  The @America website posted the entire talk.  You can also see some pictures they took here.

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      New Book on Hornbills

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      Tim started shooting hornbills many years ago and did a story for National Geographic Magazine in July 1999.  Hornbills Of The World is a photographic guide that gives descriptions of all the species and other general information like their unique breeding behavior.  Tim’s photographs are used for most of the Asian species of hornbills.  Soon this book will be available to purchase on our website, Tim Laman’s Wildlife Photo Archive.  You can see Tim’s spectacular hornbill photos here – Tim Laman Wildlife Photojournalist.

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        Jakarta Presentation

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        This week Tim will be presenting his Birds of Paradise talk at @america.  This cutting edge cultural center is in Jakarta, Indonesia.  From 7 – 9 pm, Tim will be at Pacific Place and it is open to all.  If you are in the area, check it out!

         

         

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          Watch Tim’s LOOK3 Birds-of-Paradise talk on LIVESTREAM

          Poster for TIm Laman's TREES talk at the Paramount Theater at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph 2013

          If you didn’t happen to be at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph last month and would like to watch Tim Laman’s multimedia presentation on his Birds of Paradise Project, you can do so here on LIVESTREAM…

           

          LIVESTREAM OF TIM LAMAN BIRDS OF PARADISE TALK

           

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            Bird-of-Paradise Intro video hits 3 million views!

            Our Bird-of-Paradise Project Intro video hit another milestone on YouTube today, passing 3,000,000 views!  This video featuring the work of Ed Scholes and myself to document all the Birds-of-Paradise was put together by our talented colleagues at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology multimedia department.  Thanks for the great work guys in making this so appealing to so many people!

             

             

             

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              Birds-of-Paradise in the TREES Exhibit at LOOK3

              It was a real thrill to see my Birds-of-Paradise images showcased on huge banners in the TREES exhibit at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph this past week.

              Forty of my images were printed double sided on twenty large banners that now hang all along the beautiful outdoor pedestrian mall of historic downtown Charlottesville.  The exhibit will be up until mid-July, so check it out if you are in the neighborhood.

              Here I am posing below one of the huge images in the Birds-of-Paradise TREES exhibit at LOOK3. (photo by Stacy Gold)

              Here I am posing below one of the huge images in the Birds-of-Paradise TREES exhibit at LOOK3.           (photo by Stacy Gold – Thanks Stacy!)

               

               

               

              Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise and Red Bird-of-Paradise in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA

              Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise and Red Bird-of-Paradise in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA

               

               

              Paradise Riflebird, Goldies Birds-of-Paradise, Magnificent Bird-of-Paradise and others in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA.

              Paradise Riflebird, Goldies Birds-of-Paradise, Magnificent Bird-of-Paradise and others in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA.

               

               

              Red Bird-of-Paradise in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA

              Red Bird-of-Paradise in the Trees Exhibit at LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, VA

               

              I could not be more pleased with how well the printing was done and the exhibit hung.  Thanks to the organizers of this fabulous event!

               

               

               

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                1st Place in the World’s Rarest Birds

                Tim won first place in the World’s Rarest Birds competition.  His photo of the Marquesan Imperial-pigeon won 1st place in the Endangered category.

                1st Place Winner - The Marquesan Imperial-pigeon

                1st Place Winner – The Marquesan Imperial-pigeon

                 

                This image, along with other of Tim’s images, have been published in the book The World’s Rarest Birds by Erik Hirschfeld, Andy Swash, and Robert Still.  You can see the story, along with the other winners, by the Huffington Post.

                 

                 

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                  Nat Geo Creative agency launched

                  National Geographic has consolidated and rebranded their photography and talent agency as “National Geographic Creative”, and I’m proud to be represented by them.  They represent me for my stock photography and video, and also for commercial assignments.   Check out their fully revamped website where you can see the portfolios of all their photographers, including a new page feature some of my work.  NatGeoCreative Website

                   

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                  National Geographic Creative logo

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                    Featured in New York Times Lens Blog

                    My work on the Birds of Paradise is featured today in an interview and gallery on the New York Times Lens Blog.

                    This is one of the leading photojournalism blogs in the world, so it is an honor to be featured.  Check it out.

                    Tim Laman's Birds of Paradise are featured on the New York Times Lens Blog today

                    Tim Laman’s Birds of Paradise are featured on the New York Times Lens Blog today

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