Ever since I was a teenager growing up in Japan and visited the Canon photo galleries in Tokyo, I had a dream to one day have my own work featured there. Now I am happy to say that a selection of my best Bird-of-Paradise photographs are on exhibit at the Canon Gallery S in Canon S Tower in Shinagawa, Tokyo. It is a short walk from Shinagawa station, so if you are in Tokyo, please check it out. It includes a video I shot in 4K using Canon’s amazing EOS-1D C camera recently in Australia, displayed on a huge 84 inch monitor, and also samples of stills taken from 4K video frames.
Birds Of Paradise: Revealing The World’s Most Extraordinary Birds has been translated into Japanese and is available for purchase. One great addition to the book is that in the Japanese edition, it contains QR codes that take you directly to videos of the birds. You can find it in bookstores in Japan, or order it from the Nat Geo Japan website. If you are in the US or elsewhere and are interested in purchasing a copy please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BBC Wildlife magazine published Tim’s Birds of Paradise images in their December issue. The 13 page portfolio includes 12 of Tim’s best Birds of Paradise photographs.
This months issue of Outdoor Photographer features a story on Tim’s Birds of Paradise project. Writer Amy Gulick tells of Tim’s 8 year journey culminating with the publication of “Birds of Paradise: Revealing the World’s Most Extraordinary Birds”. It features some of Tim’s best Birds of Paradise photographs. You can view the article online at Outdoor Photographer’s website: Birds of Paradise. If you live in the U.S., you still have a couple more days to order the book to receive it before Christmas. Purchase the Birds of Paradise book at Tim Laman’s store.
The Birds of Paradise exhibit that deputed at National Geographic headquarters last year is now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. You can visit the exhibit through March 23rd, 2014. Sarah Lindenfield Hall posed a nice review at WRAL.com
I gave a presentation on Ed Scholes and my Birds-of-Paradise Project in Jakarta last week. Read about it in the Jakarta Post!