A Former Student Gets the Cover of Audubon!

I’m happy to report that one of my former students, Alice Cahill (who is also a good friend and a very talented photographer) earned the Grand Prize in the 2012 Audubon Magazine Photography Awards. Her winning image is featured on the cover of the January/February 2013 issue of Audubon magazine, shown here. Congratulations, Alice!

If you’d like to see the original image (without the cropping necessary to fit the cover), and explore the other winning images, you can get started through the Audubon Magazine website here:

http://www.audubonmagazine.org/multimedia/2012-audubon-magazine-photography-awards-winners

And for more details on the January/February 2013 issue of Audubon Magazine, visit their website here:

http://www.audubonmagazine.org/magazine-issues/january-february-2013

I think you’ll agree the image is very nice. And of course, I’m proud to be able to say that a friend has a photo featured on the cover of Audubon.

Read more about (and from) Alice Cahill at her blog here: http://alicecahill.blogspot.com/

About Tim Grey

Tim Grey is in the business of making photographers smarter and happier. He is the author of more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, has written hundreds of magazine articles, and publishes the Ask Tim Grey e-mail newsletter as well as the Pixology digital magazine. He also speaks at a variety of events and leads photography workshops around the world.
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One Response to A Former Student Gets the Cover of Audubon!

  1. Richard says:

    Bird photography is so hard to do! Nice photo and congrats to Alice for winning the contest and getting the cover. By the way, the link to her website is pointing to the Audubon Magazine site…

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