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"Extreme Exposure" photography exhibit to open in Los Angeles
The five photographers on display will each have their own theme. For instance, Clyde Butcher's exhibit is entitled "Swamplands" and demonstrates an interesting display of light and shadows. Michael "Nick" Nichols' "Lush Jungle" highlights amazing wildlife, such as tigers and gorillas, captured in their natural habitats. Paul Nicklen's images evoke thoughts of alien landscapes in his photos from the Earth's icy polar regions, while Donna and Stephen James O'Meara's fiery images are from erupting volcanoes and flowing lava. All of the photographers share a common goal of drawing attention to environmental threats to the planet.
Visitors to the Annenberg Space for the exhibit will be treated to an amazing print display of these photographs which will be hanging in the gallery, but those displays will also be enhanced further by a digital film presentation too. That presentation will offer hundreds of more images from these talented photographers, as well as in depth profiles of each of the artists, and insights into the adventures they had while capturing their images.
The exhibit will open on October 23, 2010 and run through April 24, 2011.
[Photo courtesy: Paul Nicklen/Annenberg Space]