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St. John's Art Gallery asked famed photographer Hugh Morton to exhibit some of his favorite works in his hometown of Wilmington. Morton, who also shot combat reels during World War II, chose his favorite photographs out of the many he has taken over the years, which include the launching of the battleship North Carolina in the Cape Fear River and an above-the-clouds view of Grandfather Mountain near Linville.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 36 Issue 9, Oct 1968, p10-13, il, por
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14193
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A few energetic photographers decided that their work could be improved, so now a new course is being started at Chapel Hill.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 17 Issue 41, Mar 1950, p6, 17
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17049
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Hugh Morton's photographic highlights are on display in an exhibit in the North Carolina Collection Gallery of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Wilson Library. Morton, a 1943 UNC alumnus, combat photographer in World War II, and unofficial state photographer for 60 years, photographed an array North Carolina subjects from state leaders to basketball players.
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The Latino population in the state is expanding. Jose Galvez, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, captures snapshots of their culture. Most of his work has been done in the Southwest, focusing on Mexican-American life and culture. Around 2004 his focus changed to examine the diverse and emerging Latino population in North Carolina.
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19470
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Sean Ruttkay's photography is life-size and captures those rare moments such as being in the pipe of a breaking wave or the instant a sea turtle breaks the surface to breathe. His photographs range from 2 feet by 3 feet to 8 feet by 12 feet. His pieces are shot in close proximity, usually within 12 inches. Since graduating from UNC-Wilmington he has sold over 1,000 pieces of his work.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 80 Issue 12, May 2013, p28, il, por Periodical Website
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21394
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This is the first year that the photography competition was open to subscribers only, and it reduced the number of entries from previous years. There were ten categories--birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographers 13-17; youth photographers 12 and under--plus the grand prize.  There were 1,611 images entered and judged by Mike Dunn of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and three from NC Wildlife Magazine--Marsh Tillett, art director, Alyssa Stephen, graphic designer; and Melissa McGaw, magazine photographer.
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Tim Barnwell grew up in rural Madison County. For the past thirty years he has been documenting a vanishing way of life on remote mountain farm in the Southern Appalachians. Much of his work is in black-and-white photography, which is portrayed in this photographic essay on mountain people. He has authored four books on this area.
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23776
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In the early 1900s, George Masa (1881-1933) braved the wild to photograph the pristine Appalachian Mountains. As a result of his actions, much of the mountains have been protected for generations to come.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 3 Issue 5, July 2009, p44-51, il, por Periodical Website
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24857
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Doward Jones Jr. finds inspirations for his photography from a variety of sources from books to the office window at his family’s business. Among his latest images are a series depicting the changing of the seasons in the tree lined wetlands along the Roanoke River in downtown Plymouth.
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9718
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Wildlife photographer Jack Dermid has traveled across North Carolina in search of photographic opportunities. Earley discusses his life and work.
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9749
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Ken Taylor joined the North Carolina Wildlife Commission as chief photographer in 1977. He discusses what his job entails and comments on several of his photographs.
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26993
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Sally Mann is known for photographing children in provocative poses. The photographs are meant to capture how society looks at girls, and how girls confront sex. Sally’s new exhibit will be featured through December 6 at the Royall Center for the Arts in Raleigh.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 6 Issue 22, Nov 17-30 1988, p18, por Periodical Website
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2733
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Most nature lovers and sportsmen know F. Eugene Hester as an outstanding outdoor photographer who has worked for forty years. His other activities include college teaching and high-level administrative work at the U.S. Department of the Interior.
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Gabby Salazar of Guilford County shoots nature photographs like a professional. She is eighteen years old and is internationally recognized for her work. In 2004, she won the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award, which is presented by BBC Wildlife Magazine and the Natural History Museum in London, England. The prize was worth $1,500. Collins discusses how Salazar became involved with photography and her accomplishments to date.
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21395
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This is the second year that the photography competition was open to subscribers (for adults, and there were 1,235 submissions in the following categories--birds; mammals; reptiles and amphibians; invertebrates; wild plants; outdoor recreation; wild landscapes; animal behavior; youth photographers 13-17; youth photographers 12 and under--plus the grand prize. Judges were Mike Dunn NC Museum of Natural Sciences and four from NC Wildlife Magazine--Marsh Tillett, art director, Katie Parland and Bryant Cole, graphic designers; and Melissa McGaw, magazine photographer.
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