Born Free Foundation appeal launched to rehome two lions – former ‘exotic pet’ Ciam and former zoo lion Nelson – to South African sanctuary
In this interview, Richard Peters explains his inspirations and why he believes you don’t have to travel to exotic locations to get great photos
Nikon announces the D7500, designed to expand the creative possibilities for photographers as they pursue their passion in photography.
Congratulations to Eduardo Barrento from Portugal, who wins our March 2017 Photo of the Month event with this stunning Spoonbill picture.
Perdita describes her style and wildlife photography goals with some helpful tips for wildlife photography enthusiasts
Congratulations to Peter Worthington from Scotland, who has won the latest Wild Planet book competition and takes away the beautiful picture packed ‘The Mara’ publication
Nikon announces its range of commemorative camera and lens models and goods to celebrate its 100th Anniversary
Zoologist and conservationist Victoria Hillman has a passion for the smaller subjects of the animal kingdom. She explains the techniques needed to create artistic macro pictures
People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is calling for an army of volunteers to record any sightings of wild mammals
Víctor Ortega from Spain wins our February 2017 Photo of the Month competition and $100 prize with a creative picture of a seagull.
Wildlife photographer Jaymi Heimbuch shares her best advice for aspiring photographers and tells of how she helps to preserve wild species
‘Sanctuaries Not Tanks’ campaign from Born Free Foundation calls for an end to the exploitation of captive dolphins, whales and porpoises
The rare Ethiopian wolves are beginning to recover from three tough years in their stronghold in the Bale Mountains…
We have teamed up with FUJIFILM to bring you a fantastic giveaway with a retail price of $1899.94. It includes the X-T20 and XF18-135mm f/3.5-5.6R LM OIS.
British wildlife photographer Russell Savory is a man who will stop at almost nothing to achieve the perfect shot. His secret? Understanding his subjects.
Most wildlife photographers would jump at the chance to photograph polar bears in the wild, but how many of them know these fascinating facts?
Alison describes why photographing big cats such as tigers, jaguars and lions is her passion in this quick-fire interview…
Sigma has added four new lenses to its line up…
Dillon Anderson has won the title of Photographer of the Year 2016 for his portrait of a nocturnal Margay Cat. WPM Showcases the other winners
Leica UK will host a brand new exhibition by wildlife photographers and artists, Olly & Suzi, showcasing images of endangered African wild dogs
Social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram are now regarded as an essential means to marketing your photography. David Lloyd offers his advice on the matter…
Congratulations to Subrat Kumar Seet from India, who wins our January 2017 Photo of the Month competition and $100 prize with a picture of two foxes.
Incredible images by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers will be brought together in a beautiful new book for 2017 – a follow-up to Remembering Elephants
How can we create interesting pictures of diverse wildlife around us without having to travel to far away lands? Brian P. Slade offers a few pointers