Professional photographer and environmentalist, Gregory Basco, talks to Lorna Dockerill about the tropical wonders and conservation stories of Costa Rica – a destination renowned for its rainforests and vibrant birds
Wildlife photographer, Andy Howard, talks to Clare Disano about his second book ‘The Secret Life of the Cairngorms’ and what it is about the region and its wildlife that makes it his favourite location
With the launch this month of the photo book Remembering Lions, we talk to Kenya-based professional wildlife photographer, Federico Veronesi, who has championed the ‘Remembering’ cause from the start and whose breathtaking portrait of a lion adorns the cover of the latest book.
With the next Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, open for entries in October 2019, we talk to Chair of the jury, writer and editor, Rosamund Kidman Cox, about how this prestigious competition has developed, its ethics and her experience as a judge for almost thirty years.
Award-winning wildlife photographer Florian Ledoux has made it his mission to depict new perspectives of the world’s polar regions. Lorna Dockerill speaks to him about tearful polar bear moments, freezing temperatures and ethical drone photography
Diver and underwater photographer, Laura Storm, interviews Paul Colley, one of the UK’s forefront wildlife photographers, who has been making waves over the past year with his pioneering infrared photography. His technically ambitious and stunningly creative work recently scooped the overall winner of the British Wildlife Photography Awards, 2018.
Hot off the heels of her latest book launch, US-based bird photographer, Marie Read, speaks to Lorna Dockerill about capturing the avian spirit
Lorna Dockerill interviews underwater photographer and blog author Brook Peterson, who has spent many hours in the deep resulting in some serious photography wins.
After the huge success of both Remembering Elephants and Remembering Rhinos, which so far has raised more than £315,000 for conservation, Margot Raggett tells the story of the latest photo book in the series Remembering Great Apes, launching mid-October.
In an exclusive interview, Ken Kaminesky discusses the power of self belief as a photographer and his experience with Fujifilm
In an exclusive interview, Jonathan Irish talks about confronting your fears, his experience with Fujifilm and the importance of a photographic mentor
In an exclusive interview, Dan Bailey reveals how to establish a unique style and how the Fujifilm system enhanced his experience photographing wildlife.
In an exclusive interview, Karen Hutton reveals which is her favourite animal to photograph, her passions and the reasons she switched to Fujifilm.
Wildlife photographer Danny Green is fixated on getting the shot no one has yet seen. He shares the secrets of self publishing, work flow and chasing the light
New-York based photographer Pamela Underhill Karaz started out painting wildlife before her obsession with photographing nature subjects began. WPM learns why she put down her paintbrush and picked up a camera
Award-winning wildlife photographer Stephen Dalton pioneered the original technique for capturing high-speed images of animals in free flight. Set to launch book number 15, he explains his latest project centred on woodlands
Austin Thomas’s affinity for capturing the colourful characters of UK birdlife is clear. WPM speaks to him about those ‘walking’ owl masterpieces
Wildlife photographer and filmmaker Chris Schmid talks to WPM about drones, human-lion conflict and his fascination with mysterious animals
Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year Gordon Rae explains how he achieved his Osprey shot and the golden rules that dominate his shooting methods
Award-winning nature photographer Theo Bosboom combines linear compositions with graphic style. Theo shares his wildlife experiences with WPM
Swiss wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini has a vast polar portfolio. She speaks to WPM about her obsession with the rhythm of nature
Interview with US-based wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas
Images by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers are being brought together in a new book for 2017 named Remembering Rhinos. WPM caught up with the founder of both projects, Margot Raggett to find out more
WPM chats to award-winning wildlife photographer Anup Shah about how he works to capture the authentic personalities of wild animals in the Mara
With more than 40 trips to Africa in twelve years under their belt, husband and wife team Sarah and Andy Skinner are dedicated to bringing home unique animal pictures. The duo speak to WPM
Throughout his life, Jean-Marie Ghislain was afraid of the ocean’s dangerous predators. In 2008, he decided to face his fears. Since his first dive with sharks, the Belgian artist has been dedicated to underwater photography as well as protecting marine life…
As one of India’s most prominent wildlife photographers, Rathika Ramasamy has a wealth of knowledge to share. We get to know Rathika, this month’s Guest Editor, in this interview which introduces her work
Trai Anfield traded her life as a TV weather forecaster for a career as a natural history photographer, film maker and presenter. In her latest exhibition, The Trophy Room, she challenges trophy hunters to pick up a camera instead of a gun. We speak to Trai about this unusual showcase
As one of the world’s most published nature photographers, Art Wolfe’s photography has been seen and admired by millions. WPM interviews Art Wolfe.
Piper Mackay has spent the last 12 years photographing the wilds of Africa, having swapped a career in fashion for a life behind the lens. She explains her journey into photography with WPM