When it comes to our best pictures, we all have a story to tell. Publish your picture in Wild Planet Photo Magazine, share the ‘behind the scenes’ story and earn $50.
Congratulations to Rene Akkies from the Netherlands for this silhouette of a Bluethroat. He tells us the story behind the image.
This month we present the great portfolio of wildlife photographer David Nimorwicz, finding out more about his heroes and approach in this article.
Each month we publish the very best reader submissions in our “Exhibition Gallery”. See your work published and you could win a Platinum membership
In our latest chapter of From the Hide, Jared Lloyd exposes the fascinating world of the male sage grouse as they vie for the hearts and minds of hens
We focus on the portfolio of Simon Roy this month. We’d love to publish your portfolio in the ‘Reader Focus’ section of the magazine.
Heading out with your camera, an open mind and thorough research can transform lacklustre images into extraordinary captures. Mark Sisson discusses the importance of doing your homework while photographing wildlife
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
US based wildlife photographer Tin Man Lee shares his influences, inspirations and best advice for budding wildlife photographers
We focus on the portfolio of Ben Dalgleish this month. We’d love to publish your portfolio in the ‘Reader Focus’ section of the magazine.
Easily disturbed, the brown hare is a subject that requires considered fieldwork. Mark Hamblin talks alternative methods to guarantee a great shot
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
Take part in this unique feature in Wild Planet Photo Magazine, Presenting. Ashley Morgan showcases her stunning pictures this month
Boasting bobcats, coyotes, black-tailed deer and elk, the wildlife-rich area of Point Reyes National Seashore in California is a prime location for wildlife photographers. Melissa Groo offers her must-read advice for photographers planning a visit
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
Mario Cea’s image, The blue trail, has won the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award
The challenges of winter in Yellowstone bring about smart survival strategies that defy plunging temperatures. Jared Lloyd explains how species in this environment continue to demonstrate remarkable endurance
What is our incentive behind taking wildlife pictures? Mark Sisson explains why this question requires deeper thought
Joe Gliozzo takes prime position in our “Exhibition Gallery”. Enter your wildlife pictures, see your work published and you could win a Platinum membership.
Every month we showcase pictures that demonstrate the skill needed to create silky smooth backgrounds. Send us your best bokeh picture and see it published within the magazine.
Congratulations to Thomas Chadwick from the USA for this impressive owl picture. Hhe tells us the story behind the image.
Take part in this unique feature in Wild Planet Photo Magazine, Presenting… Showcase your best pictures and answer a handful of questions.