The SIGMA 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM | Art has won the “EISA EUROPEAN DSLR ZOOM LENS 2016-2017” Award.
Elephant conservation exhibition featuring images donated by the world’s top wildlife photographers to open with a star-studded Private View
International wildlife charity, Born Free Foundation, is highlighting the plight of lions on World Lion Day by reiterating its call for this iconic species to be given the highest level of protection from international trade.
Why do Puffins capture the hearts and lenses of wildlife photographers? Mark Sisson shares his advice on photographing puffins.
Photography enthusiast Paramanandarajah Kuruparan, is our Photographer of the Week. Will you be the next?
Thinking of embarking on a photographic wildlife safari? David Lloyd, who has been both client and host, tells you the most important factors to consider when making that all important wildlife photo safari booking.
Who are the inspirational, up-and-coming wildlife photographers of our time? We introduce the aspirational portfolio of wildlife photographer Laurie Rubin.
Who are the inspirational, up-and-coming wildlife photographers of our time? We introduce the stunning portfolio of African wildlife photographer Piper Mackay.
Congratulations to Liz Ruddick from Canada, who won the Wild Planet book competition for the ‘Top Wildlife Sites of the World’ book by Will Burrard-Lucas.
Now in its 24th year, the Scottish Nature Photography Festival returns to Perth, Scotland on 10 and 11 of September 2016.
Wildlife expert Gordon Buchanan tries to get up close to a Wolves den using a special camera to see how many young cubs there are in this BBC Earth video.
Hasselblad has introduced the world’s first compact mirrorless digital medium format camera, the groundbreaking X1D.
On World Giraffe Day (21st June), the Born Free Foundation recognises the plight of giraffes as they face what some experts describe as ‘silent extinction’.
Fifty years since the release of the film ‘Born Free’, wildlife lovers are invited to join the co-founders of the Born Free Foundation for a wildlife safari.
Photographer of the week, José Carballal, showcases his portfolio and explains why photographing species closer to home is key.
Tamron has won two TIPA Awards for two lenses – the SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD and the 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC.
Monkey Beetles let the battle commence in this impressive video showing their brawl for female attention.
We showcase pictures submitted for publication by our loyal readers that display excellent silky smooth backgrounds (bokeh). Send us your best bokeh picture
Leica Camera has announced the latest addition to the Leica SL-System lens portfolio: the Leica APO-Vario-Elmarit-SL 90–280 mm f/2.8-4.
Camera trap images have revealed the existence of lions never before photographed in a remote national park in northwest Ethiopia
Olympus has revived one of its most famous half frame cameras from the film era in the form of the new Pen-F mirror-less digital camera.
A US judge has ruled that a monkey who took a selfie with a camera belonging to a British nature photographer cannot be the copyright owner of the photograph
Olympus has announced a spring launch date for the new Zuiko Digital ED 300mm f/4 IS PRO
Nikon today revealed the all-new D5, its eagerly anticipated professional model DSLR
2016 MARKS YEAR OF ACTION TO CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ICONIC FILM January 4, 2016:…
Wildlife and Nature included in multiple free to enter categories December 21: Total prize money…
The premiere of Blood Lions, the documentary that exposes South Africa’s canned hunting industry, will have its London premiere this Friday evening at the Royal Geographical Society.
New firmware upgrades to Olympus’ OM-D E-M1 and OM-D E-M5 Mark II cameras. Nikon confirms development of new D5
Remembering Elephants photo competition now open to find 10 images of elephants for inclusion in book that helps fight ivory poaching
Stephen Dalton’s famous image of a basilisk, or Jesus lizard, running across the water,…
October 27: A new scientific study published in New York yesterday has concluded that…
Richard Peters named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015. The winning photograph Shadow Walker, depicts the shadow of a red fox visiting his back garden at home. The award comes just 10 days after Peters won the Urban Wildlife category of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award
October 13: Canadian amateur photographer Don Gutoski was tonight named Wildlife Photographer of the…
Wildlife category winner will receive a photo commission to Western Australia Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year contest
Bruno D’Amicis wins prestigious award with poignant photos of world’s smallest and rarely seen desert fox
The world’s leading wildlife photographers are donating work for a book to raise money in the fight against ivory poaching. There’s a role for you too…
This remarkable footage shows adult and juvenile male satin bowerbirds building their bowers to attract females for the mating season.
The Scottish Nature Photography Festival is back! This year’s festival takes place on the weekend of 12-13 September at the prestigious Battleby Centre near Perth
Tamron unveil two new fixed focal length lenses, the first to feature the lens maker’s new external appearance and branding