The February 2018 issue of Wild Planet Photo Magazine has landed! This month’s issue dives into the realm of environmental wildlife images with award-winning UK wildlife photographer Ben Hall. From panoramic vistas and mountainous terrain, to dense forest and snow drifts, showing wildlife in the landscape creates a sense of place and connection. Hall expands on his techniques and approaches, offering his advice on working with the weather and composing for wider scenes.
When was the last time you browsed through images taken months, or even years ago? Perhaps the beginning of 2018 is the perfect time to reflect, as Mark Sisson suggests in this issue. In this month’s article he shares how delving into the archives and reviewing old pictures can provide fresh inspiration.
This issue also showcases some top notch photo essays from readers, with outstanding work from the WPM community across the globe. Thank you to all the photographers who took part in our special Winter Vision gallery competition, which is viewable here. We received exceptional entries, many showcasing the true beauty of wildlife in the winter. Keep checking back to find out when our next competition begins.
Mark Sisson explains why conducting a personal review of your wildlife photography archive can be a steep learning curve, and how you should consider the development of your photography to be an artistic process