Looking to create timeless monochrome wildlife images with a fine art feel? This issue provides the inspiration you need. Tom Way is an award-winning photographer who regularly travels to exotic locations across the world, but it’s Africa and the charismatic large mammals residing there that are his main passion. In this issue, he takes the opportunity to share his experience of what works and what doesn’t when it comes to creating those refined black and white show-stoppers.
Meanwhile, Sarah Blodgett, a photographer based in Ithaca, New York, expresses her enthusiasm for birds in her article ‘A Salton Sea Adventure’. Sarah tells the story of this unique location in southern California which has become a gem for photographing birdlife, with around 400 species flocking to the area. It’s a fascinating destination for many birders out there.
On another note, if you’re a budding wildlife photography writer, we’d love to hear from you. Flex your writing skills, submit your article, get published and get paid for sharing your nature knowledge. Head on over to our submissions page to get involved.