THE FUN IN PHOTOGRAPHY
Wildlife photography can be a serious business, especially with so many conservation issues affecting wildlife the world over. Wild Planet has been accumulating an array of amusing images of animals for months, so our May issue brings some light relief for you to look at. Our Comedy Wildlife feature will have you thinking up the perfect puns for your own whimsical images.
If you’ve been thinking of taking a tiger safari in India, you will definitely want to read our article from photographer and conservationist, Michael Vickers, whose vast experience capturing them, along with his conservation knowledge, will give you a good basis for where to start.
This month’s Wild Location has us diving around the Cornish coastline, where underwater photographer, Bethan Wade, shares her mystical tales from the deep, off the south coast of England.
Wild Planet reader, Macsen Elkouh, shares some valuable tips for getting some serious eye-level perspective from your photos.
This month, we also see the winners of the 2019 GDT Nature Photographer of the Year announced and, with so many delightful wildlife images, we showcase a selection of our favourites.
Happy reading and don’t forget to keep your photo submissions coming in. You can see all of our reader features listed here on our submissions page.
Wild Planet Photo Magazine’s monthly Editor’s Choice competition in search for the most inspiring wildlife photographs from around the world. Congratulations to our June winner David and Shiela Glatz from the United States
All walks of life are prone to funny faces and ‘whoops’ moments and wildlife is no exception. Wild Planet are pleased to share some of your delightful captures, sure to bring a smile to your face. Our favourite image by india burchell wins a VIP membership.
Wildlife plays a vital role in balancing the ecosystem within their natural environment. Showcase your images, evoke a sense of place and win $30. This month’s winner is Dawn Wilson from the United States.
Wild Planet Photo Magazine’s monthly Exhibition Gallery competition in search for the most inspiring wildlife photographs from around the world. Congratulations to our June winner Angela Yates from the United Kingdom.