STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD
The internet plays host to millions of images, so just how do we give our wildlife photography the advantage? One helpful tool is to read this month’s article by award-winning photographer, Richard Garvey Williams, who looks at The Power of Simplicity.
In a two-part series, wildlife photographer and tour guide, Mark Sisson, delves into the benefits of adding video to your portfolio. Part one looks at how we can use our spare time capturing video, without detracting from shooting our still images.
With the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) open for entries next month, Wild Planet talks to writer, editor and Chair of the Jury, Roz Kidman Cox, who tells us all we need to know about the competition and gives some useful advice for those of us who would like to enter our own images.
Ahead of the launch of the long-anticipated fourth book in the celebrated ‘Remembering Wildlife’ series on October 17, we review Remembering Lions and whet your appetite with a taster of just some of the incredible images within its pages.
Celebrating bird photography from around the world, BPOTY announces the 2019 winners and we share some of our favourites from the competition. If that wasn’t awe-inspiring enough, then take a look at our Spotlight On interview with the overall winner, Caron Steele.
Aside from all this, we share some of your entries from our September Photo Challenge - Night Photography and celebrate this month’s Global Awareness Days; International Primate Day and World Rhino Day.
With part two of Mark Sisson’s Understanding Video article coming and our interview with Federico Veronesi, there is plenty to get excited about in next month’s issue. In the meantime, we look forward to seeing even more of your images, so head here to our submissions page. Clare Disano • Editor
Our latest photo challenge depicts wildlife in the dead of night, highlighting the often difficult obstacle of getting the right balance of light and dark. Reader, Walter Stein, wins a VIP membership with his image of a Kudu drinking from a water hole
Getting your images noticed is becoming more problematic, especially with ever-smaller tablet and phone screens. Award-winning photographer, Richard Garvey Williams, takes a look at ways to help you create simple, bold and clear photographs that stand out.
Wildlife photographer and tour guide, Mark Sisson, tells us why you should consider adding video to your wildlife photography skill-set: Part 1. Next month, in part 2, Mark offers key considerations when shooting video and focuses on both practical advice and creative techniques
With the next Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, open for entries in October 2019, we talk to Chair of the jury, writer and editor, Rosamund Kidman Cox, about how this prestigious competition has developed, its ethics and her experience as a judge for almost thirty years.
Having completed its fourth year, Bird Photographer of the Year (BPOTY) is pleased to announce the 2019 winners of this prestigious competition. The following press release provides all the information on the winning images.