As the year comes to a close, we tend to reflect on the past and, here at Wild Planet, we are no exception. We have set-out to help you improve both your photographic learning and style with all of our articles over the past year, providing a host of techniques, tips and creativity, from a fantastic set of leading wildlife photographers.
Following photographic competitions is also a great way to get inspired and push your creative boundaries. Helping you keep up-to-date, we are always thrilled to share our favourite entries and winning images from the latest wildlife photography competitions.
Wild Planet has also introduced several new features over the course of the last year and we aim to keep things fresh, with new ideas for 2020. So keep your eye out for lots of new content.
Looking at our planner for the year ahead is very exciting, with lots of new and innovative photographers covering a huge range of topics to stimulate your own photography, whether you are an enthusiast or seasoned pro.
In this month’s issue, wildlife photographer duo and tour guides, Bob Harvey and Diane Kelsay, explain their advice for photographing hummingbirds in low-light settings.
In our Au Natural article, amateur wildlife photographer, blogger and writer, Marie T Smith, shares her personal account of learning new ideas, from an enthusiast’s point of view, while on a photographic safari.
Back with more tips in our In Focus column, is wildlife photographer and safari tour guide, Will Fox, with his indispensable knowledge on fieldcraft, helping you to get the most out of your time in the field.
Aside from all of our usual reader features, we showcase some of the outstanding images from Nature Photographer of the Year 2019, and your photos of cheetahs for December’s Global Awareness Day - International Cheetah Day (December 4th).
Don’t forget to keep an eye-out for our latest photo challenges detailed in our Instagram stories each month. You can also enter any of your latest wildlife images into our regular reader features, all of which which you can find on our submissions page.
With the festive season fast approaching, Wild Planet, would like to take the opportunity to thank all of our readers for taking part in our online magazine and we wish all of our readers and contributors a very Happy Holiday and a productive New Year.