It’s all in the detail
Our March issue is full of exciting features and stunning imagery from around the world. In our Au Natural article, wildlife photographer, Brad James, looks at how beneficial knowledge of his local areas has been to his photography. Visiting them regularly has helped him to achieve a variety of images to add to his collection.
In our Technique article this month, award-winning wildlife photographer, Ben Hall, shares his invaluable knowledge on using light to create images with atmosphere, helping to strike an immediate connection with the viewer.
Camera trapping is becoming a much more popular type of photography, helping to capture images of the more elusive species. Wildlife photographer and safari tour guide, Will Fox, shares a myriad of ways to simplify camera trapping, making the pursuit much less complicated than you might think.
If projects are your thing, then take a look at our interview with Marco Ronconi, an Italian wildlife and landscape photographer, who is using traditional Japanese and Chinese ink paintings as inspiration for his project ‘Chiaro Scuro’.
In our Spotlight On feature, we talk to herpetological photographer, Ross McGibbon,
from Australia, who’s images of reptiles and amphibians will have you booking a trip to the largest country in Oceania before you can say G’day!
The latest competition news sees the winner of the LUMIX Peoples Choice Award announced. Wild Planet showcases the winning entries, chosen from 28,000 votes by
In our own photo competition this month, we celebrate parents everywhere with some of your beautiful photos, capturing the tenderness, playful characteristics and attentiveness of parenting, from a variety of species out in the wild.
Don’t forget to keep up-to-date with our latest photo challenges, detailed on 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.