Conservation photography is an important genre that seeks to encapsulate the environment around us and create impact that extends beyond the image itself. Photographer Gab Mejia takes us through a reflective journey of his adventures, giving us the tips and tricks on how to get started with conservation photography.
Embrace the unexpected and expand your horizons as you dive deep into nature. With understanding your subject and surroundings at the crux of it all, Shaaz Jung walks us through his journey of getting the most out of wildlife photography.
Inspired many years ago by New York City based photographer Peter B. Kaplan who did a lot of bird photography in his backyard in the latter years of his career, Mike Corrando has always contemplated getting a bird feeder to lure in small birds and take on the challenge of photographing them.
Look to the sky for inspiration! While many focus on the land or sea in their landscape shots, this article covers some tips and tricks for cloud photography, so you can start making them an integral part of your outdoor compositions. Read on to find out more.
Capturing a great waterfall shot is rewarding, but the adventure of finding these hidden gems is also a reward in itself. Waterfall photography presents a unique set of challenges to novices and advanced photographers. Read on for some basic tips and tricks to get you started.
When approximately 71% of Earth is underwater, why limit your photography adventure to the dry parts of it? Read on to take a quick tour under the sea and learn tips and tricks about capturing aquatic life and waterscapes with your camera.
Go on a journey with photographer Tom de Waart as he explores his unrelenting passion for photography. Caught between living the life of a pilot and an explorer, Tom has picked up a couple of important lessons along the way. Read on to discover his four tips for capturing the perfect landscape.
The ethereal-like patterns depicted here are neither a painting, nor a drawing. They are an aerial photograph of one of Earth’s most stunning natural phenomena: the glacial rivers in Iceland. Join Suranga Weeratunga as he describes his photography practice and the challenges of working from great heights.
Animated by wildlife and landscape scenery, Immanuel Abraham Mathew frames natural wonders. Explore hidden locations and be inspired as Immanuel shares his work.
Ahmed Elsheikh takes pride in studying animal behaviour in order to get the best photographs of the untamed creatures of the wild. The Egyptian photographer shares his passion for capturing the fascinating moments in the world of wildlife.
Bound by nature, Yuyun Yuniarti is drawn to the beauty of water in its many forms. She shares the best techniques in capturing them in motion.
Take a walk on the wild side with photographer Daryl Balfour and discover how he photographs one of nature’s most stunning occurrences.
Husain Alfraid captures the most natural state of wildlife, with his enthusiasm for photography and awe of nature. He shares with us his skills of capturing animals in the wild safely and efficiently.
Dusk till dawn, Jitawat Chanpraneet skirts shorelines and wades through water to capture intense seascapes paired with skies ablaze, a true master of light.
We follow David Schultz on his journey into the wild, how he encounters nature’s finest and prepares to face the animal kingdom.
Mikko Lagerstedt is back with a series that captures those moments where nature forces you to stop and stare - when the world feels as though it sits silently still. From the glimmer of night to snow sifted alpines, his photography captures the loud brilliance of Finland’s countryside in its calmest state.
It is the epitome of nightmare fuel - you are walking along a dirt road at night, all you hear is the crunch under your feet when the thought creeps into your mind.
Nature’s expression comes in many forms, but none are quite impressive as the vast glaciers that claim the cold seas. Stefan Forster travels to the frostier parts of the world to seek where light touches these icy giants.
England-based photographer Martin Kimbell creates luminescent towers that exist only within photography. Creating a stark contrast with light and nature, he paints monuments that seem out of reach.
You can make the case that every picture in fact tells two stories: first there's the story the picture conveys—could be a sports story or a nature story, a news story or the story of a trip to the amusement park, but in all cases there's another tale to tell, and that's the story of the picture, the story that tells us what choices the photographer made, what he was thinking about and how his experience came into play.