Some of the most compelling bodies of work showing the beauty of nature are also the simplest. It works with landscape photography, as we've recently seen in the impressive works of photographers like Przemyslaw Kruk and George Digalakis.
UK-based stock image provider Alamy has recently chimed in with their insights into the most popular stock photography trends as of the start of 2018. If you're among the photographers in the UK and US that regularly contribute to the stock image site, you might want to learn about their fearless forecast.
Researchers onboard the Exploration Vessel (E/V) Nautilus recently captured rare images of a jellyfish that looks like exploding fireworks when it’s illuminated. The Halitrephes maasi jelly was spotted at a depth of 4,000 feet (1,200m) at the Revillagigedo Archipelago off Baja California, Mexico.
In the relatively warm winter between 2014 and 2015, common starlings were found staying in the Netherlands instead of migrating to the south. Photographer and filmmaker Jan van IJken took his camera out and shot this beautiful short film titled “The Art of Flying.
Each year, I spend ~ a month on Sable Island studying the ecology of the grey seal. Sable Island in the northwest Atlantic, 300 km from Halifax, Nova Scotia, is an important breeding site for this remarkable marine mammal.
In the modern age of photography, there are more and more cameras that embed GPS data into photos, something casual users may not even be aware of — this is particularly true of smartphone cameras.
In addition to the company's new Sony a7r III and Sony 24-105mm f4 G OSS lens, the company is announcing the development of their new Sony G Master 400mm f2. 8 FE Lens. This new lens is coming in Summer 2018 and is Sony's first super telephoto prime.
Wildlife photography is taken to the extreme in the rainforest. All of the elements, insects, and other creatures seem to be fighting against you and your camera. In this 7-minute video from Nature TTL, learn how to keep your camera alive and take memorable images in one of the planet’s most challenging environments. Photographer Sam […]
My name is Ethan Chin. I’m a 17 year old landscape and travel photographer from Toronto, Canada. I started shooting landscapes seriously a little over a year ago. I got into landscapes photography specifically because I love the slow-pace of it, and the peace that comes with being alone in the great outdoors.
There are few lenses that have the extra versatility that something like the Sony 100-400mm f4. 5-5. 6 G Master FE does--it's a decent option for wildlife, landscapes, outdoor sports, and a variety of other applications that really need longer focal lengths.
There are only an estimated 4,000 or so snow leopards surviving in the wild, and capturing a photograph of these elusive, endangered cats is notoriously difficult. Nikon recently sent wildlife photographer Vincent Munier on a dream photo expedition to Tibet in pursuit of snow leopard photos.
When photographing wildlife, especially dangerous creatures, it’s important to stay a smart and safe distance away. One photographer over in Florida didn’t, and as the 2-minute video above shows, he almost found himself in the jaws of an angry alligator.
Yesterday was a rainy, hazy day at home. I didn’t feel much like going anywhere but I needed to find something to do that didn’t involve sitting or work. I decided to break out one of my macro lenses and a flash with soft box diffuser to go macro hunting around the house. The random […]
Last year, Olympus Singapore loaned me a pre-launch unit of their new STF-8 Macro Twin Flash, together with their OM-D E-M1 and M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f/2.8 Macro for a test-run in the field. I’ve had the set for about a week — it was easy to use and the results were pretty good, although […]
If you missed the memo, we had our show on Monday this week because T&C will be away on Thursday. We looked at your lovely nature photos, once I get my -ish together. From cannibals to Schweddy Balls, we’re on an upturn! Our live show won’t be back until April 27th reviewing your landscape photos. Starting […]
Animals, you guys! What could be a better topic? Nothing, that’s what. Animals are great. We had SO MANY submissions this week, so I’m very sorry that statistically, you did not get yours seen.
Raised in Kenya, UK-based wildlife photographer Anup Shah grew up surrounded by wild animals that captured his imagination. For his latest photo book, The Mara, Shah returned to his homeland and shot close-up portraits of those creatures.
Hey! I’m live in the studio this week and awkward as ever! If for no other reason, that’s a reason to watch the show. We reviewed wildlife again this week and as always we had some great submissions.
I think I've been diving too much, close to 5,000 times if memory serves correct, (I've stopped counting by 2,000). Through the years, I have amassed a collection of Selfies with Ocean Wildlife, sharing my top 10 Underwater selfies from my many dives from around the world, more epic selfies coming so do stick around, cheers.
Wildlife, ya’ll! Regardless of my personal failure at shooting wildlife, you guys really showed up for this show. Great job! There are a ton of great tips throughout the show as T&C edit and critique the submissions.
Crabs with Beach Trash Homes is a series I am currently working on. I photograph Blueberry hermit crabs (Coenobita purpureus) on local beaches in Okinawa, Japan, that have begun to use beach trash as their shell.
It finally happened: after countless months of wandering around, going to places where people say they’ve spawned, after using lures, and being patient, I managed to add a… Eastern Whipbird (Psophodes olivaceus) to my collection! Eastern Whipbird (Psophodes olivaceus) Now, I don’t really play Pokemon GO (as the above was making reference to) though I […]