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Nature and wildlife photographer Morten Hilmer recently had a very productive and enjoyable day of wildlife photography. Dressed in a camouflage suit, Hilmer was able to get close to a wide variety of animals, including birds and foxes. In the behind the scenes video below, we join Hilmer as he photographs with his Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera. Carefully sneaking around, Hilmer first comes across
When searching for a bit more reach with your telephoto lens, many sports and wildlife photographers opt to use a teleconverter. What is a teleconverter, what does it do and how does it work? In his latest video, wildlife and nature photographer Steve Perry answers these questions and much more. A teleconverter is essentially a second lens you place in between your lens and the camera body to i
African Geographic has announced that photographer who recently won its 2019 Photographer of the Year award has been disqualified due to photo-manipulation.The photo, titled “Tim in Amboseli National Park, Kenya” and shot by photographer Björn Persson, shows a known Kenyan elephant named Tim standing in a field with dark clouds in the background.Although the photo initially won Persso
Wildlife photographers Chris Bray and his wife, Jess, were leading a photo tour of Antarctica and South Georgia when the duo had a warm and fuzzy encounter with a curious (and huge) baby elephant seal. This 1-minute video shows “the hazards of being a wildlife photographer.”Bray, who shoots for Australian Geographic magazine, started a photo tour company with Jess a decade ago to lead
Safari, conjures up beautiful imagery, The wilds of Africa. Endless grasslands which are teeming with wildlife, antelope, zebras, giraffe, buffalo, rhino and herds of elephant all share this beautiful world. But they are being watched and observed by fierce African predators, lions, cheetah, leopards, wild dogs and hyenas lie in wait to ambush these creatures, this game of life and death plays o
Click here to read Jeremy Gray's Olympus E-M1X Field Test Part I Although both my colleague Dave Pardue and myself have had some hands-on shooting time with the big, beefy and pricey Olympus E-M1X, we thought it would be a great idea to have our resident landscape and wildlife photographer, Jeremy Gray, take the new high-performance E-M1X out for a proper Field Test. In his
IKEA worked with UK artists and designers to create this series of animal habitats, repurposed from the company's used furniture. Read more
For a lot of photographers interested in trying their hand at wildlife photography, wildlife can be difficult to find and photograph. For aspiring wildlife shooters living in an urban environment, for example, it is not always straightforward. Photographing wildlife in a city is a challenge, but far from impossible, as photographer Sam Rowley exhibits in a new video for NatureTTL. Parks, for ex
2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People's Choice Award ShortlistThe Wildlife Photographer of the Year has been running for fifty four years now. Created and operated by the Natural History Museum, the competition is meant to 'showcase the world's best nature photography.'As part of its LUMIX People's Choice Award, the Natural History Museum has released a shortlist of 25 images that s
Established in the 2009, the British Wildlife Photography Awards concentrate on local UK photographers celebrating the beauty and diversity of Britain's flora and fauna. The extraordinary winning image, 14 months in the making, uses an infrared camera to capture the flight path of a rare bat at night... Continue Reading Bats, spiders and squirrels abound in the winners of the British Wildl is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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