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Winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitionThe winners of the 55th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were announced earlier this week during a ceremony at the Natural History Museum, in London, which develops and produces the international event.Over 48,000 images were submitted from 100 countries. The 19 category-winning images will be on display at an exhibit
Click here to read our Sony A7R IV Field Test Packed with an all-new 61-megapixel full-frame image sensor, the new Sony A7R Mark IV might seem like a prime candidate for landscapes, portraiture, architecture and other types of photographic pursuits that usually require lots and lots of image resolution. And that's all true! Don't get me wrong, the A7R IV is absolutely gre
Rather than retiring from a day of elephant spotting to a four-walled hotel room with a window or two, safari guests of the South Africa's Cheetah Plains Game Lodge will have plenty of opportunities for extracurricular connections with nature. The retreat tastefully treads a line between the natural and the man-made, with the designers pursuing what they called an Afro-minimalism aesthetic
Designers from the Interaction Research Studio at Goldsmiths, University of London, have produced a series of simple wildlife habitats that incorporate hidden cameras for capturing images of the animal visitors. Read more
Architecture and interiors studio ARRCC has completed a safari retreat in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, a South African park that is home to elephants, lions, rhinos, giraffes, hippos and cheetahs. Read more
Click here to read my Nikon Z6 Field Test Part II Since debuting last fall, the Nikon Z6 has been given a major firmware upgrade, and the native Z-mount lens selection has essentially doubled. Both of these changes have positively impacted the overall utility of the Z6, especially for landscape and wildlife photography, which are the focus of my Nikon Z6 Field Test Part II. If
Alotech has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its new camera bag that the company claims is ‘designed for wildlife photographers by wildlife photographers.’As you would expect from a bag for wildlife photographers, the ELEV 5800’ backpack is constructed to be ergonomic with a unique back panel that contours to fit the curve natural curve of your spine—and it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution.
the entrance building of the park is designed like a barn, with large windows and a thatched roof. The post sandellsandberg clads swedish wildlife park building in playful red wooden drapes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
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 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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