Nature photography encompasses a range of outdoor photography genres. This includes, but is not limited to, landscapes, weather phenomena, astrophotography, birds, and wildlife. Each of these categories has their respective specialized skills and can be expanded further. Show More Summary
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Turns out Australia’s national icon is one mightily maligned marsupial, as revealed by the eye-opening investigative documentary “Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story.” Interspersing gorgeous wildlife photography worthy of a Disneynature (which happens to have the Hugh Jackman-narrated “Land Down Under”...
David M. Cobb is a photographer based in Oregon who focuses on landscape, travel, and wildlife photography, as well as flowers and gardens. His books include Visionary Landscapes, America: Wild Landscapes, and Quiet Beauty: JapaneseShow More Summary
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards for 2017 may make you grin but for the photographers, snapping these humorous shots was no laughing matter. The post 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Winners appeared first on WebEcoist.
It was quite a lineup of hilarious animal photos this year.
The overall winner of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards for 2017 is Tibor Kercz, for this amazing sequence of four pictures of a trio of young owls. One of them is a little clumsy, and his brothers look at him like they aren't at all surprised. Show More Summary
The winners of the annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards were announced on Thursday, recognizing photos that are “light-hearted, upbeat, possibly unpretentious and mainly about wildlife doing funny things,” the contest website reads.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards contest focuses on wildlife conservation, but with a dose of humor in wildlife photography. They have announced the finalists of their 2017 contest, and it’s a precious collection of wildlife photos that will make you giggle and make your heart warm. Show More Summary
The British Ecological Society has announced the winners of its annual photo competition, and it features fantastic photos of fearsome predators pouncing on prey, a freakishly rare ocelot, and a crafty chameleon doing what a chameleon does best. More »
It’s finally here! The long awaited Nikon D850 review is finally finished! It took me 11 states, two countries, eight weeks, and 16,000 images to get it done, but here it is! This is a true field test loaded with real world examples,...Show More Summary
Choosing between a full frame or cropped sensor camera for wildlife photography can be a tough decision. Both options offer their own benefits, so choosing between the two can cause quite the headache. Lots of photographers have their...Show More Summary
Judges of the 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards may have trouble picking winners from this hilarious group of finalists
For the third year in a row, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back, with more silly-looking animals than ever. Wildlife photographers who were in the right place at the right time bring us images that are crying for funny captions, from motorcycling monkeys to a polar bear looking for her cub. Show More Summary
They appear to be having more fun than most of us. See the rest at the 2017 finalists in the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. (via NextDraft) There's a new book too: Wild and Crazy: Photos from the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awa...
A devastating view of a rhino wins the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and is joined by stunning images of elephants, bears and birds.
From the saddening to the joyful.