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.
City girl turned award-winning international wildlife photographer, C.S. Ling has had her work featured in exhibitions and publications across the globe. One of the youngest photographers to ever win the Grand Prize at the Windland Smith Rice International photography Awards, she regularly leads workshops and expeditions for photographers of all ages to document wildlife in Asia. Here, she discusses her purpose to educate the world about Asia’s endangered species and her experience with the new Nikon D500.
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.