WildArt Photographer of the Year

WildArt Photographer of the Year is a new wildlife photography competition created by wildlife photographers, for wildlife photographers and judged by wildlife photographers.

WET Gold Award Winner ‘The Enchanted Morning on the Meadow’ Marek Mierzejewski
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WET Silver Award Winner ‘Mallards on Ice’ Daróczi Csaba
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WET Bronze Award Winner ‘Surviving Battle’ Khaldoon Aldway
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Wild Planet Photo Magazine Editor’s Choice ‘Awash’ Sue Dall
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Cotton Carrier Prize Winner ‘Shake it Off!’ Andy Parkinson
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As we go through the monthly contest themes, all the winners will be showcased in our galleries displayed below. We are delighted to release the winners of our very first contest WET. Congratulations to all our winners and a huge thank you to all those who took part. There are still plenty of monthly contests to have a go at – who knows, you may book your place in our grand final by winning a category.
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WET Winners are announced!
more at WildArt Photographer of the Year

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Unique & Startling Images

How can you put 50 photographers in front of the same subject and yet come away with 50 different images? It’s “point of view”, and that is what sets you apart.

lonely bicycle by Tamlikho Tam
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through passage by Eseker RI
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Lines! by Tozé Fonseca
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The Way Out…… by Leka Huie
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La Giralda, Sevilla by Hans Zúñiga Rojas
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Unique & Startling Images
more at gurushots

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Black and White Infrared

Best black and white infrared photos…

Abandoned wagon by Jaz72
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Abandoned by Gavin Duncan
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Lake Reflection by Howard Mason
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Château de rêve by Howard Mason
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Resting in Misty Park by welshgirl
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Black and White Infrared
more at photocrowd

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Exploring ‘Light in the Dark’

From sketching out ideas to scouting for locations – action photographer Lorenz Holder explains how he tackles a brief and offers advice on how to push your creativity.

Light trails, subjects in silhouette, coloured filters or clever use of flash – the ‘Light in the Dark’ challenge offers a wealth of creative possibilities and plenty of opportunities to take your photography to the next level. “It’s a wonderful theme because it speaks to so many photographers,” says action sports pro Lorenz Holder. “Street, landscape, portrait and sports photographers can all shoot in the dark and make use of light, so it’s not limited to any particular genre. It’s like having a blank sheet of paper.”
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Redline Challenge: exploring ‘Light in the Dark’
more at Canon

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