Do you live in the moment, capturing stories of adventure? Or do you tell meticulous tales, mastering the light and calculating the angle of each shot?
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What kind of Storyteller are you? | Quel genre de Storyteller êtes-vous? From cave paintings to the big screen, we’ve all evolved into visual storytellers. Take our short quiz and uncover your storytelling DNA. Des peintures rupestres au grand écran, nous racontons tous des histoires. Répondez à notre petit quiz pour découvrir votre ADN de storyteller.
For this contest I would like to see your photographs of the inside of abandoned buildings which you have explored but have been forgotten. Please only show the inside of buildings that have been abandoned, not maintained ruins. The dirtier, creepier, and more forgotten, the better. Also, please make sure your photographs are taken inside the building.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People’s Choice Award winner revealed
The Natural History Museum’s annual showcase of the world’s best nature photography and photojournalism has revealed the winner of the people’s choice award. More than 16,000 nature fans voted from a selection of 25 images shortlisted by the London institution, with New Zealand-born London-based photographer David Lloyd’s picture,Bond of Brothers, depicting a unique moment between a pair of male lions, emerging as the favourite.
The two adult males, likely to be brothers, greeted and rubbed faces for around 30 seconds before settling down. It is unusual for lions to nuzzle for so long, and David was honoured to have experienced and captured such a moment.
“I’m so pleased that this image did well because it illustrates the emotion and feeling of animals and emphasises that this is not limited to humans,” David says. “It is something I think more people need to be aware of for the sake of all animals.”
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Fox Meet Fox
by Matthew Maran
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by Wim Van Den Heever
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One Toy, Three Dogs
by Bence Mate
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The 55th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is currently being judged. The winners will be announced in October 2019.
via Australian Geographic