Focus sur la photographie canine avec Audrey Bellot

La photographie canine est une discipline méconnue et une exercice à part. Audrey Bellot, photographe professionnelle basée en Auvergne s’est spécialisée depuis plusieurs années, elle revient sur son parcours et nous explique les règles essentielles pour ce métier pas comme les autres. Quelques conseils pour immortaliser vous aussi votre plus fidèle compagnon.

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Focus sur la photographie canine avec Audrey Bellot
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A beginners guide to photography | The essential guide

Let’s start with a big question—what exactly is photography? While artists, scholars, and academics might debate the philosophy of the captured image, the scientific terms are a little more straightforward.
Photography is the art or practice of creating images by capturing light. Yes, we can expand that definition greatly, but in its essence, that is photography. Images are recorded, either electronically by a sensor, or chemically by something like film, and then printed, projected, or recorded.

HedgeTroll
by Elke Vogelsang
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I am Photographer
by Sasin Tipchai
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Solitude
by Simon W Xu
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Land of Fire
by Lisa Holloway
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Fox on railroad
by Toni Hallikas
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A beginners guide to photography | The essential guide
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The New Big 5

Huge initiative set to celebrate wildlife in peril

Photo by Marco Gaiotti
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A new international initiative called The New Big 5 project is aiming to create the New Big 5 (#NewBig5) of wildlife: the Big 5 of photography, not hunting.

Photo by Thomas D Mangelsen
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The huge project, which encourages people to shoot animals with a camera, not a gun, is supported by more than 100 of the world’s leading photographers, conservationists, and wildlife lovers, including Dr Jane Goodall, Steve McCurry, Joanna Lumley, Steve Winter, Tim Laman, and so many more, as well as organisations such as Save The Elephants, International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Greenpeace.

Photo by Marsel van Oosten
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The New Big 5 project is asking people to vote for the top animals (out of 46) that they want to see on a “bucket list” for travellers, photographers, and wildlife lovers. There’s also a serious message: the world’s wildlife is in crisis and the next 10 years are critical.

Photo by Clement Wild
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The project is set to run for six months, with the results announced later in 2020. You can join others around the world to vote for the five animals that you’d like to see included in the New Big 5 of Wildlife Photography.

Photo by Greg du Toit
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more at The New Big 5

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Dogs Having Fun

Photos of dogs living their best life and having fun.

Jumping Jaz
by Christina Draper
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Early morning Fun
by Paul kerby
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Race across the fields
by Dave Wesson
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Did he catch it ?
by Lorrie Tallis
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Miss Molly
by Lizbee
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Dogs Having Fun
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These wildlife photos are comedy gold… but could you do even better?

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020 is open for entries – and these are some of the best images so far

Grey Seal pup, Winterton on Sea, UK (Image credit: Johan Siggesson / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020)
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Northern Pygmy Owl, Vancouver Island, British Columbia (Image credit: Anthony Bucci / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020)
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Lion cub, Masai Mara, Kenya (Image credit: Yaron Schmid / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020)
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Yellow Collared Lovebirds, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania (Image credit: Thomas Gigoleit / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020)
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Brown Bear, Lake Clarke, Alaska (Image credit: Janet Miles / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020)
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Entries for the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are now open – and some of the amazing entries to the competition have just been released by the organizers.

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