Shallow DOF

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos using shallow depth as the main aspect in the composition in the Shallow Depth Of Field Photo Contest

“Shoes” by kelleyhurwitzahr
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“Midas touch ” by Ashrafularefin
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“Eagle’s Roost” by SRunningM
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“Butterfly” by Cbries
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“Radiant ” by kylere
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Shallow DOF
more at viewbug

The Ultimate Wildlife Photography Tutorial

The Ultimate Wildlife Photography Tutorial
By Robert Andersen

In this in-depth Wildlife Photography Tutorial, we put together some of the best material we have published to date on photographing wildlife. Most of the information comes from myself (Robert Andersen), but a few extra tips are shared by other talented PL team members like Tom Redd. Instead of creating separate articles on each topic, we thought it would be a good idea to compile everything into a single piece, so that our readers could get the best out of it and have a chance to follow the material in a logical progression. This tutorial is a work in progress and we will be adding more sections in the future, so make sure to bookmark it in your browser!

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The Ultimate Wildlife Photography Tutorial
more at Photography Life

Backyard Photography is for the Birds

Backyard Photography is for the Birds
by Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten

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Bird photography can be exhilarating. However, it presents a number of hurdles to overcome – travel, time, skill level, and cost. Get tips from Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten that will help you capture some great bird images, all while remaining within quick reach of a fresh cup of coffee.

Read the tips at Olympus

Naturaleza: fauna y flora

Naturaleza: fauna y flora

“Bufo calamita” – Luis Antonio Clemente
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“The look” – Javier Morales
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“¡A comer!” – Javier Bueno
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“Mussol” – Vicente Puchol
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“Audrany” – Vicente Puchol
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Naturaleza: fauna y flora
more at Sonymage

Mes 25 photos préférées de l’année 2016 par Daniel Dupont

Mes 25 photos préférées de l’année 2016
par Daniel Dupont

“L’année 2016 a été prolifique pour moi et en voici quelques faits marquants : La publication d’un cinquième livre aux Éditions Daniel Dupont : Techniques photo. L’animation de sept voyages ateliers. Un voyage exploratoire de 18 jours à Terre-Neuve. Une exposition de 52 photos à Causapscal. La participation au Salon de la photo de Québec et à celui de Laval…”

encore plus en visitant le site de Daniel Dupont

Capture the Cover

Capture the Cover
Competition winner

coverwp02aPravir Patel pockets our prize of $100 dollars for his outstanding image of a leopard which made our front cover. Pravir said: “After watching this young female leopard relaxing on a granite rock, she started moving from rock to rock and would occasionally pause in her tracks, allowing me to get some beautiful photographs of her.”
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This autumn we once again launched our cover competition to find the cover image for the Wild Planet Annual 2016. We received some superb photos, but it was Pravir Patel that won the place on our cover and the cash prize. In this gallery, we’re showcasing an array of inspiring submissions and some of our favourites from wildlife photographers all over the world who entered.

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