Outdoor Style

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen looks angelic in white on Marie Claire US‘ April 2020 cover. Lensed by Nino Muñoz, she wears an ivory dress from Chloe. Inside the fashion glossy, Gisele poses in dreamy and boho inspired ensembles photographed by Nino Muñoz. Fashion editor J. Errico highlights designs from labels such as Dior, Fendi and Celine. Look out for the April issue on March 19th.

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Gisele Bundchen Takes On Outdoor Style for Marie Claire
Photos by Nino Muñoz

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Intimate Outdoor Captures of the Human Face

There are plenty reasons to shoot your portraits outdoors. First and foremost, (in general), it can be easier to deal with the issue of lighting than indoors. The great outdoors also provides a wide variety of backgrounds that can range from neutral to storytelling.

“Spring Bath” by Tobias Walka
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“Jany” by Jose Ezquerra Ferruzo
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Photo by Rid Riddler
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“Beauty has no color” by polod
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Photo by Kęstas Venzlauskas
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Intimate Outdoor Captures of the Human Face
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Landscapes of England

For this contest I want to see photographs showing landscapes of England. Images should depict the outdoors, but not urban landscapes with buildings as the main subject. Photographs of the countryside, farmland, parks, coastal scenes, woodland etc. are all fine, as long as the main subject matter shows plant life. Animals or buildings can be included in the image but should not be the main subject.

Dawn by JP Scenes
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Magic of the Mount by Carla Regler
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Scotney Castle / morning shadows by Horizon
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Lake District Boats by kyliemacbeth
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Derwentwater by Innes Birks
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Landscapes of England
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Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2018 – the winners!

We are thrilled to bring you the winners, runners-up and other commended and selected entries …

We’re delighted to announce that Robert Birkby from the UK is the Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2018, for his stunning photograph of a herd of hardy sheep hunkering down in a snowstorm in the South Pennines region of England.
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Small World – Runner up
Jay Birmingham
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Wildlife Insight – Winner
Salvador Colvée Nebot
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Under Exposed – Winner
Greg Lecoeur
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View from Above – Winner
Tom Putt
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Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2018 – the winners!
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Winning photographs from the 2018 RHS Photographic Competition

The RHS Photographic Competition inspires young and old alike to get outdoors and record how enriching and inspiring gardens and plants can be

Kristina Zvinakeviciute
Overall adult winner of the competition Welcoming garden wildlife
This image is of a soldier beetle spotted during summer in a meadow of wavy hair grass (Deschampsia flexuosa) near Manchester. Taken with a Sony 77.
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Aleksandr Ivanov
Winner Pure plants
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Damjan Voglar
Winner Abstract and details
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Madhura Tilve
Winner Under 18s
How the colours change when the sun sets
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Indigo Larmour
Overall Young Winner Under 11s
Am I camouflaged?
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Winning photographs from the 2018 RHS Photographic Competition
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Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2017

Outdoor Photographer Of The Year Competition Category Winners Revealed

View from Above
Tom Sweetman (United Kingdom)
Chiang Mai, Thailand
It was just before sunset in Chiang Mai and I decided to ride my scooter alongside the famous Ping River. As I was approaching a bridge I stopped to take a break and noticed that it was a motorbike bridge for locals, connecting two villages. I took this aerial photograph with my drone to document the incredible patterns in the river and the locals crossing the bridge on their scooters. Some days you just capture the moment.
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Light on the Land
Simon Baxter
North Yorkshire, England (United Kingdom)
I originally captured a similar scene to this during a flurry of unexpected snow in April 2016. It’s typically the first spot I come to when exploring this private woodland, and I couldn’t help but capture it again when I was treated to these wonderful – but rare – conditions of mist with a hint of warm light as the morning sun tried to break through. The combination of the damp cobwebs, fallen birch, dominant old pine and the soft light filling this atmospheric and shallow valley makes it a favourite spot of mine for solitude.
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Wildlife Insight
Jose Fragozo (Portugal)
Nairobi National Park, Kenya
This image shows two giraffes and three impalas in the rain in the forest region of Nairobi National Park, Kenya, which is also home to the Athi lion pride. I have observed these lions hunting many times in the rain, which possibly explains why different species of preyed animals stay together; it’s a defence mechanism, so they can collectively sense predators better. In this case, however, the lions were far away. The photo was taken from inside a 4×4 vehicle, and the major challenge was keeping the camera and lens dry.
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Spirit of Travel
Andy Holliman (United Kingdom)
Kangerlussuaq airport, Greenland.
Kangerlussuaq airport is the largest airport in Greenland, so it is not only a busy hub for domestic flights, but also the main arrival point for international travellers. Air Greenland has a near monopoly on flights, so almost everything is in the company’s bright red colours. It was the simple colour palette of this scene that appealed to me, including the signposts that are apparently directing the planes to their destinations. My departure had been delayed by three days due to bad weather on the coast, so seeing the arrival of the plane that would return me to Copenhagen was welcome. It may not look that way, but the end of winter was near and within weeks the snow would have cleared.
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Under Exposed
Saeed Rashid (United Kingdom)
Sohal surgeonfish, Fury Shoals, Red Sea, Egypt
In the summer months, sohal surgeonfish tend to mate and lay eggs on the top of the reefs in the Red Sea. They fiercely defend their egg patch and rush upon anything that invades that area. They will often swipe their tail, which has a bony protrusion sticking from it that can be as sharp as a surgeon’s scalpel, towards the intruder. Because of this you need to make sure you don’t get too close as a photographer’s hands make a very easy target and often get cut.
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Outdoor Photographer Of The Year Competition Category Winners
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