Photographing Penguins

Penguins make utterly wonderful subjects for anyone’s photography. They instill a great feeling of happiness in all who come into contact with them, and it’s our job as photographers to convey that to anyone who sees our work.
by Andy Rouse

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Photographing Penguins
more in Widlife Photographic – Issue 24

The Golden Hour

A Magnificent Collection Showing The Golden Hour

“Sunlight mountain-1” by MarcDimmick
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“Lise Lotte ” by Boholm
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“A Tail of a Whale (2012)” by FalconEyesPhotography
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“Wedging Dawn” by larrybeard
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“Sunflowers ” by pelopidas371
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“Foggy Sunrise ” by KaviYas
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“flowers and friends ” by clareahalt
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Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shows the golden hour in The Golden Hour Photo Contest
more at viewbug

In conversation with Pete Oxford

Conservation photographer Pete Oxford has spent more than three decades documenting environmental issues in Ecuador. From the Galápagos to the Amazon, he uses his imagery to draw attention to the natural world in decline. To do so, he must cast his net wide. ‘I specialise in being a generalist,’ he says.

In conversation with Pete Oxford
Interview by Nick Smith
more in Outdoor Photography – July 2017


Discover the National Geographic Difference
The National Geographic Society was founded upon a passion for discovery and a desire to understand our world on a deeper level. We’ve spent more than a century sending scientists, journalists, and explorers all over the globe to investigate and share the spectacular diversity of our planet. Our expeditions carry on that same spirit—they bring you up close to incredible places with the people who know them best.

more in the National Geographic Travel Catalog 2018

Where the world began: Ngorongoro, Tanzania

Spectacular new safari camps in the Crater Highlands of Tanzania are changing the way we experience this prehistoric phenomenon.
Photos by Tom Parker

Dawn at Entamanu and the world seemed newborn. Mists unfurled from the depths of Ngorongoro Crater. Three giraffes materialised like ghosts from behind acacias. Two golden jackals trotted past, and somewhere a hyena barked as the day, and the world, shed their darkness.

more by Stanley Stewart at Condé Nast Traveller

The Nurses And I | Benny Rebel

Born in Iran and living in Germany ever since, Benny is one of the most successful wildlife photographers of this century. Until now he has organized and carried out numerous film, photo, environmental protection, and adventure expeditions to several countries. He is famous for his extreme close-up portraits of dangerous wildlife of Africa by approaching within feet of the animals.

More than 20 years ago, I came in contact with several environment protection organizations and learned about the various abuses caused to wild animals by greedy people and companies. They ruthlessly destroyed nature and had already exterminated many species of animals, while others were on the brink of it.

When we started helping out endangered species, mainly elephants, whales and rhinoceroses, we had to take several extensive measures to protect them.

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The Nurses And I | Benny Rebel
more in Chiiz Magazine Volume 2