Many people may not consider pigeons to be beautiful birds, but photographer Andrew Garn disagrees. The native New Yorker has spent the last eight years capturing the charm of these common city birds, using high-speed strobe light photography—a technique that’s often reserved for studio fashion shoots.
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While you might associate macro photography with detailed images of creepy crawlies, there are other (much cuter) creatures that deserve up close attention. These adorable images of harvest mice exploring tulips were taken by Miles Herbert, a British photographer who runs Captivelight—a photography studio that holds workshops for aspiring photographers who are interested in capturing “birds of prey, reptiles, frogs and other beasties.
Whether an animal is the hunter or the hunted, surviving in the wild is serious business.
While many would have only heard tales of human giants from folklore, Toronto-based photographer and Photoshop artist Mani visualizes a...
Pairing his passion for photography with his interest in “hanging out” with animals, 21-year-old Ossi Saarinen is dedicated to documenting his encounters with wildlife. While his body of work stars adorable animals all over Helsinki, the Finnish photographer is particularly fascinated by foxes, as evident in his collection of revealing portraits. In these striking photographs, Saarinen skillfully captures each animal's unique expressions and distinctive appearance.
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Cats have a reputation for preferring solitude over human interaction.
Pit bull dogs have an unfair reputation for being an aggressive or violent breed. Advocates and fellow dog lovers are actively working to change these extremely harmful stereotypes; because of them, pit bulls are the most neglected and abused dog breed. Photographer Sophie Gamand is one of their most visible and vocal supporters.
The world is on the cusp of losing another important species, as new reports estimate that just 12 vaquitas remain...
For over 50 years, London's Natural History Museum has celebrated world-class nature photography with its Wildlife Photographer of the Year...