December 2, 2023

100+ Photographers Contribute Their Work To Raise Funds for 13 Orphaned Elephants

Wildlife photographers capture poignant stories of survival and hope with their cameras. While their labor brings visibility to the issues animals face, over 100 photographers have taken their efforts to the next level. Vital Impacts, a non-profit dedicated to boosting environmental art and photography, is launching a fundraising fine art print sale in support of Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, Africa's first indigenous-owned elephant sanctuary. The efforts of the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary help in two ways.

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November 30, 2023

Bird Photography Contest Celebrates the Unique Diversity of Australia’s Wildlife

Australia's unique birds are celebrated in the annual BirdLife Australia Photography Awards. Some of the country's best bird photographers submit their work for consideration each year, and the 2023 contest was no exception. Nine winners were singled out for their work, rising above more than 6,000 images that were submitted. The winning photos are both a celebration of Australia’s spectacular and diverse birdlife and a powerful statement.

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November 28, 2023

Discover Who the Most Photographed Person in the World Is in 2023

The holidays are just around the corner, which means 2023 will soon come to a close. The year was packed with cultural and historical events that will be looked back at years from now. Though we can’t predict the future, we can take a look at our surroundings today and determine the most emblematic figures of the last 12 months. But how does one decide which figures have impacted society the most?

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November 25, 2023

Photographer Captures Rare Photos of Death Valley After Tropical Storm

When Australian landscape photographer Craig McGowan made a trip to the United States this autumn, he'd hoped to visit Death Valley. So, he was disheartened to learn that the National Park had been closed to the public in August following the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hilary—which had flooded the dessert valley and caused widespread destruction. However, to McGowan's surprise, with just a week left in his trip, the park opened its gates once again.

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