Photography

July 12, 2024

Iceland’s Diverse Landscapes Captured in Incredible 4K Aerial Videos

Landscape photographer Jan Erik Waider is known for his striking imagery of Iceland, Greenland, and Norway. Through his lens, we experience the abstract beauty of the environment, from the winding patterns of glacial rivers to the intensity of flowing lava. Now, he's allowing everyone to get an even deeper perspective on the landscape through gorgeous 4K videos published on his new YouTube channel.

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July 8, 2024

ISS Crossing the Sun Is Captured in Spectacular Image Detailing Its Path

Portuguese astrophotographer Miguel Claro has once again captured the public's imagination with his magical imagery. This time, he took a detailed image of the International Space Station (ISS) as it transited the Sun. Traveling at an average speed of 17,500 miles per hour, the space station only takes a few seconds to move across the Sun. This makes the clarity of Claro's image all the more impressive.

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July 5, 2024

16 Incredible Finalists of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest

Dazzling auroras, distant galaxies, and impressive celestial bodies have all found a home on the 2024 Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlist. Organized by Royal Observatory Greenwich, the competition is a delight for anyone who loves gazing at the stars. The respected competition always attracts top amateur and professional astrophotographers, and this year is no different. Over 3,500 images were submitted to this year's photo contest by photographers hailing from 58 countries.

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June 28, 2024

Funny Early Entries of the 2024 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards

With just one month left before the Nikon Comedy Wildlife Awards closes for entries, they've given us a sneak preview of some of the hilarious images submitted thus far. From clingy kids to a three-headed giraffe, these photos are sure to bring a smile to your face. The Awards, founded in 2015, caters to both professional and amateur photographers and uses humor to bring attention to conservation issues.

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