Wildlife Photography

October 25, 2020

Portraits of Common British Birds Highlight Their Graceful Motion Frozen in Time

Renowned animal photographer Mark Harvey is well-known for his fine art equine portraits. His signature style of sculpture-like stillness encapsulates the raw power and grace of the creatures he photographs. But when COVID-19 lockdown began, Harvey looked for a new subject closer to his home of Norfolk, England. During his search, he found the local magpies, blue tits, and starlings to be just as graceful as horses.

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October 6, 2020

Inspiring Story of Husband and Wife Wildlife Photographers Who Beat the Odds

Danish wildlife photographers Uri and Helle Løvevild Golman have dedicated their lives to bringing attention to the beauty of animals around the world. The husband and wife team have traveled around the globe, from the Arctic to Africa, in order to capture positive images of the animals we are in danger of losing. However, a few years ago an encounter in Africa changed the course of their work forever.

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September 30, 2020

British Wildlife Photography Awards Celebrates 10 Years of Amazing Animal Photos

For the past 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards has been a showcase for talented photographers across the UK. To celebrate this anniversary, the competition has put together a spectacular traveling retrospective exhibition to highlight the best wildlife photography in the country. The show will be the first time that all the overall winners along with a selection of images, including category winners and highly commended images, will be shown together.

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December 21, 2019

Striking Portraits of Rare and Endangered Birds With Unique Personalities

British photographer Tim Flach is known for his striking portraits, which feature different animals treated with the same care as any human model. Placed against a plain background, each subject becomes a highly stylized object of beauty that expresses its own unique personality. In this way, Flach's portraits strike an emotional chord with their ability to draw a line between animal and human relationships.

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