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R.I.P Giraneza, the silverback gorilla

One of this year’s Photographer of the Year 2017 entrants, Nelis Wolmarans, shared with us a sombre update on the subject of the photo that got him a place in the competition finals: the silverback gorilla, Giraneza.

Photographer of the Year: Commendable finalists

The judges had a tough time this year choosing our wildlife category winner in the Photographer of the Year competition as there were so many amazing finalists. It got to a point where they had whittled it down to five wildlife photographs. However, it was clear that all five were perfect contenders for first place! A tough decision had to be made…

Tough decisions for Photographer of the Year judges

This year for our 2017 Photographer of the Year competition, we had the difficult task of choosing one great photo over the other when it came to the finalists, and what made it even more difficult was choosing photographs from the same entrant.

Photoseries: stunning leopard cascades in the bush

Entries for our Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2017 competition are lighting up our inbox at an incredible pace. Every week we receive hundreds of shots. however, this week one in particular caught our attention.

Insta Favourite of the Year 2017 competition entries: Week 5

Our Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2017 competition is in full swing and we’ve received a selection of fantastic images from the fifth week of entries. This year we have added an exciting addition to our competition – with a separate Instagram competition where users can enter and vote for their favourite on our Instagram channel.

Win a Big Cat Photographic Safari!

The winner of the 2017 Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year Competition will enjoy a Big Cat Photographic Safari with At Close Quarters. Find out more about it here!

Do you need a DSLR?

With plenty of alternatives to DSLR cameras on the market, including super-zooms and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, Will Burrard-Lucas answers the question of if you even need a DSLR?