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.
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…
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.
When two big cats meet – it’s a battle between a leopard and a caracal in Botswana!
An amazing sighting of a leopard trying to dislodge an already dead python from a tree in the Sabi Sand.
5 tips for underwater macro photography for both compact camera users and DSLR users.
Birder, Mark Drysdale, explains how to photograph birds using a pair of mating pin-tailed whydahs as an example.