National Geographic is holding their annual photo contest this month and it is, of course, as amazing as ever. The contest allows anyone to submit their work meaning you don't have to be a professional photographer to participate. The categories are People, Places and Nature. Last year National Geographic received over 7,000 photo entries from over 150 countries just to give you an idea of how big this contest is!
The rewards for winning the contest are pretty high which keeps almost al
Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry is opening a retrospective exhibit in Italy called “Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo” that will feature 150 photos taken throughout the 30 years of his illustrious career. The photos, taken among people of various cultures around the world, emphasize his unparalleled ability to capture the human soul through a lens.
There is something magical about long exposure photography – allowing your camera to capture light and details for a longer period of time can create some stunning photographs. From traffic lights and light painting to smoky water and star trails, or even photographing the Milky Way – the possibilities are endless. Equipped with a sturdy…
Landscapes by Chantal LichtenbergChantal Lichtenberg 31 year old German photographer tells us how it started. In the beginning it was only in Germany, but when I traveled to Portugal last year for the first time, I caught fire. A beautiful country with great Landscape. Meanwhile I have…
A little over a year ago we loaded this post which featured 100 images from our 2013 Great Migration season. Now, a year later, we are looking back at another incredible 8 weeks of Great Migration safaris and if you’ve been following our incredible season through posts on the Wild Eye Facebook page and the trip reports our guys have been sharing, you will know that it was once again an authentic African experience that we shared with our guests. The photography was amazing but more than that, th
Travel photographer Peter Stewart wanted to explore a different angle of Hong Kong. So he created “Stacked – Hong Kong,” a collection of long-exposure architectural photos that capture the vertical view of the city’s high-rise apartments. Stewart takes the unvaried high-rises and their repetitive exteriors and turns them into beautiful, colorful patterns. Stewart told The […]
While on a recent trip to Iceland, photographer Sarah Martinet had the opportunity to shoot these amazing landscapes from a plane with open windows. You can see much more of her work (as well as more from this trip) on 500px and Facebook.
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