Tag: animal photos

Comedy Wildlife Photography Award 2017

Finally it’s here! My absolutely favorite photography ranking of the year. The finalists of the third Comedy Wildlife Photography Award were announced a couple of days ago and I also wasn’t disappointed this year. Paul Joynson-Hicks (founder) and Tom Sullam (jury member and director of the award), who call this award the best and funniest ...

My “photographic dream” of Africa

Red soil, endless wilderness, breathtaking sunsets, amazing animals, freedom and adventures. All this and much more I can relate to my dream of Africa. As far as I remember I’ve always dreamed of exploring Africa. Of seeing the animals you usually watch in a zoo or – even more tragically – in a circus show ...

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Zack Seckler makes you ready for summer and laugh out loud

By chance I happened to come across and got stuck with Zack Seckler . Seckler’s got humor, a lot of humor. You can notice this at first sight. And he’s got an extraordinary image style. His photos express something bizarre, something fantastic. And the colors are creamy like ice cream. What I find particularly fascinating ...

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Michel d’Oultremont – The perfect wildlife photo

As I already mentioned wildlife photography in my opinion counts among the key disciplines in photography. Animals hardly ever stand still, they don’t care about how you’d like them to pose, they’re unpredictable and mostly don’t want to cooperate. That’s particularly true with wild animals as, besides the above mentioned facts, they also tend to ...

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Martin Stranka and the rescued animals

I’m an animal lover from the bottom of my heart. My wish is to buy a huge parcel of land and create a home for suffering animals. I’m also a fan of animal photography. No matter if it’s funny or entertaining photos like Seth Casteel’s “Underwater Dogs“ or original ones like in Andy Seliverstoff’s ”Little ...

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Moviecats – Cat content always rules

Everyone surfing the Social Media every once in a while knows there’s something that unites the vast majority of users: I’m talking about their love for cat content. Cats are – and have been for quite some time already – the ruling superstars in the social web. Cat videos are clicked thousands of times and ...

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Andreas Lie’s double-exposures – wild animals and sceneries as one and the same

Like every photographic technique, double exposures are mostly used for their visual effect and not because one has arrived at the decision, after careful deliberation, that a photo is content-wise or aesthetically improved because of it. Often it is assumed that double exposure can hide a bad technique or a boring motive, or make it ...