As we fast approach the end of what was an eventful 2011 for Into the Wild, today we look back on some of our favourite articles and features of the year. With plenty more to follow in the coming week, including an intriguing interview with celebrity vet and television presenter Mark Evans, we're sure you'll want to stick around for the rest of the year too.
Entries in wildlife photography (20)
Today sees the launch of a brand new feature here on Into the Wild: Photo of the Week. Every week we’ll be featuring an amazing photo that we think you might just want to see. So be sure to keep an eye on the blog and let us know what you think of the images in the comments section.
Today is the day we’ve all been waiting for: the announcement of the winning entries to the Frontier Wildlife Photography Competition 2011. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos, we’ve enjoyed seeing your shots and really appreciate the hard work and skill that has gone into capturing them. A quick look through the entries on our Facebook page shows what a difficult task we were faced with in selecting the winners.
Whilst achieving striking and effective wildlife photography is by no means utterly dependent on using quality equipment, it certainly doesn’t hurt your chances. So here is Frontier’s kit guide to the making your life as a budding wildlife photographer run that little bit more smoothly.
Continuing our week-long theme of wildlife photography, today we are looking at the top five photo opportunities on Frontier’s own projects.
Following this week's theme of wildlife photography, we will today be giving you a few pointers in achieving those memorable and amazing shots like we've been seeing from the wildlife photographer profiles earlier in the week.
Continuing this week’s wonderful theme of wildlife photography, today we profile the work of another Frontier favourite: Roger Hooper.
This week’s blog theme is wildlife photography. For many, including several of us here at Frontier HQ, becoming a wildlife photographer would be a dream job. Anything that incorporates travel and wildlife is right up our street. So we thought we’d dedicate a week to this beautiful and inspirational art-form.