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Photography

This award-winning photo of a baby gorilla hugging the man who saved her life will warm your heart

A powerful photograph of an emotional embrace between a young Gorilla and the Ape Action Africa worker who saved her from poachers has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year … Read more

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Chernobyl Shot With Infrared Photography Looks More Haunting Than Ever

Infrared filters are known for creating a weird, eerie mood in pictures, no matter what you’re capturing. That is why taking a filter like that to an already haunting-looking place like Chernobyl might make the scenery pictures you take look even more impressive. Photographer Vladimir Migutin did just that on his trip to the town in Ukraine that suffered the infamous nuclear disaster.

Photography

Readers’ travel photography competition – February: win an amazing trip to Greenland

Taken any brilliant travel shots lately? Why not enter our travel photography competition for the chance to win a nine-night photography holiday to West Greenland. There are no monthly themes, just send us your best image

Whether you took it in Paignton or Patagonia, enter your best travel shot in our monthly competition. We’ll choose and publish the best and the winning image will receive a £200 voucher that can be used against an i-escape stay at one of 1,500 boutique properties worldwide.

The winner will be entered for the overall annual prize, a nine-night trip to West Greenland for one person with Wild Photography Holidays, worth £3,950.

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This guy puts entire landscapes inside jars, all without the help of Photoshop

For the last three years, photographer Christoffer Relander has been revisiting places he frequented in his childhood, and quite literally bottling those locations to take home. His experimental series, entitled … Read more

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Check out the stunning photography from Nat Geo’s Nature Photographer of the Year contest

The 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contestants have really pulled out the big guns this year with some incredibly awe-inspiring photos. Nat Geo judges have sifted through … Read more

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Man spends two years taking saddening portraits of critically endangered animals

In his poignant series Endangered, photographer Tim Flach highlights the issue of wildlife conservation by putting faces to the names commonly found in the critically endangered species list. Spending two … Read more

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Business

Boost your Instagram likes or start a photography side hustle with this $9 photo course

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As the saying goes, a picture’s worth a thousand words — just ask these guys. Unlike the written word or some abstract painting, photography has the power to freeze a moment in time, transport us to a faraway land, or even start an explosive Twitter reaction. 

Nowadays, anyone can technically be a photographer — all your need is a smartphone. But if you want to advance your shutter skills beyond selfies and VSCO filters, there’s the Photography Masterclass: Your Complete Guide to Photography Course. With 175 lectures and 13 hours of content, this course can give you a deeper understanding of photography in no time.  Read more…

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Even Twitter is trying to be like camera-friendly Snapchat now

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Another company is cribbing off Snapchat. And for once, it’s not Facebook.

Twitter is reportedly working on a feature that mimics Snapchat’s camera-centered design. According to Bloomberg, the new design would eliminate steps for Twitter users who want to post photos and videos, which they hope will increase engagement on the platform.

Currently in the Twitter app, getting to your camera is a two-step process. After opening the app, users have to click the compose button in the upper right hand corner, and then the camera button below the body of their nascent tweet. Then, of course, Tweeters have to decide to share what they’ve captured or written and actually send that Tweet out into the world. Read more…

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