The wildlife photography of Charles Davis is typified by a quality of intimacy that reflects where and how he grew up.
A portrait of a Mayan warrior performing a traditional fire ritual in Quintana Roo, Mexico.
By Ron Johnson. A beautiful little New Holland Honey Eater in our back garden.
Teleconverters provide an affordable way to increase the focal length of a lens – but should you buy one?
By Graeme Edwards.
Today’s cameras make it easier to utilise available light for more interesting and engaging pictures.
Ten years ago Lauren Bath first discovered Instagram, and within three years her captivating travel photography saw her established as a professional Instagrammer. But she didn’t just settle into her comfortable niche of travelling and taking pretty pictures. Lauren was determined to build on the success and to diversify her activities. And then she became a mother. [Article courtesy of Olympus]
Photo Review Sep-Nov 2021 Issue 89
By Mark Davies. Taken at Heirisson Island, Perth during sunset. A special moment when this kangaroo stopped on the path to look towards the city’s skyline, while the sun was setting over its ears.
By Alan Coligado. I wanted to convey the sense of lightness and serenity that I felt when I was all by myself looking out to the sea on Allports Beach on Flinders Island in Tasmania.