It’s the 1st month celebration for Female Nature Photography and we want to share with you some amazing news and members achievements during this last month. You’ll definitely wanna check them out:
Karin Van Couwenberg & Pia Dierickx: Katrin, Pia and their friend Matthew published their great photography book “The Magic of Hope“, with the foreword written by Dr. Jane Goodall. Part of the profits from the sale of the books will be used for “Save the Elephants”. Looking for a great Christmas gift? Click here >>
Louise Jasper: Her new book “Life Amongst the Thorns – Biodiversity and Conservation of Madagascar’s Spiny Forest” is now out in the UK! With more than 300 of her photographs, the book provides a broad introduction to the spectacular Spiny Forest region. Grab it here >>
Gabby Salazar: She created a travel exhibit in Mauritius with the collaboration of the local conservation NGO. For the project “Mauritius Beyond the Dodo”, Gabby did more than 11 lectures in different schools and special centers. Discover her stunning wildlife photographs for the exhibit here >>
Arwen Dyer: Amazing landscape photographer from Australia, Arwen launched her updated website for a more user-friendly and fresh look. Click here to visit >>
She launches her new website “Going-Wild” along with another brilliant wildlife tour guide. They both travel the world documenting the natural world.
Click here to join the adventure >>
Kristel Schneider: She’s one of the bloggers on a newly launched resource and community website, “Nature Photo Portal”; for nature photographers of all levels and specialties. It’s about nature photography and wants to share information and inspiration. Start exploring here >>
Stephanie Manuel: She was mentioned as an inspiring nature photographer by a well-known French blogger in Mauritius, as part of an interview in a local magazine. Read more here >>
Pauline Putt: Her pictures was part of the launch of Lensbaby at the PhotoPlus Expo 2015 in NYC. Click here to see more >>
Jacqueline Deely: She’s the winner in the bird behavior category in the San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory’s annual photography click-off competition as part of their fall fundraising campaign. View the winning image >>
She won the 1st prize in a magazine competition with her fantastic picture of elephants “Time to go home”.
Congratulations to everyone and keep up the great work!
Congratulations to all you amazing ladies!
Thank you very much.
what a great read and seeing the awesome accomplishments these ladies had inspired me so much !!!! great work everyone!!!