At Female Nature Photography, to celebrate the month, we want to share with you some amazing news from our members, their achievements during this last month. You’ll definitely wanna check them out!
Read more here >>
Gabby Salazar: Her article about conservation efforts in Mauritius was published in Getaway Magazine. These are a couple of spreads from the article in the June 2016 issue. Her project aims to support the island’s endangered species.
Cathy Withers-Clarke: One of her pictures was on the cover for the July issue of the South African travel magazines Weg-tydskrif and Go!
Perdita Petzl: One of her absolute favorite photos won the 1st place at Fotoforum award.
Discover more here >>
Pia Dierickx: The winning images, categories and portfolio from the 2016 Nature’s Best Photography Africa Competition have been announced and she is among this year’s winning photographers. She has been chosen “AFRICAN WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR”, Overall Winner with her portfolio.
Her picture “Lioness Crocodile Fight” was awarded as Overall Winner in the Category “Reptiles.”
“Hungry Cheetah” won First Runner up in the category Wild Cats Behavioral.
“Marabou having his meal” received Honors, for the category Birds Behavioral.
For the category Bird Portraits her pictures “Secretary birds before bedtime” and “Black headed Weaver” got Honors.
You can see the images that feature in the 2016 Catalogue and appear at the exhibition and in Cape Town.
Rachael Talibart: She gave a talk on the Outdoor Photography Magazine’s stage at Patchings Festival. The talk was called Tides and Tempests and it was about photography on the British coast.
Her amazing introduction is on YouTube. Watch it here >>
Susan Cullumber: My Burrowing Owl photo was published in the Arizona Highways Wildlife Guide.
Naomi Stolow: From hectic London to the south coast in Devon, discover her fantastic journey through an article in The Outdoor Photography magazine.
Read more here >>
Jennifer Adler: Discover her photo story “Connections” that concluded the WUFT News special on water in Florida. The piece explores the human relationship with the fragile freshwater in the Sunshine State.