Close Encounters

Close Encounters

For Irish wildlife photographer Graeme Purdy the challenge was to shoot wildlife portraits with a difference, all taken with remote cameras from within eight feet of the subject. He’s brought the stunning results together in a new book.

OP's May issue: what's in store

OP's May issue: what's in store

 

Paul Colley on bat photography and shooting underwater.

Adding drama to your landscapes with Damian Shields.

Paul Harris on challenging yourself.

Fergus Kennedy puts the Fujifilm GFX 50R to the test.

 

Will Burrard-Lucas: Land of Giants

Will Burrard-Lucas: Land of Giants

British wildlife photographer, Will Burrard-Lucas, in partnership with Tsavo Trust and Kenya Wildlife Service, has photographed a remarkable female elephant in Kenya. Her tusks were so long that they scraped the ground in front of her as she walked. If there were a Queen of Elephants, it would surely have been her.

OP's March issue: what's in store

OP's March issue: what's in store

In this month’s issue of OP:

 

Norman McCloskey’s new book on the Beara Peninsula.

Photographing extreme locations with Thomas Heaton.

In conversation with… travel photographer Philip Lee Harvey.

Fergus Kennedy puts the Nikon Z7 to the test.

 

OP's February issue: what's in store

OP's February issue: what's in store

In this month’s issue of OP:

 

Diane Varner on her creative visions of nature.

Capturing minimalist winter landscapes with Bruce Percy.

Ancient influences: Pete Bridgwood explores how DNA impacts our photography.

Fergus Kennedy puts the Canon EOS R to the test.