Stevington Windmill, Bedfordshire © Amar Sood With just two weeks left to enter the 15th edition of Landscape Photographer of the Year, we catch up with competition founder Charlie Waite… OP: You launched the first edition of Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2006. How has the competition evolved over the years?Charlie Waite: As each … Read more
Celebrating the woodlands and forests of Galloway, Scotland, and beyond The inaugural Fantastic Forests Festival kicks off on Friday (27 January), offering a host of woodland-related events and activities to enjoy in person and online over the next five weeks. The festival launches at the CatStrand in Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, with a … Read more
© Ted Leeming This weekend, Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson will discuss their latest photographic projects in two online talks. We spoke to them to find out more… Photographers Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson specialise in creatively recording the environment, with a focus on humanity’s relationship with the landscape, and habitat biodiversity. Twelve years ago, … Read more
Following the success of 2020’s Prints for Wildlife, the ambitious initiative is back this summer for a second edition. Here’s the lowdown on some of the amazing photographs that are up for grabs. One of the many and lesser-known consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic has been its disastrous impact on conservation efforts, including those in … Read more
We’re excited to be bringing Out There back to OP, starting from issue 267 (on sale 22 April). Dedicated to new photography books and media, exhibitions, events, talks and more, we try to pack as much into this section as we can. In the meantime, here are a few dates for your diary this spring … Read more
In February we invited you, via Instagram and Twitter, to send us your best photos capturing the first signs of spring – from hints of colour appearing in the landscape to buds bursting and wildlife emerging. Thank you to everyone who took part in our challenge – here are some of our favourite shots to … Read more
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.