19.10.15 by Staff

Wildlife Photographers of the Year

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A whale of a mouthful, Michael AW, Australia. Underwater, WINNER.

The winning images from this year’s competition for Wildlife Photographer of the Year were selected from 42,000 entries and 96 countries. They’ll be exhibited at London’s Natural History Museum October 16th – April 10th, 2016. Click below to see more epic images including grand title winner, A tale of two foxes, by Canadian photographer Don Gutoski and Ruffs on display by Ondrej Pelánek, winner in the 11–14 year old, young photographer category.

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13.10.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Nicholas Albrecht

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Photos by Oakland-based photographer Nicholas Albrecht. More images below.

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12.10.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Cherine Fahd

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A selection of obscured photos by Sydney, Australia-based photographer Cherine Fahd. More images below.

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09.10.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Antoine Henault

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Photos by French photographer Antoine Henault. More images below.

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08.10.15 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Maciek Jasik

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Another great series by photographer, Maciek Jasik. More images from “The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables” below!

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08.10.15 by Jeff

Photographer Spotlight: Oliver Kruger

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Portraits by Cape Town, South Africa-based photographer Oliver Kruger. More images below.

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06.10.15 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Peter Stewart

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Vibrant photographs of Hong Kong skyscrapers by Australian photographer Peter Stewart. See more images from Stewart’s series, “Stacked,” below!

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06.10.15 by Staff

Kickstarter of the Day: The First Photography Community For Depression & Anxiety

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Words are often not enough and The One Project not only understands that, they’ve launched a Kickstarter specifically designed to help those battling depression and anxiety learn how to express themselves through the healing art of photography.

The community-fostering approach also aims to de-stigmatize mental illness. Considering the fact that mental illness affects one in five Canadians (and almost half never seek treatment!) this is definitely a project worth checking out. Watch the full promo video below to learn more.

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