“Looking at the work of artist like Stubbs made me interested in the disconnect between animals and their habitat,” Carnegie says, as his work goes on display at the John Martin Gallery in London.George Stubbs’ painting of a Zebra, created in 1763, was based on an animal he saw in
Source: Wild animals in created sets: “What does it mean to be indigenous?” – British Journal of Photography
The recent collection of a rare bird re-ignites the debate among scientists and broader publics about the value of lethal techniques for studying wildlife.
Source: Killing Birds – Edge Effects
It’s easy to see why drone photography is fast becoming the favourite new way to capture great aerial photos. Dronestagram’s latest Drone photography competition “Small drones, big changes&quo
Source: Incredible Drone Images Highlights The Effects Of Climate Change
When Cheryl Medow first traveled to Africa 20 years ago, she felt privileged to be able to photograph animals in the wild, especially birds. “They are our
Source: Cheryl Medow: Envisioning Habitat is a series of composite images of birds in unique environments (PHOTOS).
Last year, the precocious now-17-year-old Slovakian student artist Martin Vargicdesigned a wildly popular and irreverent Map of the Internet in the style
Source: Martin Vargic’s World According to ISIS is a bitingly satirical map of the world.
Conservation photographer Mike Forsberg documents a changing river.
Source: Watching a Watershed in Motion | Sierra Club
The Kamloops climate has lead to the preservation of many old churches on First Nations land. We heard about a new photo exhibit that captures the buildings and some of the history of the area.
Source: Exhibit photographs the remains of First Nations churches – Kamloops – CBC News
Mark Steinmetz argues MoMA’s acquisition practices favor art over photography
Source: Photography at MoMA: Has Photo-Based Art Become Too Dominant? | TIME