Travel Photographer of the Year

Travel Photographer of the Year

From fiery lava flows to a magical, snow-swirled New York street scene that echoes an impressionist painting and from the imperious gaze of an elusive, endangered Iberian lynx to wonderfully minimalist images of West Kirby, England, the winning images in the 2016 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards (TPOTY) have been revealed, and they are stunning.

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Sue Butler

Sue Butler

My style of photography is very personal to me with macro being my favourite way to capture the beauty of nature. I am always looking for the small intricate details that people just seem to pass by and a lot of my work usually features one or two flowers or insects in the foreground focusing on their individual beauty and colours.

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Why Shoot Film

Why Shoot Film

If you recognise this image, half photo half nothing then you will remember shooting film. If not then you may have begun your photography in the digital age. There was even someone who published a book of the first frame once the film had been loaded in the camera.... read more
Colin O’Brien

Colin O’Brien

In Conversation with Colin O’Brien By Philip Gray Colin O’Brien took his first photographs of daily life in post-war London in 1948: he hasn’t stopped since. Still an enthusiastic and very active photographer*, his latest book, London Life, contains an extensive... read more
Tim Laman

Tim Laman

The Bornean orangutan was officially listed as critically endangered, there is no doubt that orangutans are on the edge of extinction. Tim Laman, winner of both the Wildlife Photographer of the Year and The Wildlife Photojournalist Award Story, shows in his tragically beautiful images the story so far.

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Anup Shah – The Mara

Anup Shah – The Mara

Shot in timeless black and white, The Mara is an intimate, atmospheric record of the ebb and flow of daily life in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve. Anup Shah has long been recognised as one of the masters of wildlife photography and here he returns to the land... read more
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016

A young male orangutan makes the 30-metre (100-foot) climb up the thickest root of the strangler fig that has entwined itself around a tree emerging high above the canopy. The backdrop is the rich rainforest of the Gunung Palung National Park, in West Kalimantan, one of the few protected orangutan strongholds in Indonesian Borneo.

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