David Yarrow is an incredible fine-art photographer, financier, conservationist and author, based in Britain. He is currently one of the bestselling fine-art photographers in the world.Read More
Laurent Baheux is a french photographer, born in Poitiers in 1970. Attracted to journalism and editing at first, he rapidly discovered a passion for photography and becoming a self-taught photographer.
From 2002, during a visit to Tanzania, he began private work on the wild fauna, its beauty, strength, roughness and great fragility. He chose black and white, with its play on shadow, light and contrast, to immortalise rare and ephemeral scenes of nature, constantly trying to sublimate the animals, to capture the magnificence of their attitudes, the emotion of their look… Through this authentic quest, Laurent wants to show the vividness of these species which are still alive, but more menaced than ever, and the immense richness that they represent for the planet.Read More
Selected from more than 9,200 entries, a photo of a woman spotlighted by the glow of her phone on a crowded train was chosen as the grand-prize winner of the 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest. The photo, titled “A Node Glows in the Dark,” was shot by Brian Yen of Hong Kong.Read More
Brandt’s pictures of African wildlife are daring: he does not use a telephoto lens, but rather ventures up close to these untamed and dangerous animals. His photos are not purely documentary. Brandt wishes to translate the features of the animals, as well as their spirits, into the photograph.Read More
The winners for the Open, Youth and National Award competitions of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards were announced today by the World Photography Organisation (WPO).
The following 40 winning breathtaking pictures have been selected from more than 70,000 entries from across the world.Read More