Focus for Survival 2021: the judges’ shortlist

Voting is now open for the six shortlisted entries in this annual wildlife photography competition.

Life through the lens: Travel Photographer of the Year 2020

“Travel photography in a global pandemic has been challenging to say the least, but travel photographers are a resourceful breed.”

In photos: the Maasai & East Africa

How the Maasai, wildlife and tourism co-exist together on the plains of East Africa.

Stories from a travel photographer: Simon Urwin

‘Find your niche and keep on keeping on.’

In photos: a series of chance encounters

From desert dunes in Sudan to architectural treasures in Tibet.

The world’s most impressive geological features

Marble caves, salt lakes and rainbow mountains.

A postcard from the end of the world: exploring St Helena

Photographer Scott Bennett shares his experiences of exploring and photographing this tiny island.

Poignant pictures: Mathias Falcone

Our Photographer of the Month is always on a quest to capture a true portrait of wherever he may be.

Six top tips for wildlife photography

Wildlife photography is, of course, an art. Steve Davey shares some of his top tips to help improve yours.

The little things: photographing Madagascar’s miniature wonders

Travel and wildlife photographer Daniel Austin shares the stories behind his incredible shots of Madagascar’s miniature creatures

Otherworldly landscapes: a photo story

Photographer of the Month Nickolas Warner shares his favourite alien landscapes from his travels.

The Alphabet of Animals: V–Z

Mike Unwin shares some of his lockdown wildlife poems

Maikos, monks and medicine men

We explore the world’s hidden cultures with Simon Urwin, our Photographer of the Month.

From lawyers to photographers: let us go photo

Canadian photographers Mark and Naomi share their photos of connections made around the world.

“One location left me utterly spellbound”: Scott Bennett

Our Photographer of the Month, an underwater photography expert, shares his best shots from across the globe.