Tag Archives: Photography Magazines

Cover Preview: Audubon Magazine – October 2022

Audubon Magazine Fall 2022:

It’s the Moment of Truth for Saving the Northern Spotted Owl

Preventing the Pacific Northwest icon’s extinction calls for aggressive intervention, including killing another owl species. Will we act fast enough?

Best-Selling Author Jeff VanderMeer Finds That Nature Is Stranger Than Fiction

The novelist attained fame with gripping works of eco-fiction. How hard could it be to rewild his own backyard?

Photography: National Geographic – Oct 2022

A dark grey Canadian sphynx cat looks directly at the camera with green eyes and his ears turned to point forward. The image is surrounded by a yellow border and overlaid with the headline, "Minds of their own: Some animals have complex emotions— much like us"

Minds Of Their Own – Ed, a Canadian sphynx cat,

is curious, outgoing, affectionate, and highly responsive to human emotion. He’s also talkative: Say his name, he purrs. In this portrait, his forward-tilted ears show he’s alert and his narrowed pupils that he’s relaxed.

PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT LAGRANGE

Cover Preview: National Geographic – Sept 2022

The U.S. is home to some of the most beautiful places on the planet, but climate change poses a threat to these natural treasures. On this episode of Overheard, learn how innovation and Indigenous knowledge could change how we protect the environment.

Read more: https://on.natgeo.com/3CanfRJ

Cover: National Wildlife Magazine – Aug/Sep 2022

Surrounded by golden light, a mule deer stands in grasslands.

National Wildlife Magazine – August/September 2022

Burning Up

Heat, drought and wildfires are ravaging western wildlife while conservationists try to help ecosystems adapt

By Brianna Randall – Conservation, Aug 02, 2022

Dead mussels lie along the Pacific shore of Vancouver, British Columbia, during 2021’s summer heat wave. Scientists estimate that the record-breaking heat killed more than 1 billion marine animals off the coasts of British Columbia and Washington state.
(Photo by Christopher Harley/University of British Columbia)

GASPING SALMON WITH INFECTED LESIONS. Emaciated deer searching sagebrush flats for water. Clams and mussels boiled to death in their shells. Last summer, temperatures in the Northwest soared to record highs in the triple digits, killing more than 1 billion marine animals in the Salish Sea and stressing wildlife from the Pacific to the Rocky Mountains. Simultaneously, ongoing drought in the Southwest—which began in 2000 and is the region’s driest 22-year period in 1,200 years—is causing plants to wither, springs to dry up and wildfires to engulf entire landscapes.

Cover Preview: Outdoor Photography – June 2022

Outdoor Photography 282 Cover

In Outdoor Photography issue 280

Chris Frost captures the magic of Dorset’s hidden woods
Essential tips for successful mountain photography
James Roddie introduces the art of camera trapping
Vincent Munier discusses his stunning new nature film

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Cover Preview: Monocle Magazine – July/Aug 2022

Issue 155 cover

Where is the best place to live? What makes a city tick? How can we improve our lot? Monocle’s Quality of Life Survey has posed this question for the past 15 years and 2022’s July/August issue contains the latest. How does your city fare? Plus: hot looks, sunny stays and the perfect summer playlist.

Cover Preview: Landscape Photography – May 2022

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Dusk to Dawn Landscape Photography

Expand your landscape photography potential by shooting long after sundown and on through the night. As Mark Hamblin explains, photography requires …

A Guide To Infrared Landscapes

Infrared photography can bring a whole new dimension to your landscape photography, but where should you start? Michael Pilkington has a few …

A Guide to Filters for Landscape Photography

Mark Bauer helped us put together a comprehensive guide to filters for Landscape Photography and explains why we still need them …

Photographing The Northern Lights

Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. Do we have what it takes to capture this breathtaking phenomenon? Lee Pengelly shares some valuable advice on how to …