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One of the leading economic casualties of the COVID-19 outbreak is tourism, and the impacts in Africa from a decimated tourism industry is having ripple effects into rural communities and wildlife conservation across the continent. In an effort to help alleviate hunger in across the local South African communities, a group of friends and top nature guides have collaborated to bring together a collection of amazing

Canon Australia has launched the ultimate interchangeable lens camera, the EOS-1D X Mark III, offering professional photographers, videographers, and content creators limitless possibilities, at blistering speeds. Boasting dramatically improved AF tracking performance, image quality and communication capabilities, the camera represents the pinnacle of Canon’s EOS series. Enabling moments to be captured like never before, Canon’s new flagship camera enables incredible shooting speeds of up to 20fps with AF tracking,

On 6 October, most of Australia will enter daylight savings time, bringing with it the start of longer days, warmer weather and more reasons to get outside and practice your photography skills. With warmer mornings and nights, what better time to start experimenting with capturing images during the Golden Hour? For those not in the know already, The Golden Hour is the period of daylight just after sunrise or

A picture tells a thousand words, which is why photography is a great story teller for conservation work. One third of New Zealand, some 8.5 million hectares, is in public conservation land and a dedicated team of Department of Conservation (DOC) rangers get to see parts of the county that locals and visitors are likely never to visit. The best way to take people to these far flung

Scroll through my social media and websites and you will see many of my photos include wildlife. I have learnt though, that for many poachers the hunt begins online. Therefore, taking photos responsibly is essential. It is hard to resist capturing that leopard lounging in the tree, the magnificent tusker elephant or the rare black rhino emerging from the bushes, and then sharing it across social media and

Tasmanian adventure travel specialist, Tasmanian Expeditions, has released three new itineraries, designed to help active travellers get the most out of their Tasmanian adventure. The new trips include a photography tour designed to help budding photographers enhance their skills and nurture their creativity, a self-guided cycle taking in many highlights of the east coast and a dedicated family trip in one of the island's most popular national parks. Flinders Island Photography with Andrew Thomasson is

World Expeditions has announced two new handcrafted photography-focused itineraries for 2019 - one along the Silk Road in June and the other in the Indian Himalayan Markha Valley in September - to be led by internationally-renowned Lonely Planet photographer and Canon Master, Richard I’ Anson. Both trips are designed to provide opportunities for photographers of all abilities to enhance their skills in two wonderful visually rich