How Wildlife Photography Became Art: 55 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year


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How Wildlife Photography Became Art: 55 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year Editor: Rosamund Kidman Cox Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: The Natural History Museum Pages: 288 Illustrations and other contents: 200+ colour Language: English ISBN: 9780565095130 Categories: , ,

This update to the bestselling 50 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year features 20 stunning new images which have come from the last 5 years of the competition. They showcase the advances that continue to be made in approach and technique. Featuring many of the greatest nature photographs of all time, this book charts the development of nature photography, from the first hand-held cameras and the colour film revolution of the 1960s, to the increasingly sophisticated photographs of wild animals and unexplored places that are taken today. The prize-winning images include ground-breaking portraits, breathtaking aerial shots, underwater photography, close-up imagery and much more. They are accompanied by captions that put the photographs in context, explaining their importance, and revealing the vision, talent, passion and technique of the world’s leading wildlife photographers. All those who are passionate about photography and who have followed this compelling competition since its inception 55 years ago will treasure this magnificent volume.

Weight1.22694 kg


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Author Biography

Rosamund Kidman Cox was the editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine for 23 years. She is the co-editor of books including Frozen Planet, Life, and Planet Earth for BBC Books.