Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Natural History Museum - Spotlight on female wildlife photographers

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Wildlife through a lens
The collaborators © Jennifer Guyton
Spotlight on female wildlife photographers
In honour of International Women's Day we take a moment to celebrate female photographers in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

Ecologist Jennifer Guyton's image, above, shares a new angle on the relationship between researchers and their subjects - in this case some curious meerkats. Watch Jennifer talk about her image in a #WPYinsights video.   

See stunning images of nature taken by some of the world's best wildlife photographers in the current exhibition.

Until 10 September
Online booking recommended
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★★★★★ Yet another sensational year - Londonist
★★★★★ A phenomenal showcase of the best in nature photography - Culture Whisper
The moment © Bridgena Barnard
From the archive
See images from past female Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners, like this image by Bridgena Barnard of a petrified springbok being chased by two cheetahs. 
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Mama's back © Ashleigh Scully
WPY Blog
Female photographers share their thoughts on the wildlife photography industry in the most recent WPY blog. 
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Take the exhibition home with you. From notebooks to wall prints, we’ve everything you need to inspire your inner photographer.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition
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