Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Portfolio 27 by Rosamund Kidman CoxWildlife Photographer Of The Year: Portfolio 27 by Rosamund Kidman Cox

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Portfolio 27

EditorRosamund Kidman Cox

Hardcover | December 15, 2017

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For more than 50 years, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has championed honest and ethical wildlife photography, while pushing the boundaries of artistic freedom, technical skill, and narrative excellence. This powerful collection of pictures features all the winning photographs from the 2016 competition. The collection represents the work of many international photographers, both professionals and amateurs. The photographs are chosen by an international jury for their artistic merit and originality, from categories that together represent a diversity of natural subjects. The range of styles is also diverse, as is the genre of photography, including action, macro, underwater, landscape, or environmental reportage. Together this outstanding collection is a reminder of the splendor, drama, and variety of life on Earth. Each stunning photograph is accompanied by an extended caption and there is an introduction by one of the world's most respected nature photographers.
Rosamund Kidman Cox was the editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine for 23 years. She is the coeditor of books including Frozen Planet, Life, and Planet Earth for BBC Books.
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Title:Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Portfolio 27Format:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 10 × 10.25 × 0.98 inPublished:December 15, 2017Publisher:Natural History Museum, LondonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0565094157

ISBN - 13:9780565094157

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‘...I make no excuse for, once again, including this annual compilation. . .the results are awe-inspiring in their beauty and strangeness.’ Daily Mail