"Careful observation is what makes an engaging portrait. There has to be intimacy"

- Rosamund Kidman Cox, Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Jury Chair
Image: © Isak Pretorius - Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Arctic puffins, Svalbard. Image Michael Aw

Elysium Arctic: Artists for social change

25 Jul 2019

A team of explorers, photographers and scientists banded together to inspire social change in Elysium Arctic, the museum’s newest outdoor exhibition. Their goal was to document the effects of climate change on the unique Arctic ecosystem through art and science. What did they find in the world’s northernmost regions?

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Underwater photographers in the field

16 Apr 2018

What does it take to capture life in the water? Three finalists from this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition talked to Paul Teasdale about how to navigate whale pods, ice, underwater jungles and extreme temperatures for that perfect shot.

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