Calling all pet-lovers! We've got a photo contest for you.
The Canadian Geographic Photo Club Your Pets in Focus Photo Contest is your chance to show-off the lovable non-human members of your family, whether they be amphibians, birds, mammals or something else.
For wildlife photography pros shooting Nikon, the company’s 70-200 mm, F2.8 lens has long been an essential part of the kit. In my work as a Canadian Geographic editor, I’ve often admired the crispness and saturation that our photographers are able to produce with this lens, and its range of focal lengths is just about perfect for shooting wildlife at relatively close range.
Congratulations to the winners of the Whatever the Weather photo contest!
Photographer J. David Andrews, the Weather Network's John Gallant and Canadian Geographic photo editor Laura Stanley had the difficult job of selecting the winning photos from more than 14,600 submissions.
The judges chose the winning weather shots based on composition, content/originality, technical quality and visual impact. Watch the video above to hear why the winning photos stood out for them.
Photo contest judges Donald Gibson, Rebecca Kennedy and Paul Galipeau of Parks Canada and photographer Lee Narraway discuss the winning images of the World views: Think global, shoot local photo contest featuring Canada's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Find out more about CG Photo Club contests at photoclub.canadiangeographic.ca.