Photography can be a fun way to communicate! In fact, have you experienced the hysterical nature of nature yet?Well, you have to be at the right place at the right time, like these photographers who have captured nature in its most accidental and hilariously comic moments. The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards encourages hilarious photographs of funny animal drama taking place in nature. It is interesting to see how awareness and conservation of wildlife are brought to attention through the use of comic entertainment.
Photography is not just about beautiful and eye-pleasing image making. There could be more to it, you just need a new perspective. It is a medium for your expression, of things you see, the way you see them. Whether you see the supposedly mainstreamed beauty of it or have your own little funny angle of thoughts making your photography style unique.
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is one such platform which showcased humor in ways we never thought of!
Hold on to your wits as nature unveils its once-in-a-snapshot stand-up comedy…
Be it a too-cool-for-you Owl or a Gorilla digging his nose, these snapshots will surely leave you laughing till your stomach hurts, begging to stop.
The Walk of Owliness
May I have this dance?
Honey, we do need a bigger house!
I think I ate something fishy.
RUN !! Human on the LOOSE!
Rush hour 1.2mph: Where’s my wheel?!
Darling, camera’s this way.
The complete dining Experience.
Best baboons forever.
Digging out the treasure
Never let the set standards of photography guide you towards mainstream beauty, although it is not hard to get lost in the overwhelming and constant bombarding of photography advice around you, take what is sufficient, but don’t lose your own vision. Take that different angle. That is what will define you and your unique style.
Well, you should also check – Oliver Curtis and his WRONG way approach to iconic monuments!
Still think Photography is all things dramatic, elegant and perfectly setup?
Well, Our gorilla guy begs to differ, all for good reason.
Via Flowart Station