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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEPHOTOSOCIETY
47.1% of thephotosociety's followers are female and 52.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.10%. The average number of likes per post is 8088 and the average number of comments is 31.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEPHOTOSOCIETY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THEPHOTOSOCIETY
- Photography 69.44 %
- Travel & Tourism 68.71 %
- Art & Design 41.41 %
- Beauty & Fashion 40.85 %
- Technology & Science 38.08 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 36.04 %
- Fitness & Yoga 35.16 %
- Sports 34.23 %
- Business & Careers 33.41 %
- Luxury Goods 32.99 %
- Entertainment 32.76 %
- Music 31.53 %
Photograph by @andyparkinsonphoto/@thephotosociety Kamchatka bear tour – With places now filling up on next years’ Kamchatka bear tour then for those of you who might be interested in this once-in-a-lifetime adventure please do contact me at email@example.com Kamchatka is a completely unique destination, a pristine wilderness with a staggering abundance of bears and it is simply, by a massive margin, the single best place that I have ever been. Here we are able to work with the bears in isolation, free from any crowds, free from viewing platforms and without any strict time allowances. This image was taken just a few yards from one of the places where we stay, a river that is literally teeming with bears, morning, noon and night. To frame this tight image of a magnificent male I was lucky to have been loaned an 800mm lens from my good friend @mark_cale, who was with me on this years’ phenomenal trip. This is a favoured rock for the bears, a rock that sits in the middle of the river providing not only an excellent vantage point but more importantly it is excellent for lounging. Perhaps this is why this bear looks like he is being so possessive over it, because he is! ‘This is my rock, mine’. With images like this I always try to exclude any extraneous detail, the bright water of the river the most obvious culprit. For me I wanted just bear and rock, and the contrasting texture between both. Of course his magnificent paws serve to anchor the image but so does his look, I love a bit of side eye in an image. In order to bring the whole scene into razor sharp focus I’ve pushed the ISO of my @nikonuknordic D5 up to 3200 as this allowed me to set the aperture to F13 with a corresponding shutter speed of 1/400sec. Scenes like this, to me at least, benefit from being razor sharp throughout, much like the claws of this incredible apex predator.
Photo by @anniegriffithsphotography. Like part of the scenery, a #goat stands beside a wall in Gujarat, India. For more photos of our beautiful, sometimes curious world, follow @anniegriffithsphotography @rippleeffectimages @photography.for.good @thephotosociety #goats #goatsofinstagram #everydayindia #travelgram #goodmorning #photography #lumix #travelphotography #rippleeffectimages #thephotosociety #wildlife #onassignment #anniegriffiths
Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride | Two of my favorites: night sky and wild places. With light pollution on the rise around the globe, I’m grateful to still have access to starry views like this one. For more, follow @pedromcbride. #nature #wilderness #stars #milkyway #nightsky
Photo by Gerd Ludwig @gerdludwig | In 2011, twenty-five years after the world’s worst nuclear disaster, the Ukrainian government officially legalized tourism in the Exclusion Zone. In Pripyat, visitors have the opportunity to wander through the debris-strewn corridors and empty classrooms of a school. Hundreds of discarded gas masks litter the floor of the canteen. One tourist brought his own gas mask—not to protect himself, but simply for photographs. The opening for my exhibit, “The Long Shadow of Chernobyl” at the ROSPHOTO State Photo Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, was a huge success. I was overwhelmed by the magnitude of coverage it received from the Russian media—from online articles to television, radio and newspaper interviews—perhaps due to the recent success of the “Chernobyl” HBO miniseries. @natgeo @rosphoto.museum #Chernobyl #nuclear #tourism #Pripyat
Photo by @paoloverzone // Icebergs and frozen sea in front of Ilulissat. Located on the west coast of Greenland, 250 km north of the Arctic Circle, Greenland’s Ilulissat Icefjord is a tidal fjord covered with floating brash and massive ice. The Greenland ice cap is the only remnant in the Northern Hemisphere of the continental ice sheets from the Quaternary Ice Age. The oldest ice is estimated to be 250,000 years old, and provides detailed information on past climatic changes and atmospheric conditions from 250,000 to around 11,550 years ago (source Unesco). Today Greenland's ice sheet it's melting faster than ever (four times faster than it was in 2003 ) because of global warming. #arctic #greenland #iceberg #climatechange #ilulissat Follow @paoloverzone for more photos and stories
Me and the bears // Words by @andyparkinsonphoto and photo by @gregslan // This is an image that was captured in July of this year by my dear friend Greg who had travelled with me to Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula to photograph bears. First thing to note is that the image is massively deceptive as it’s captured on a high powered telephoto lens which has the effect of compressing the perspective. This is why it looks like I am surrounded by bears when in fact they are a safe distance away. To my left is the rest of our photographic group, in the prime positions, and I as always am on the periphery. With us also is our guard, a guy who has lived alongside these bears for many years and has an encyclopaedic knowledge of their characters and their likely behaviours. Being close to wildlife is a fundamental part of what I do as a wildlife photographer but to those who might encounter bears in their everyday lives then it’s vital that you read up on appropriate behaviour around bears so that you are well prepared. I’ve worked with bears for many years now but whenever I travel to unfamiliar places I always have a local expert with me. Next August I will be travelling back to this exact location so if you’d like to be standing alongside me, in the company of these remarkable apex predators then I’m finally able to announce my Kamchatka photographic tour dates for 2020. To those who are already on the waiting list then I’ll be sending out details later today but for anyone else who might be interested then you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to join me for this once-in -a-lifetime opportunity. Kamchatka is, and will doubtless remain, the single greatest location that I have ever journeyed to so please, come and join me, it’ll be the best decision that you ever make. @gregslan @fjallravenofficial @nikonuknordic
Photo by @amivitale for @rippleeffectimages. In Bangladesh, rising seas have arrived. The country is among the nations most threatened by climate change. Two thirds of the country lies less than five feet above sea level. A predicted 3-ft rise in the oceans would displace 20% of the population. Already, storm surge is filling homes, eroding land and rendering fertile lands sterile. @rippleeffectimages is proud to partner with organizations like @friendshipngo who provide healthcare, education and resources so those most impacted can face the current and coming floods. Follow @amivitale @rippleeffectimage and @friendshipngo to learn more about climate change and how you can help. @photography.for.good #risingseas #hope #friendshipngo #activism #climatechange #sealevelrise #globalwarming #bangladesh #rippleeffect #therippleeffect #rippleeffectimages #amivitale #water #ocean #sea #flooding #women #womenhelpingwomen #empoweringwomen #photojournalism #education
Photo by @anniegriffithsphotography. Farmland seems to stretch forever across the flat fields of North Dakota. When I proposed and was assigned this story for @natgeo, one of my colleagues offered to loan me his 3 foot ladder to do my aerial shots. Follow @anniegriffithsphotography for more photos of America's heartland. @photography.for.good @rippleeffectimages @lumix #anniegriffiths #usa #farmland #rural #ruralamerica #farming #agriculture #fields #fieldsofwheat #amberwaves #amberwavesofgrain #northdakota #america #summertime #sunrise #middleamerica #nationalgeographic #onassignment #lumixambassador
Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // Battling to stay afloat, American speleologist Erin Lynch struggles to pull her way across a raging torrent of white water that relentlessly bombards her. She holds on and crosses the main river in Quankou Dong cave in China and explores the cave beyond. Following very heavy rains these caves in Wulong County are impassable.
Photo by @MichaelGeorge // The drive to the Lockett Meadow Trail (seen here) was treacherous and I sunk below the window in my seat as we drove on what felt like the teetering edge of a cliff. When most people think of Arizona they picture red rocks and desert. Many don’t realize how green it can be. This particular hike has an extremely dense forest of aspens halfway up the trail. Absolute magic as they sway in the wind. Our goal was to photograph the basin at the top of the hike. Between the winding drive, steep climb, and a small bit of jet lag it was a day to push my limits at the start of what would be eleven 16-hour(ish) days of shooting. Images 1 - 3 are of the Lockett Meadow Trail. For image 4, I threw in part of a panorama from Sedona to showcase how some of Arizona's green can beautifully blend with the red rocks. // #lockettmeadowtrail #lockettmeadow #flagstaff #arizona #sedona
Photograph by @andyparkinsonphoto/@thephotosociety Rabbit kitten and nettles – For those of you that are familiar with nettles, or stinging nettles, it is only the size of these in comparison that will tell you just how tiny this rabbit kitten was. Photographed on exactly the same plane of focus as the rabbit the nettles can give the rabbit’s behaviour some anthropomorphic (applying human emotions to animals) qualities. It might look for example like the rabbit is leaning back, trying not to get his tiny feet stung but in reality the rabbit is simply curious about what the strange, clicking shape is lying just a few metres away. As such he has reared up on his tiny little rabbit bottom to get a better view, fortunately against the neutral, subtle tones of a distant field in evening light. Watching these youngsters play and chase, seek the comfort of their mothers or run for cover at the first sign of danger I am always minded about the similarities between us and them. I know that at their core they seek as we do food, water and shelter, they experience love, fear and pain, all of the same complex emotions that we are privileged to experience. Of course they do, we shouldn’t be surprised and anyone who, like me, has grown up sharing a home with various animals, will testify to the incredible similarities that we all share. Most of us would never countenance the idea of hurting another human, so sacred has become an upright walking, bipedal naked ape, yet so often the same regard is not given to our animal cousins, our friends, those who are privileged as we are to exist at all, even for the briefest of time. Yet they value and cherish their lives with the same ferocity that we do, they tremble in the face of violence and would, as we would, fight for every last precious breath. Whatever we can do today, if there is a way that we can cause less harm to others then surely that can only be the right, the just, the moral thing to do?
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