Tag : Wildlife Photographer

Final Photos Of The Elephants By Will Burrard-Lucas

Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas Captures Final Photos Of The ‘Queen Of Elephants’

Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas captures final photos of the ‘Queen Of Elephants’. Will Burrad started this project “Land of Giants” in 2017, in collaboration Tsavo Trust in Kenya, that would keep him busy for the best part of 18 months. Their goal was to document the incredible elephants of Tsavo and…

Photographer Julian Rad Captured Beautiful Photos Of Wild Animal’s Real Life

Photographer Julian Rad Captured Beautiful Photos Of Wild Animal’s Real Life

Australian-based photographer Julian Rad captured beautiful photos of wild animal’s real life. The photographer gain the trust of these animals, they can take photos of them more easily. And the pictures are more beautiful when they come naturally. The “models” do not specifically pose or listen to instructions. They just…

Wildlife Photographer Mogens Trolle Captured Close-Up Portraits Of The World’s Rarest Primates

Danish Wildlife photographer Mogens Trolle captured close-up portraits of the world’s rarest primates. With over 25 years of working with wildlife animals on seven continents all around the world, Mogens Trolle had a lot of contributions and studies of primates and wildlife animals to the public. He has recorded that…

Black and White Wildlife Photography By Laurent Baheux

Unbelievable High Contrast B&W Photos Of African Wildlife By Laurent Baheux

AFRICA is a testimonial about all endangered species of the black continent. Laurent chooses to develop a collection of portraits and scenes of the life of the animals like a family album. With a new approach in traditional nature photography, Laurent tries to capture the humanity and personality of each…

Russian Photographer Dmitry Kokh Amazingly Captured Polar Bears At An Abandoned Weather Station

Russian Photographer Dmitry Kokh Amazingly Captured Polar Bears At An Abandoned Weather Station

Russian Wildlife Photographer Dmitry Kokh amazingly captured Polar Bears at an abandoned weather station. Polar bears, as the largest extant bear species, as well as the largest land carnivores, are truly captivating creatures. However, most of us are used to seeing them surrounded by snow on the frozen waters of…

Nick Brandt: Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Nick Brandt: Inspiration From Masters Of Photography

Nick Brandt is an interesting person, a phenomenal wildlife photographer who believes in a simple term “Fail again but fail better”. This is so unique about his role as a photographer to server what is left behind in terms of animal population with this vast world. His encounters and the…

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards 2020: Awards Ceremony

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Awards 2020: Awards Ceremony

Here is the very inspiring Awards Ceremony video of 2020Wildlife Photographer Of The Year. Hosted by BBC presenters and wildlife experts Chris Packham CBE and Megan McCubbin, this year’s digital awards ceremony is an event not to be missed. Broadcast live from the Museum’s magnificent Hintze Hall, viewers will be…

Wildlife Photographer Peter Delaney Spent Countless Hours To Capture These Elephants Photos

Wildlife Photographer Peter Delaney Spent Countless Hours To Capture These Elephants Photos

My love of black and white photography is only surpassed by my love of African wildlife, in particular, elephants. A decade ago on my first wildlife safari in Uganda. We happened upon a herd of elephants, my first encounter with these magnificent beasts was one a frightening one. Unfortunately, the…

British Photographer David Yarrow Talking About His Photography Journey

British Photographer David Yarrow born on 8th January 1966. He is a photographer, financier, conservationist, and author. He has traveled to isolated locations to capture images of wildlife, indigenous communities, and landscapes. In this video, David Yarrow talking about his photography journey and the story behind his most famous photographs.…

British photographer Tim Flach Captured Animals That May Soon Be Extinct

British photographer Tim Flach has spent 2 years to documenting endangered animals. He greatly captured their habitats and their fragile existences. These photos provides us with an intimate and rare view into the beautiful lives of Earth’s most threatened creatures, and reminds us of everything we should be afraid to…

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