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22 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Professional photographer and film-maker Jabruson (Bruce Davidson) has spent the past 27 years working in some of the most remote parts of Central Africa. His work documents the rich animal and scenic heritage of the region, the life of its people and increasingly, the conservation issues that affect all life in this part of Africa.
~The photos in this gallery are associated with the films he has made about primates in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and the life in forest clearings found in the Odzala National Park in the Republic of Congo/Brazzaville. He has also worked extensively in East Africa.
24 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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"When I decided to become a wildlife photographer, I found both the solitude and the wildlife I was looking for in the Alaskan Arctic".
~"But during my early years in the Arctic, although I saw many coastal animals, I never encountered a polar bear. I never planned to photograph polar bears in Alaska at all". These are the words of photographer Steven Kazlowski, whose first encounter with a polar bear has since compelled him to create one of the best photographic documents of this species to date.
~But less than a decade after Kazlowski spotted his first polar bear, his latest book, published by Braided River in February 2008, is ironically titled The Last Polar Bear: Facing the Truth of a Warming World. This truth, the tragic effect that global warming is having on the Arctic habitat of these magnificent animals, is supported by statistics which suggest that two-thirds of the polar bear’s habitat will disappear by 2050, with only a handful of them remaining by 2080. When, in May 2008, the US government listed the polar bear as a threatened species, they became the first large mammal whose decline has been attributed to climate change.
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Wiltshire-based David Kjaer is a lifelong birdwatcher and naturalist who has always drawn inspiration from what he observes in the natural world. He has been photographing wildlife for 30 years and turned professional more than a decade ago, following a career as a police officer in the Wiltshire Constabulary. His work has been published in numerous books, calendars, cards, newspapers and magazines around the world, and he has many covers to his credit.
26 Apr 2019 12:00 am
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Marie-Luce Hubert and Jean-Louis Klein have been working together professionally for 30 years and still have the same passion for photographing both wild and domestic animals. Their enthusiasm is as great when working on their own farm or in a far corner of Mongolia. For them, it is just a question of staying curious and willing to learn. Wild and domestic animals are not contradictory but complementary subjects and both inspire their « joie de vivre ». Respect for animals and nature and their well-being is their greatest concern. In difficult times for our planet, if they can help in creating a small sanctuary, convince a neighbour to give up pesticides in his garden or a farmer to keep the horns on his cows, then they feel they are doing something useful!
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Willem Kolvoort has been taking underwater photographs for more than 30 years and although he has worked in many different parts of the world, his specialty is freshwater life in the dykes and lakes of his native Netherlands. He prefers to work in the wild documenting life from tiny water fleas to giant pike.He rarely uses aquariums preferring the diffuse light of natural situations that often makes for more mysterious images. His favourite location is his own garden pond which is full of aquatic plants and wildlife.
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Tim Laman is a PhD rainforest biologist with a thirst for exploration. He has turned his camera into a tool for communicating the stories of earth's little-known and endangered species in the wild, always with a strong conservation message. He works closely with National Geographic Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology and is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. He has provided photos for 21 articles in National Geographic magazine, several of which he has authored himself; subjects covered include Orangutans, Hornbills, Proboscis monkeys, gliding animals of Borneo, Mangroves and Birds of Paradise - many of which have never been photographed before. Pictures from many of his assignments can be seen in the gallery below. He has won numerous awards in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Nature's Best competitions. He was the overall winner of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and of the Nature Stories award in the 2016 World Press Photo.
11 Sep 2014 12:00 am
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Specialising in travel and nature photography, Spanish photographer Enrique López-Tapia has focused on capturing landscapes of deserts, jungles, volcanoes and high mountains across five continents. As well as photographing the environment and wildlife, he enjoys documenting different ethnic groups' customs and traditions. He has completed commissions for UNESCO and UNHCR as well as NGOs such as Action Aid and Doctors of the World. Very interested in adventure travel, he has visited Antarctica, most of the deserts of the planet and has made seven expeditions to the Himalayas (India, Nepal and Pakistan). His work has been published in leading journals in his native Spain including El Pais, El Mundo, Siete Leguas, Altair, Viajar, Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveller, and Viajes Natio. Enrique is also a multiple award-winner in international photographic competitions.
MARAN Matthew - Foxes
27 Sep 2019 12:00 am
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Matt Maran has been working for several years on a project to photograph the urban red foxes which live near his North London home - with some surprising results!
MARIGO Luiz Claudio
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Luiz Claudio Marigo was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied Philosophy and Eastern Culture as well as Cinematography. He has dedicated the past twenty two years of his professional life to nature photography, illustrating and writing articles for various magazines in Brazil and around the world. He has also provided the photographs for many books, both scientific and literary. He has traveled throughout Brazil and other countries of South America, photographing ecosystems, flora, fauna and people and has particularly in depth coverage of the Amazon tropical rainforest and flooded forests, Atlantic rainforest and cerrado.
11 Dec 2018 12:00 am
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Rémi Masson is a French diver and photographer. Born in Annecy, in the heart of the Alps, he specializes in underwater photography of mountain lakes, torrents, ponds, and rivers. He is known for his free diving under the ice of high altitude lakes and was also the first to describe and photograph large gatherings of Wels catfish, the largest mass of freshwater fish gathering ever seen. His photos have been published in leading European magazines and have been awarded numerous prizes in international photo competitions including a first prize at GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2014. His first book "Eaux douces des Alpes", was published in 2013 by Biotope editions. He is also a cameraman, and has been involved in various TV documentaries and was even the subject of a documentary broadcast on Canal + in 2017
MATE, Bence
22 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Ian McCarthy is an award-winning cameraman as well as stills photographer. His work as a cameraman, mostly for the BBC Natural History Unit, has taken him all over the world and enabled him to document rare species such as Gyrfalcon in remote Ellesmere Island. Recently he has been taking images to produce fine art prints, stitching images together to create high definition panoramics.~~He writes, ^One inescapable lesson from my years of travel is that nature is under increasing pressure, everywhere wilderness and wild things are in retreat. My photographs spring from my lifelong relationship with the natural world and from a simple wonder at its incredible beauty and diversity. When I am working I like to immerse myself in my surrounding, letting go as much as possible, responding to the
16 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Eric Medard is based in the Mayenne region of North West France and has been taking nature images for 25 years. Bats and other nocturnal species have long been a particular fascination. For the last 2 years, he has been using infra-red photography techniques to take images of European wildlife at night, without causing disturbance to his subjects. Many of Eric's images are taken close to his home and show familiar creatures, providing rare insights into their nocturnal behaviour, but he has also travelled as far as Slovenia and Sweden to photograph beavers and brown bears.

25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Photography is LARRY MICHAEL's chosen form of artistic expression. He loves to capture nature's colours, form, textures and lines, often in abstract~ways. He is the winner of the Composition & Form category in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2004 competition.
~~Here is a small selection of his images; many capture the essence of the~different seasons of the year.
MIKHAILOV Konstantin
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Zoologist, writer and photographer Konstantin Mikhailov is based in Moscow and is now mainly involved in projects to develop ecotourism in Russian nature preserves (see ^Ussuriland^ in our Wild Destination gallery). As well as Far East Russia he has captured the landscapes, plants and wildlife of Siberia (Altai Mountains, Baikal Lake, Lena River in Yakutia) the Caucasus Mountains and Nenetsky tundra. He has also worked on special photo-projects in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, the Nepalese Himalayas and wild areas of Thailand. Mikhailov has written and taken photos for two books on ecotourism ^Ecotourism in Russia- Altai-Sayan-Tuva Regions^ and ^In the mountains of Caucasus^ and his photos have been reproduced in prestigious publications such as National Geographic (Russia), GEO (Russi
MILLER Steven David
29 Jun 2018 01:46 pm
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Steve grew up in San Francisco and, from a young age, was fascinated by all things related to nature. He took up scuba diving at an early age and studied film making at S.F. State University—it was a natural progression then to take up nature photography. As a young teacher, Steve went to Australia on a two-year recruitment program and ended up staying for 40 years (with regular trips back to the States). Steve’s photos have appeared in publications worldwide, particularly in the hundreds of articles that his wife, Linda has written. Steve and Linda have also had five heavily illustrated touring guides published by Explore Australia at Hardie Grant Publishers. For Steve, photography is the perfect excuse to be out in nature. That is where he is whenever possible.
Minden Pictures - highlights
30 Jan 2019 12:00 am
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This is our editor's pick of images from the Minden Pictures collection added to our site in January 2019. They feature many world-renowned photographers, including Jim Brandenburg, Tim Fitzharris, Flip Nicklin, Thomas Marent, Chien Lee, Norbert Wu, Michael & Patricia Fogden and Sebastian Kennerknecht.
Minden Pictures - most popular
30 Jan 2019 12:00 am
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A selection of the most popular images from the Minden Pictures collection - available only to UK clients and not to subagents.Subjects of note include Tim Fitzharris's North American landscapes, Norbert Wu's deep sea material, and strong coverage on primates and pandas.
MUNOZ Juan Carlos
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Juan Carlos Munoz from Spain has a degree in Biology and has been working professionally as a photographer since 1990. As well as working on the Iberian peninsula, he has travelled in all seven continents often working in remote places documenting endangered animals. His images regularly feature in books and magazines and their artistic merit has been recognized and awarded in may competitions including Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Nature's Best and GDT European Photographer of the Year. He has had exhibitions at many photo festivals and has thirteen published books of his photos.
14 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Dr Alexander Mustard has been taking underwater photographs since he was 9 years old and has worked full time as an underwater photographer since 2004. His photographs have won many awards including five in BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. In 2016 he has released two new books Underwater Photography Masterclass and Secrets Of The Seas. His previous books include The Art Of Diving, which has been described by David Doubilet as “the best book about diving since Jacques Cousteau’s The Silent World”, and Reefs Revealed, which won the International Grand Prize for the best book of underwater photographs. His photographs have been displayed in exhibitions around the world and a particular highlight was presenting his work to Queen Elizabeth II. In 2013, Alex was named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Night Moves - the first time an underwater photograph has won this prestigious award. ~Alex is a regular contributor to many publications in the marine, wildlife, diving and photographic media, and to date has published more than 500 articles. Alex was awarded the MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours 2018 for services to underwater photography.
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