This time at the round table we've invitedFilipe Frazao,Hel080808,Attila Jandi,Lakhesis.Let us first tell you how grateful we are for taking the time, between your voyages, to help us with your answers.In the interview below you'll find plenty of valuable tips and great stories that our photographers got the chance to live, but, most of all, they will reveal a great love: the love for nature. They are the people that look beyond the lenses, they understand what'... continue reading
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Yesterday's sale was this amazing White-chinned Jacamar (Galbula tombacea) of the deep Peruvian rainforest where I have been lucky to shoot in two occasions during the last years. Conditions are tough as even during the "dry" season rain showers may be expected at any time during the day and night. The picture of the Jacamar was taken just after a heavy rainfall.I have added some other photographies of several birds from this beautiful natural environment which I hope will prevail for future generations... continue reading
In 2012 I made my second visit to Peru, this time to the Peruvian amazon which is simply amazing! The seasonal flooding of the amazon that year had been by far much stronger than the average and even the huts of the indians which are built high up on stilts were partially under water.The whole photographic work was made from canoes of different shape and size and the advantage was that some species were easier to see and photograph the normally like the following series of images of Woolly Monkeys... continue reading
I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest conservation effort is taking place in an attempt to salvage what historically was one of the most biodiverse environments on the planet - I came across a small number of monkeys.These Eyes were opportunistically captured around... continue reading
Just two weeks ago I came back from a 20 day trip in the peruvian amazon, beginning in the Andes cloud forest and ending in the flatland rainforest along the Madre de Dios river. The biodiversity is just amazing but the conditions for wildlife photography quite hard. You have to cope with changes from extreme highlights in the hole of the forest canopy with a bird sitting as a perfect silhouette, which forces you to compensate exposure or block the AE on a similar (hopefully) lighted object to absolute... continue reading
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