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I’m going to echo a lot of folks in the industry and say that this really is one of the best times to be a photographer or getting into photography. We’re offered so many opportunities to shoot, publish (for pay or not), and build communities around the subject, and the technology is more available than [...]
After three years of work and more than two hundred days spent in the field, the new book about the project to save the endangered wilderness of Tichá Valley in the Slovak Tatras is finally out! “The Last Stronghold” is a large-format book presenting the unique pictures of the Italian wildlife photographer Bruno D’Amicis and [...]
I had looked forward and even dreamt about this special moment before leaving for Kaziranga. It had been part excitement and part fear but as it finally stood there
Arriving at Illulissat approximately 200 km north of the polar circle was beginning to feel like the start of my journey. Now I was going after what had been the original concept of my story the Arctic foxes.
Finally, the day had arrived. I had packed and repacked my gear twice checking that everything was there. Altogether I had about 50 kg of equipment packed in a duffel bag, a Pelicase and a carry on board rucksack. I was lucky at the airport and only had to pay for 6 kg in overweight and they hadn’t checked my cabin baggage, which was over 20 kg.
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It was a very cold winter morning and I was driving slowly along the small road which, between walls up to 900 meters, follows the valley floor of Yosemite National Park, immortalized by the Johan Sebastian Bach of photography that Ansel Adams was.
Her name is Daisy Gilardini and she loves photographing in extreme conditions, especially in the Polar areas. She’s very keen on nature and earth conservation issues and she loves working on these aspects as well with her wonderful photography. We are very honored to be able to interview her…