Making the Cut -- David Lloyd
See London-based New Zealand photographer David Lloyd speak about his shot 'In the flick of a tail' and how it made the cut in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, widely regarded as the best of its kind in the world.
Since 1992, the competition has been accompanied by an annual printed portfolio, of which the early editions have become highly collectible. In the flick of a tail was chosen for a specially commended award, and graced the front cover of that years' portfolio edition.
CAMERA Expert Sessions are part of the CAMERA Season of Photography at Auckland Museum.
3.野生动物摄影师 Wildlife Photographer
2018“欢乐春节”中国纪录片展播:《野生动物摄影师》 Wildlife Photographer（25分钟）
mating jaguar in the pantanal
Black And White Fine Art Wildlife Photography Compilation of Tanzania
A little over a year ago I was returning from Tanzania and from an photography safari that would change my way of thinking and living. Tanzania offered me an opportunity to capture unique black and white Wildlife and landscape photographies. I didn't had the chance yet to create a small video compilation of my photography safari through Tanzania full of beautiful wildlife and breathtaking landscapes.
That's why I decided to start 2017 with a new video presenting the black and white fine art photographies of Tanzania. I hope all of you appreciate my fine art photography. Enjoy the leopards, elephants and much more.
The Ivory Game Soundtrack
The Ivory Game OST
Music by H. Scott Salinas
African Spirit Photo Safari Video
We conduct Photographic Safaris in north-east, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa (an animal and bird hotspot and well-known tourist destination for visitors from all over the world).
We are based inside a 60 000 acres Big 5 Game Reserve that focus on endangered species like the Big 5: (Elephant, White and Black Rhino, Cape Buffalo, Lion, Leopard), as well as African Wild Dog and Cheetah.
Our safari guests can view these and many other plains game animals, in their natural habitat and observe their natural behavior from an open vehicle.
We offer daily game drives on open safari vehicles as well as day trips to other national parks and nearby popular tourist destinations.
The African Spirit Charity Project is a very popular activity that offers our safari guests the opportunity to visit a nearby Zulu community and pre-school. This humanitarian project has been very successful and is slowly bringing change to the poor and needy in our area.
leopard trying to catch guinea fowls