To go and take photographs with a certain theme/vision in mind.
David Yarrow is one of the world’s most renowned Fine-Art Wildlife photographers. He shoots in a distinctive, b&w, high contrast style, giving his subject a unique look.
His work has most influenced my photography. I try to emulate his style, endeavouring to set a new vision for wildlife photography.
Animals possess a myriad variety of patterns and textures on their bodies. These are unlike landscapes, with their own mounts and troughs. They fold and blend into one another like the swirling spools of a Van Gogh sky, representing the best of nature’s artistry.
It is these curves and crevices that I capture through my photography. I zoom in tight, focused on the contours, hoping to elicit the curiosity of the viewer.
This project is further subcategorised according to the animal in question.
Animals in their Habitat
Nowadays, wildlife photography has become very generic. Many photographers use large telephoto lenses, with which they separate the animal from its surroundings.
I strive to do the opposite. I try to photograph the animal with its habitat, to provide the viewer with some context.
As a street photographer, I want to photograph people as they go about their daily professions. There is a silent diligence about people when they are working, and I strive to capture that in my images.
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