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Dan Havlik Posted: Aug 14, 2014 0 comments

Michael Muller loves photographing sharks, especially without being encumbered by things like protective cages or restrictive safety gear. While it may seem dangerous to you and I, to him, it’s a big rush.

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Rosalind Smith Posted: Sep 01, 2009 8 comments

Bouncing along in a jeep or seated high upon an elephant’s back, John Isaac is ever alert to his surroundings. “Though I am particularly looking for a tiger, everything in nature is important,”he says, “even an uninhabited, beautiful landscape.”

Today, Isaac is excited. He has spotted a spectacular, endangered black buck...

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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Jul 01, 2009 8 comments

Ladies and gentlemen, I am proud to present to you the noted nature and wildlife photographer Kevin Schafer, a man who may well serve as a role model for the pack rats among us; a man who faced his demons and trashed them.

Here we salute Kevin not for his outstanding photography—he is a recipient of the North American Nature Photography Association’s Outstanding Nature...

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Jack Neubart Posted: Aug 01, 2008 4 comments

Every year, New York City's American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) comes to life with a teeming array of mesmerizing and vibrantly colorful butterflies (and some moths) from around the world. The Butterfly Conservatory houses numerous specimens reflecting the rich diversity of insects known collectively as Lepidoptera. In fact, this collection even includes the...

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Rick Sammon Posted: Mar 01, 2006 3 comments

"An adventure is misery and discomfort, relived in the safety of reminiscence." --Marco Polo

With the wind chill factor it's 35ÞF below zero. I've only been standing on the small, snow-covered deck of a Frontiers North Adventures Tundra Buggy (a vehicle specially designed for polar exploration) for about 5 minutes, and already my...

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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Jul 01, 2004 1 comments

It's a safe bet that Daryl Hawk won't be looking for an assistant any time soon. When he leaves family, friends, and the commercial, portrait, and advertising photography business he runs out of his Connecticut studio in order to pursue images...

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Steve Anchell Posted: Jul 01, 2004 1 comments

It's four in the morning. The late winter sky is spilling over with stars and the moon has completed her journey over the horizon. I'm wearing a T-shirt, heavyweight long-sleeve western shirt, sweater, and my favorite cotton duck jacket from...

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Don Mammoser Posted: May 01, 2004 3 comments

Wildlife model shoots are simply a wonderful, easy way to get great photos of some very elusive animals. I have a Zoology degree. I have worked as a ranger for the US Fish & Wildlife Service. I have studied endangered species, spending countless hours...

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Rick Sammon Posted: Mar 01, 2001 1 comments

Imagine this: You show up for a wildlife photography shoot in Africa. An expert guide with a Land Rover outfitted especially for photography meets you. Camera mounts are set securely in place on the doors of the vehicle. Several padded...

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Rick Sammon Posted: Mar 01, 2000 1 comments

Just a few years ago, serious wildlife photographers would not be caught dead without a set of telephoto lenses, camera supports, a selection of medium speed and fast films, polarizing and warming filters, flash with a flash extender, and perhaps a...

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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Oct 01, 1999 1 comments

"I used to consider myself a surgeon, a medical inventor, and a photographer, in that order," Dr. Elliot Kornberg says. "Now I consider myself an inventor, a photographer, and a surgeon. Ultimately I want to be a photographer-inventor-surgeon."...

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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Oct 01, 1999 1 comments

They recognize him, the eagles.
Not all of them, of course, but enough of them so that he can get close...and
closer still. "I learned that eagles can recognize a face for
over 20 years," John Pezzenti,J...

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Peter K. Burian Posted: Sep 01, 1999 1 comments

It's a long way from
an elementary school in New York City to the pristine bird habitats
of south Florida. Though less than a thousand miles as the crow flies,
the two locations are worlds apart when consideredfig...

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