Keen on wildlife photography? Then you absolutely have to watch this interview with renowned wildlife photographer, David Yarrow as he shares his experiences and philosophy when it comes to capturing such incredible works of art.

 

Keen on wildlife photography? You have to watch this interview with renowned wildlife photographer, David Yarrow. Yarrow is a British fine-art photographer, financier, conservationist and author. He has traveled to some of the world’s most isolated locations to capture unique images of wildlife, indigenous communities, and landscapes.

His approach to photographing wildlife is guided by the great war photographer, Robert Capa’s famous assertion that “if your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”.  When possible, Yarrow takes his photographs of dangerous wildlife using a well-positioned remote-controlled camera, acknowledging that a photographer can achieve perspective by capturing shots that look up at the animal from the ground.

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Image above by David Yarrow

“When conceptualising animal shots, think laterally and strive for an image that sits outside normal boundaries. This may be to achieve perspective by capturing shots that look up at the animal from the ground, but often to get the animal at eye level and pin sharp.”

In this interview by YouPic, David talks about his experiences and shares his philosophy when it comes to taking photographs and turning them into incredible pieces of art.

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Image above by David Yarrow

[Via YouPic & Wikipedia]

 

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