As a nature photographer, it is not only important to simply document the environment; but also to create photographic compositions that engage the viewer and convey artistic vision.
Winter photography in Banff National Park is full of interesting photo opportunities. Get a behind the scenes look at shooting in the Canadian Rocky Mountains from world renowned photographer Ian Plant.
Mountain gorillas are elusive, making their homes in the high altitude forested volcanoes of East Africa. In summer 2014, I spent several days photographing mountain gorillas in Rwanda, a beautiful and peaceful country in the heart of gorilla territory. It was an amazing experience I will never forget. The cornerstone of Rwanda’s tourism efforts is
Professional photographer Ian Plant discusses his experience photographing the nature and wildlife of the Namib-Naukluft National Park in the Namib Desert, considered the oldest desert in the world.
The Patagonia region of South America is one of the most stunning places on Earth – and Torres del Paine National Park in Chile is easily one of the most photogenic and easily accessible parts of Patagonia. I go there every year leading a photo tour, and every year this place makes my jaw drop
Polar bears are North America’s apex predator, and one of the most magnificent animals on the planet. And the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska is easily one of the best places in the world to view and photograph these stunning creatures. Every winter, dozens gather here to wait for the sea to freeze. There
I have been incredibly fortunate to have spent several years working with a nearby wildlife rescue facility, documenting the spectacular wild animals that find a home there. One of the most magnificent animals I have ever seen was a male Siberian tiger weighing over 750 pounds that came to the facility from a rescue situation