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Enfants, marchés aux chameaux. Puskar. Inde, Dominique Leroy

Enfants, marchés aux chameaux. Puskar. Inde

Dominique Leroy

Photography - 60 x 90 x 2 cm

$1,332

The course of a horse plate 14, Steve Lewis

The course of a horse plate 14

Steve Lewis

Photography - 40 x 60 x 2 cm

$555

Animalité #01, Malo

Animalité #01

Malo

Photography - 110 x 150 x 10 cm

$20,532

A Strange Encounter, Su Yang

A Strange Encounter

Su Yang

Photography - 50 x 40 x 0.3 cm

$666

Le Lama en Urbex, Sonac

Le Lama en Urbex

Sonac

Photography - 60 x 60 cm

$1,054

Sea Pen Coral - Cnidaria Anthozoa Alcyonaria, Henry Horenstein

Sea Pen Coral - Cnidaria Anthozoa Alcyonaria

Henry Horenstein

Photography - 60.9 x 50.8 cm

$2,719

Goose-in-Love-with-Boy-in-Love-with-Goose ; Rumination Concerning Interspecies and Same-Sex Marriage, Erie Country fair, Hambourg, New York, Les Krims

Goose-in-Love-with-Boy-in-Love-with-Goose ; Rumination Concerning Interspecies and Same-Sex Marriage, Erie Country fair, Hambourg, New York

Les Krims

Photography - 38.7 x 49.8 x 0.5 cm

$1,332

291215 201335 - Série Au bord de nuit, Caroline Leite

291215 201335 - Série Au bord de nuit

Caroline Leite

Photography - 20 x 15 x 1 cm

$766

Transcoder - The Secret about Curves, Chien Hua Huang

Transcoder - The Secret about Curves

Chien Hua Huang

Photography - 40 x 75 x 4 cm

$3,330

Sergei Sviatchenko - Capacity For Conjuring Illusion 8, Sergei Sviatchenko

Sergei Sviatchenko - Capacity For Conjuring Illusion 8

Sergei Sviatchenko

Photography - 36 x 26 cm

$3,330

Horse (Paris, Hôtel de Ville), Ivan Argote

Horse (Paris, Hôtel de Ville)

Ivan Argote

Photography - 62 x 42 cm

$5,882

Kinfolk, Mythos series, Tami Bone

Kinfolk, Mythos series

Tami Bone

Photography - 60 x 60 cm

$1,776

Issei Suda, Ginzan Spa, Contemporary Japanese Photography, Limited Edition, Issei Suda

Issei Suda, Ginzan Spa, Contemporary Japanese Photography, Limited Edition

Issei Suda

Photography - 48.3 x 33 cm

$1,600

Jumping Horse with Reins, County Sligo, Ireland - Silver Gelatin Print, Archival Pigment Prints, Catherine Ursillo

Jumping Horse with Reins, County Sligo, Ireland - Silver Gelatin Print, Archival Pigment Prints

Catherine Ursillo

Photography - 50.8 x 61 cm

$2,200

Foire aux chameaux, Pushkar, Rajasthan, Inde. Novembre 1966, Roland Michaud

Foire aux chameaux, Pushkar, Rajasthan, Inde. Novembre 1966

Roland Michaud

Photography - 60 x 90 x 1 cm

$2,775

Regards croisés, Trinidad, Cuba, Hervé FABRE

Regards croisés, Trinidad, Cuba

Hervé FABRE

Photography - 40 x 60 x 1 cm

$1,110

Viento en Casa, Anaiis Lee

Viento en Casa

Anaiis Lee

Photography - 50 x 70 x 0.3 cm

$1,110

Patrick Gries, Evolution, the Personal Collection, Patrick Gries

Patrick Gries, Evolution, the Personal Collection

Patrick Gries

Photography - 21 x 45 x 5 cm

$499

Lion Before Storm, Nick Brandt

Lion Before Storm

Nick Brandt

Photography - 101.6 x 134.6 x 2.5 cm

$45,000

Animal Photography for Sale

“Art is continually haunted by the animal," wrote Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari in the 70s. Indeed our animal friends make frequent appearances in artists' works, especially photographers.

Animals are a pervasive source of inspiration and can be found everywhere: open spaces, the savannah, in meadows, or even your back garden. Both professional and amateur photographers do their best to capture the diversity of wildlife and many travel the world hoping to come face to face with some of the rarest species.

Wildlife photography has now become an art of its own, made famous by documentaries and magazines such as National Geographic and Terre Sauvage. By using photographic techniques such as aerial or underwater shots, this artistic practice incites us to travel and let our mind wander to breathtaking landscapes or mountain and exceptional lighting.

The genre started to develop well after the invention of photography by Daguerre in 1842. Back then, even taking a simple portrait was a major undertaking. At the end of the 19th century, a photographic safari was often a full-blown expedition, with a team of porters handling the heavy equipment. The long exposure time required to fix the image onto a plate made it very difficult to capture animals as they were elusive and didn't stay put for long, especially in their natural habitats. For this reason, wildlife photography only gained more traction 100 years later when faster shutters speeds made it easier to photograph moving animals. Nonetheless, some of them take Polaroid as well.

Today, technological progress makes it possible for photographers to capture galloping horses and speedy cheetahs from far away. However, photographs still need to arm themselves with patience and the ability to stay discreet if they hope to get the perfect shot of the world's most stunning wildlife.

So how do photographers capture the intensity of wild animals? Wildlife photography is a very demanding discipline and there are several techniques which enable photographer get the widest angle and best framing possible. Camouflaging techniques are used to enable the photographer to get as close as possible to the animal. Similar to snipers, the wildlife photographer uses elements of nature and wears camouflage print to not disturb the animal, win its trust, and be able to get the right shot at the right time. Photographers might also choose to leave a camera hidden and control it remotely. Infrared systems, powerful lenses and automatic flash all help the photographer work from a distance. The preparation is done well in advance and requires a perfect knowledge of the animal's habits in order to obtain impressive images.

Nature is an ideal playground to explore one's artistic style. Many artists travel around the world trying to capture exceptional shots of unique animals. Famous wildlife photographers include Bence Maté, who captures photos of birds such as hawks in flight, as well s Jim Brandenburg and Nick Brandt.

Nature is an ideal playground to explore pictorial style. In fact, many artists have played the game and traveled the world in search of exceptional shots of animals. Find on Artsper the beautiful photos of Sara Hoummady, Henry Ausloos, Brad Wilson and many others... Come and discover our unique selection of landscape photographs, especially of mountains, by great photographers.

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