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USE OF NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
This type of photography is the capturing of beautiful and extraordinary images that can be found in the
wildlife. It mainly consists of Plants, Insects and sometimes even includes the wildlife, depending on the
There are a couple different types of photography used when capturing images of nature. Some of those
• LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY- This is mainly used when trying to pinpoint the natural beauty that is
in that certain location.
• WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY- This is when the photographer focus’ primarily on animals that life out in
the wild. They tend to spend hours-on-end in the wildness aiming for the most incredible shots.
• UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY- This is used to expose the raw beauty that lives just beneath us,
almost just out of our line of sight. Working with this type is challenging as you’re out of you’re comfort
zone. It’s hard to capture a breathtaking photo is you don’t go underwater and see it first hand.
• SEASCAPE – When the photography focus’ on the seafront. All their images revolve around what can be
found on a beach normally.
• CLOUDSCAPE – Photo’s are taken of clouds. These are more than likely taken in black and white as it
give the images a more appealing and standout-ish affect.
The main focus of a Naturalistic photographer is to capture beautiful images of nature itself. It is most
common to photograph wild animals, plants and flowers in their natural environment. Other forms of this
photography include celestial bodies –Meaning the Sun, Moon and Stars; Insects and arachnids; and
IN NATURALISTIC IMAGING.
• JIM BRANDENBURG – He’s travelled the world photography anything that caught his attention, but he
main achievement was working for the ‘National Geographic Magazine’ for over 30years. He’s also
managed to get his work published in several national and international publications, including ‘The New
York Times,’ ‘Life,’ ‘Time,’ ‘Audubon,’ ‘Smithsonian,’ ‘Natural History,’ ‘Geo,’ ‘Modern Maturity,’ ‘ BBC
Wildlife,’ ‘Outdoor photographer,’ ‘National Wildlife,’ and ‘Outside.’
• MICHEAL NICK NICHOLAS – An award-winning photographer, who has travelled all over the globe
with his work. He was a staff photographer for the ‘National Geographic’ magazine in 1996 and was then
announced editor-at large in January 2008. In 1982 – 1995 he was apart of the ‘magnum photos’ a
company founded by Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa.
• ANDY ROUSE – He is most well known for his ability to capture images from different view points and
for his trade-mark stance. His work had been published within 15 of his own books –covering all forms
of nature like, species, ecosystems and photographic technique. He won 9 awards over the last 7 years for
BBC wildlife Photographer of the year competition and the Gerald Durrell award fro Endangered
Species. He is the current holder of the Cherry Kearton award for wildlife photgraphy from the Royal
Aurora Borealis Moose Lake II
Jim Brandenburg’s work has a mixture of edited photographs and natural
ones. The photograph, ‘Pond Reflection’ in our opinion is edited. The
colouring of both the pond and the reflections with in it all seem to have been
enhanced. The colouring is more prominent that it would be in real life, giving
it that edited look. He’s main focus In the image Is the long grass and he’s
managed to blur out the background slightly, that alone give the grass a more
realistic look to it, the detail is more noticable.
The editing of the image works well because it give the image character along
with vibrant colours that easily draw attention to the piece.
MICHAEL NICK NICHOLAS
Eye To Eye
The Short Happy Life
of A Serengeti Lion
King Of The Hill