Interview with Fine Art Photographer, Chris Kayler

As an emotionally driven photographer, do you find it difficult to create when confronted by emotionally arid episodes in your life? Much like emotions themselves, it’s a complex topic. Both emotional droughts and emotional floods come with their own advantages and disadvantages. During the most difficult and trying times of my life, I’ve had to […]

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Stunning Portraits of Animals in Their Natural Habitat

Stefano Unterthiner’s work is about as intimate as you can get to wildlife and other exotic animals. Based on the proximity from which these were taken,  one would think Unterthiner gets this close by using  a remote-controlled camera mount often employed by those shooting dangerous species.  Unterthiner does not use any such gadgets, and he […]

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