Your favorite wildlife photographers – part 2
We recently asked our fans on Facebook to share with us their most favorite wildlife photographers out there – the response was so overwhelming that we decided to split up the blog posts to feature these awesome artists in all their glory!Thank you to all of our Facebook fans who joined in and sent us their suggestions.
Isak is a specialist wildlife photographic guide from South Africa. His discovery of nature’s special moments at a young age shaped his aspirations of today: to showcase the beauty of his continent’s natural wonders in a creative way. His bird and wildlife images have won multiple awards and been celebrated nationally and internationally in many publications. His preferred genre of fine art bird photography is easily recognisable by their authentic style, simplistic design and technical skill.Isak’s passion for nature is fuelled by the reminiscence of a classic Africa and his aim is to create conservation awareness for his continent’s natural wonders.
Moiz Husein is a wildlife and fashion photographer. Moiz is currently based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from where he travels extensively, working on assignment, on commission and creating stock images.Moiz Husein works primarily as a freelance photographer, working on assignment. He has been commissioned by international NGOs, humanitarian and charitable institutions and has completed commissions for organizations as varied as Read International (UK), WAMA Foundation and the Tanzania Tourist Board.
Paul Joynson Hicks is a professional commission art and commercial photographer based in Dar es Salaam on Tanzania’s east coast. At the very heart and soul of his photography is an exuberant passion for Africa, where he has lived and worked for 14 years. His love of the continent and the sheer vibrancy of African life are reflected in Paul’s three published coffee table books, which celebrate in photographs, the drama of Tanzania, Uganda and the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia.
Michael Lorentz is passionate about wildlife, the wilderness and elephants in particular. He was born in South Africa, and knew from an early age that his true vision and happiness in life would lie in the playgrounds of the African wilderness. His bush career started in 1985 in the Timbavati Game Reserve in South Africa where he trained under the legendary tracker, Jack Matabula.
If you feel that we have left out someone really special please feel free to send us a note or comment on this post and we will be sure to feature your favorites! The followingfew blog posts featuring the next group of photographers will be posted in the next few weeks so keep an eye on our Facebook page and this Blog to see who else has been chosen!
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