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Exotics animals

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Natural, moving and wild, wildlife photography differs from traditional photography in that the subject is constantly unpredictable and sometimes capricious. Photographers share their vision and emotion in contact with wild animals. The desire to get up close and personal with exotic and ever more impressive animals attracts photographers to get up close and personal with them. Pedro Jarque Krebs, for his part, immortalizes scenes of animal life and then transcribes them in a world comparable to that of fashion photography. He depicts wild animals, lions, flamingos, elephants, tigers out of their natural environment, out of the savannah of Africa or the Middle East, in deep black dishes.

His objective?
Alert on the disappearance of the noblest species on our planet.

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Polar contrast

Capturing the snow’s whiteness (in skies just as white), while emphasising the landscape, the animals, and the flora in a gripping contrast: an art requiring great talent. French photographic artist Nolwenn Hadet excels in this domain. In her photographs, you can admire polar bears in their Nolwenn Hadet habitat, and the photographer regularly leaves France to explore the planet’s icy surfaces like the Arctic.

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All animal photographers have the same goal, showcasing the beauty of the animal world.

These images, coming from faraway lands where Man almost never treads, fascinate us with their singularity, their precision of contrasts, and the play of light.

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Black & White lions

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" I feel less danger capturing the intimacy of wild animals than I do living among men."

The king of the animals, symbol of power and beauty, with his golden mane, impresses us with his force and his physique. His piercing gaze is the focal point of these black and white photos. Although portraits are typically only for people, Laurent Baheux breaks from this convention. His animal photography valorises the black and white in its natural state, next to/near his clan. He thus aims to capture the magnificence of this creature. He catches animals lionesses and tigers and other felines of the savanna – in black and white . Through his lens, animal photography is overflowing with poetry. He captures (like no other photographer) the gaze of these ferocious animals, who are also full of tenderness. He injects tenderness and humanity into the ferocious gaze of the king of the animals.

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Animal Protection

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Laurent Baheux and Pedro Jarque Krebs are two photographers committed for the protection of animal . Laurent Baheux has become a UNEP ambassador for the fight against poaching and for some years now he has been defending many organisations for environmental protection and animal .

Pedro Jarque Krebs has created a centre for animals in order to rehabilitate, help and care for them. He photographs all kinds of wild animals to draw the viewer's attention to the various threats.

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