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LAURENT BAHEUX

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Laurent Baheux was attracted to journalism and editing at first, rapidly discovering a passion for wildlife photography. He has always been fascinated by Africa. From 2002, during a visit to Tanzania, he began personal work on the wild fauna. From then on, he chose black and white, with its play of shadows, to immortalise rare and ephemeral natural scenes, constantly seeking to sublimate the animals, to capture the magnificence of their attitudes and the emotion of their gaze. His artistic career in black and white reached a turning point when he was nominated for the international Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2007 in the ?Creative Vision of Nature? category. Through a stylised aesthetic approach that stands out from traditional photography, Laurent Baheux magnifies the nature and wildlife he encounters, whether it be tigers, lions, giraffes, elephants, or migrating birds.  ... See more See less

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

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Instinct and fieldwork are the two precepts of photographer Laurent Baheux, whose photographs insist on the personality and humanity of animals. He claims to be an ?animal portraitist? and sets himself the exclusive mission of capturing the beauty of an endangered world. Profoundly inspired by the work of American artist Peter Beard, he affirms: ?I feel safer photographing wild animals than I do living among men.? Sensitive to the beauty of African fauna and admirative of its power, the photographer heightens his subjects through a play of light and shade. Shot in 2018 on the Tanzanian plain, the simple and minimalist composition of the leopard on its branch immediately drew the photographer?s eye, who saw in it something of an ideal illustration of animal beauty in its natural environment. For him, animals always express their quintessence, free and wild, in their native habitat.

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10 August 2018

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