An Editor’s Perspective: Photography by Kevin Schafer

 

Amazon River Dolphins (Inia geoffrensis) WILD, Mother and baby swimming through flooded forest, Rio Negro, Amazonia, Brazil

Amazon River Dolphins (Inia geoffrensis) WILD, Mother and baby swimming through flooded forest, Rio Negro, Amazonia, Brazil

Images by Kevin Schafer

Story and Gallery Edit By Miriam Stein

Let’s face it – Kevin Schafer has proved himself in the world of nature photography. His patience and dedication allows him to catch the moments in photography that we all dream of. Over the last few years, Kevin has circled the globe for his “Empty Ark” project, the goal of which is to photograph endangered species whose stories have never been told. I find it most important that Kevin is photographing these species, firstly because they are not the iconic polar bears, tigers, etc. Secondly, he is photographing them in their natural habitats and this is important because there may come a day when photographs are all we have left to remember these species.

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About Kevin Schafer:

Kevin Schafer is an award-winning natural history photographer, whose photographs appear in all of the major science and nature publications in the US, including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History and National Wildlife. He also works regularly with conservation organizations such as the Nature Conservancy and the World Wildlife Fund, and is a founding Fellow of the Int’l League of Conservation Photographers.

An Editor’s Perspective: Photography by Kevin Barry

Autumn wildflowers at sunrise

 

Images by Kevin Barry
Story and Gallery Edit By Miriam Stein

I’ve always been drawn to Kevin’s photography for two reasons. His use of light and exposure continuously evolves and I have enjoyed viewing the growth of complexity and intricacies of his imagery. Secondly, I appreciate that Kevin focuses his photography on Florida, his backyard. So often photographers concentrate on the exotic areas, taking expensive photo safaris, while missing the beauty that surrounds them at home.

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