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Follow Michel D’Oultremont On The Trail Of Wild Bison

As you all know now, we, at iLHP, love wildlife photography and try to share with you interviews with great photographers in that field. You probably remember that we interviewed this fantastic young photographer (here), Michel D’Oultremont who had just won the Rising Star Award of the BBC Wildlife and the  Fritz Polking Nachwuchspreis. Michel is coming back, but this time, with a truly beautiful and meaningful video. Please see below the press release and the video. Enjoy!

“During the shoot luck wasn’t really on our side as the animals were very discreet. That’s also what makes wildlife photography so special; nothing is ever guaranteed. The final film is incredible and I think that phrase ‘the wait’ perfectly encompasses the tough conditions we were in.”

Photographer, Michel D’Oultremont

‘THE WAIT’ – FROM A LONDON GALLERY TO THE BIG SCREEN

FILMMAKERS FOLLOW YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY TALENT ON THE TRAIL OF WILD BISON

In 2014, at just 22 years of age, the Belgian wildlife photographer Michel D’Oultremont made his name on the international scene by winning the ‘Rising Star’ award at the National History Museum’s annual ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ exhibition.

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Elena Shumilova Videos and Compelling Tutorials

You probably already know Elena Shumilova, this devoted mom taking fairy-tale pictures of her sons in their farm in Russia. We had written an article about her on iLHP to make you discover Elena’s wonderful work and her equipement.

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Elena’s youngest son, Petr, just 1 month old!

Elena reached out to us to share with iLHP some secrets of hers. For the very first time she let journalists and cameras enter her world and show everyone her environment.

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4K Video Photography, the Latest Stake into the Hearts of Traditionalists

Remember the digital vs film debate, no more than 10 years old? Some still insists on film being alive. Well it’s not. It’s dead, it’s just not extinct yet. But just as even the most diehard of traditionalists and the “righteous” have finally gotten over inserting memory cards rather than rolls of acetate into their rectangular boxes, another wave of innovation and, god forbid change, is swelling just over the horizon. It’s going to solve the ultimate Achilles’ heel of the still photography format. It’s going to put some people out of business. And it’s going to put off a lot of people.

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Nothing to see here, another pretty lady on the cover of a photography magazine, right? Wrong. The cover image is not shot by a still photography camera. It is a single frame pulled from a 4k video, clean enough to grace the cover of a magazine. Image from http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/latest/photo-news/could-4k-video-replace-traditional-photography-ap-shoots-its-first-ever-cover-image-on-4k-video-33704

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Aspect Ratios – Legacy or Aesthetics? (Part 2: The Hollywood Influence)

Last time in Part 1, we took the deep dive into the world of aspect ratios. We asked why most photographs are 3×2 rectangles. We understood what the Greeks had to do with it all. Finally, we questioned why does it have to be this way. It was all very abstract and cerebral. But this time, it will be short and sweet. It will be a video actually.

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