Houppermans left the corporate world in 2015 to pursue underwater photography and marine conservation full time. She enjoys leading expeditions for other divers and photographers, particularly those involving her beloved sharks. She has been a member of the prestigious Ocean Artists Society since 2016 for her efforts in furthering global marine conservation efforts through photography.
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Playtime In Mom's Bubbles
Capozzola is an international award-winning underwater photographer who specializes in wide angle and over-under images. Her work is an intriguing combination of artistic talent honed through oil painting during her youth and a professional background in biology.
Flames of Pain
Koskinen is a nature photographer specializing in extreme macros and microphotography with emphasis on scientific imagining. Searching for different chemicals and compounds that would crystallize nicely, Henri used acetone to dissolve a few tablets of crushed Paracetamol— which gave way to wonderful colors and endless shapes as crystals formed on the microscope slide.
Sensitive Forest Beings
Kogler lives in Linz, Upper Austria and started taking pictures at the end of 2011. Self-educated, all his images show authentic and non-retouched moments of unaffected nature. The images are made in the field and not generated on computer.
Mather is a fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers. After three weeks on Alaska’s North Slope, Peter was snowmobiling back to camp when he spotted this Arctic fox hiding in the snow. After spending two hours with the fox, Peter was able to get close enough for this shot. Peter is represented by National Geographic Creative and Minden Pictures and was awarded one of the PDN 30 emerging photographers of 2017.
Peek of the Newborn
Contreras has dedicated his photography to conservation and nature in Mexico for over 25 years. A fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, he finds that the best moments in wildlife photography are when the animals accept his presence and continue their daily routines.
70 Years Old
Frost is a photographer and filmmaker based in Richmond, Virginia. Much of his work has been with the National Geographic Society and National Geographic Magazine. He is now working on a story about green anacondas, the largest snake in the world.
World's Rarest Seabird: Amsterdam Albatross
Jouvie’s passion for nature started at a young age. Encouraged by her father, Isabelle began photographing and sharing her work online. After acquiring a Master’s Degree in Geology, she spent 14 months working as an atmospheric chemist in the remote French and Southern Antarctic Lands where she documented the wildlife of Amsterdam Island. Aiming to share both natural beauty and important scientific knowledge, Isabelle plans to become a professional photographer in 2018.