In this two-photographer Nikon Ambassador post we profile some of their highlights from 2014 and their challenges for 2015. During the course of her career, photographer and filmmaker Ami Vitale has traveled to more than 89 countries. This year I hosted a National Geographic wildlife expedition around the world, and I also traveled to 18 countries for a variety of assignments focusing on the most pressing issues of our time. Ironically, despite all this travel, I do not feel that photography is about jetting off to exotic places.
Kamara has raised 10 baby rhinos, four cheetahs, three giraffes, three warthogs, two wild buffaloes, one lion and a serval cat in the 10 years he has spent at Conservancy. This photograph is just one story among many that shows the incredible effort of Kenyans who work so hard to protect the wildlife here.
I hope to use my camera not just as an extension of my eye, but also as an extension of my heart. Los Angeles-based Vincent Versace is an award-winning photographer whose imagery reveals, and transcends, the instants of our time. If you approach photography as being the journey to a destination, and leave yourself open to being taken, then the most amazing images will find you. This year will see an evolution of projects initiated years ago, including one close to my heart.
Thomas Jefferson has been credited with saying “The pen is mightier than the sword.” Well, that may very well be true, but Jefferson did not have a camera. And finally, in 2015 I’d love to say that I’ve completed the build-out of my natural light studio.
Ami Vitale's journey as a photographer and filmmaker has taken her to more than 89 countries. Vitale has been the subject of the ten-part television series for the National Geographic Channel and a documentary series, "Over the Islands of Africa." She is a founding member of Ripple Effect Images, a collective of scientists, writers, photographers and filmmakers who share a mission to create powerful stories that illustrate very specific issues faced by women in developing countries. Based in Montana, Vitale continues to make films and stories of the planet's most important issues, and frequently gives lectures and workshops throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. Vincent Versace is an internationally recognized pioneer in the art and science of digital photography.
Vincent’s work has been highlighted in American Photo, Popular Photography, The New York Times, Shutterbug, Outdoor Photographer, Pro Digital Imaging, PDN, What Digital Camera, Petersen’s Photographic, PC Camera, Studio Photography & Design, Professional Photographer, Digital Imaging and many more.
Image Chaser is a NikonUSA website dedicated to bringing you the most exciting, inspirational stories from behind the lens. When an image is Spotlighted, it receives enhanced visibility in premium spots throughout the site. Payments are processed by PayPal and you will be automatically forwarded to PayPal to complete your transaction. While Vitale seeks to personally stop, experience and share moments of time through her touching photographs of world cultures, Versace has as ambition to create photographs that transcend time. Each has selected a favorite photograph: Vitale captures an instant in time through shared smiles. She recently completed an extensive expedition through National Geographic, where she visited destinations such as Madagascar, South Africa, China, Rwanda, Maldives, Borneo and Nepal over the course of 24 days. I witnessed extraordinary moments, including seeing some of the most endangered animals on the planet and meeting legendary people like Sylvie Earle, Jane Goodall and others who inspire creativity and motivate us to action.


The magic really begins when you stay in a place and give yourself enough time to gain insight and understanding.
It reveals a rhino keeper named Kamara tending to one of the three baby rhinos he has raised by hand at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya.
He is part of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which was established to protect the last of Kenya’s black rhinos-whose population has plummeted to near extinction.
Only by earning the trust of the communities we visited could I gain access to such unique moments. Technology keeps changing and rather than fear it, I embrace what comes and struggle through each new learning process.
Among his many affections, he keeps an enduring love affair with black and white imagery that poignantly profiles nations and places at historically significant intersections of time. It offers an instant where all elements conspire and create a tableau that harks back to the 1940s or 1950s.
My favorite is the photograph that took me last, which, at the time of this writing, is an image of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. I was taken by this image while on my way back from getting gas for my 50 year old motorcycle. One of the great advantages of the motorcycle is that pulling off the road is a lot easier.
As an artist, certain things or people or places can trigger a personal journey that may, ultimately, take us down a new path in life. Not only will the studio provide an expanded home for my professional and personal photography projects, but it will allow me to produce more tutorials and do limited attendance (three person) master workshops. Her photographs have been commissioned by nearly every important international publication and have been exhibited around the world in museums and galleries. She is also a member of the executive advisory committee of the Alexia Foundation photojournalism advisory board.
His passion for natural light photography is manifest not only in his work but also through his role as a creative and technical leader, contributing to innovative breakthroughs across the entire digital image value chain.
Her Cultural Documentation and her Humanitarian Views with Empathy bring a Great New Dimension to her Extraordinary and Aesthetically Communicative Paintings With Light… Prof. Spotlighted images are rotated through these higher-visibility positions to ensure the best opportunity for the images to be seen by JPG users.
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It’s surprising to think that most people on the planet never have the opportunity to view the wildlife that exists literally in their own backyard. It can empower the people whose stories we reveal, and it can empower us as individuals too. You find yourself in a temporal apogee where time, whilst still in motion, is not moving in any one direction. This is a digital infrared photograph created using a Nikon D800 that has been modified to shoot infrared.
It is the journey I take, and the photographs that take me along the way that become the destination.


What is compelling to me about digital infrared photography is that it requires a heightened awareness of what is going on around you. For me it was a conversation with someone in Burma whilst on assignment for a magazine feature. At the end of 2014 we wrapped finishing touches-such as the 8’ x 12’ shooting wall and the 22’ x 37’ shooting deck. She is a Nikon Ambassador, she has judged the most prestigious photo contests and is a contract photographer with National Geographic magazine. We will send an email to your registered email address once we have received a successful transaction from PayPal and updated you credits.Select a Shoot Out contest credit package below. Even when I’m traveling I dedicate moments to simply soak in and experience, rather than trying to see it all.
He spends 12 hours every day, sometimes in pouring rain, watching over the vulnerable baby rhinos.
Versus previous times I have been there to shoot, I could feel that “something was up.” This was the first instance when my passport was actually stamped with a Cuban entrance and exit stamp, instead of merely a sheet of paper. Your view, as perceived between the trees, passes by a bit more slowly and is less obscured. In Burma, in order to obtain permission to photograph an important leader of that nation, I had to promise her that I would do “right” by the people of Burma when using any of the photographs created there. This photograph is meaningful to me not just for the joy on his face, but because I can help reveal an important story behind the image. I’ll be working on two stories for National Geographic magazine in China on the release of captive born pandas into the wild and the aftermath of a 30 year war in Sri Lanka, in addition to my personal work on protecting wildlife in Africa. I look forward to going back again next year to see where the journey of the President’s announcement takes the country. Kamara has raised 10 baby rhinos, four cheetahs, three giraffes, three warthogs, two wild buffaloes, one lion and a serval cat in the 10 years he has spent at the Conservancy.
Nikon SB800 and SB900 Speedlights, Calumet Flash Triggers, a microphone, brushes, spare CF cards, batteries, carabiner for clipping the bag to anything solid, mains adaptors, passport, boiled sweets and iPhone fill the bag. Send me a hi resolution image of the bag (please make sure it is horizontal) and its contents, with some details about yourself and what you shoot.
Oh and don’t forget your contact details (twitter, flickr, tumbler et al). Send the bag shots here. When I eventually achieved that nirvana I discovered that I couldn’t easily carry it without damaging my back! The subsequent years have been spent slimming down the kit by firstly getting a smaller bag. If I’m away for more than a day or so I have also got to pack my MacBook Pro and all the leads and other bits of crap that mean the difference between working and having an embarrassingly expensive paperweight.Ani, in answer to your point, having all this kit is not as great as it sounds! I guess the only other person who really loves these is my repair man who has a whole bunch to wave his magic fingers over.



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