February 2016 wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia

In February 2016, we organized a wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia for the first time. We took six photographers for a trip that they will remember for a long time because it was a very emotional workshop, and a lot of them checked an item off of their bucket list.

The purpose of this trip was to photograph three species of mammals which are endemic to this country located west of Africa. We chose Ethiopian wolves, gelada monkeys and mountain nyala. However, we also included stops to photograph birds on the many freshwater lakes. In addition, the photographers were able to observe and photograph more than 40 different animal species.

However, a trip to Ethiopia cannot be solely dedicated to the animal world. It is not only the opportunity to realize many pictures of the extraordinary landscapes, but also an opportunity to create beautiful ethnic photographs. Ethiopians are beautiful, extremely photogenic, and friendly. Nobody has ever refused to be photographed when we stopped to photograph scenes of life. Ethiopia is still a poor country, where agriculture is underdeveloped. The fields are still tilled with wooden harrows pulled by oxen. The yoke of oxen is guided by a farmer, who advances step by step under the blazing sun.

February is the month for harvesting crops. Ears of barley are separated from their stems by having oxen walk over them. These scenes from another time allowed each photographer to measure how lucky they are to live in modern countries where good conditions make work much easier.

The memories of our meetings with people, and the beautiful landscapes that we saw, will be remembered by the participants for a long time. They will remember the emotional experience as one of the most intense that they have had to date.

Thanks to Andrew, Patricia, Catherine, Philip and Henry who were kind enough to give me the photos below.

 

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

Wildlife photography workshop in Ethiopia to photograph the last wolves in Ethiopia

 

 

 

 

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Amar and Isabelle Guillen. Professional Photographers of nature.

We are fascinated and passionate about the beauties of nature. We love to see the landscapes and observe wild animals whether on land or underwater. We have chosen to become professional photographers to share the emotions we feel when we observe nature whether it be on land or underwater. Our goal is to create art with our photographs. We always try to transform the banal into a contemplative and artistic interpretation.

We are wildlife professional photographers, landscape professional photographers and underwater professional photographers. We also strive to document nature with a focus on conservation and education.

We make art prints from our artistic photographs. These art prints are available on our website. We make exhibitions to show all the beauties and the incredible richness of nature that surrounds us.

We also love to share our love for the beauties of nature with other photographers. To communicate our know-how and to exchange our techniques and our points of view, we organize wildlife photography workshops, underwater photography workshops and landscape photography workshops. We gather together people who have the same passion as us for the beautiful photographs taken in nature.

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