“Large Underwater Animals” — Collection of Fine Art Photographs.

Collections of Fine Art Prints of Nature by Amar and Isabelle Guillen.

“Large Underwater Animals” — Collection of Fine Art Photographs.

Collections of Fine Art Prints of Nature by Amar and Isabelle Guillen.

The underwater world is completely fascinating. It is both beautiful and magical. Although very few people have the chance to practice scuba diving, we have had this opportunity and then to become underwater professional photographers.

It is possible to approach the underwater world in several ways in photography. The first is the ambient photography that shows wonderful colorful and infinite landscapes drowned in a deep blue. The second is to show the submarine inhabitants in close-ups: crustaceans, fish, nudibranchs ... The third is to show the large marine animals in the form of wide scenes. This is the solution we have chosen for this collection of art photographs.

Large underwater animals include sea turtles, sharks, manatees, whales. They are often found very close to the surface because the food is more abundant. For example, sea turtles feast on corals, sponges or algae. Whale sharks, manta rays or whales feed on plankton. To photograph these large marine animals, one has merely to descend a few meters under water. The show is intense.

We were fortunate to observe and photograph shoals of whale sharks in the Bay of Tadjourah in Djibouti. In the Red Sea, we often played with dolphins. We were lucky to get close to large sea turtles that ignored us as they grazed seagrass beds on sandy bottoms. Our most beautiful memories are certainly in the Indian Ocean when the great manta rays performed graceful ballets with such elegance and majesty that we often forgot to photograph.

To us, the large underwater animals represent the quiet strength. For example, whale sharks (or whales) seem to move smoothly and quietly. It is by trying to follow them that we realize that the speeds are incredibly fast for animals of such size.

For us also, the large marine animals also represent a form of elegance and beauty whether in speed for dolphins or ballets for manta rays. It is possible to observe large animals for an hour without ever tiring. But diving times are limited because of the human physiology that does not tolerate breathing air beneath the water for long periods. Underwater shows always have ends that arrive too quickly. It is for this reason that we created this collection because we wanted to witness our wonder at such beauties of nature.

We have had the chance to dive into many seas of the globe. We wanted to share our pleasure and our love for these great marine animals that are often hunted unnecessarily. Some, like many species of sea turtles or sharks, are endangered.

The great marine animals correspond perfectly to our artistic approach because we can unleash our imagination freely, thus giving an artistic and contemplative interpretation of the underwater world.

In this collection, we did not want to show a bestiary or draw up an exhaustive list of species of large marine animals. We simply wanted to show their elegance and natural beauty through visual evidence.

All these fine art photographs meet strict specifications for their realization and certification as we explain in this page. Each of these art prints is a guarantee for you to acquire a durable work that you will never tire of.

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Sea turtle
Artwork Name: Sea Turtle I
Sea turtle
Artwork Name: Sea Turtle II
Sea turtle
Artwork Name: Sea Turtle III
Sea turtle
Artwork Name: Sea Turtle IV
School of dolphins
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins I
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins II
School of dolphins
School of dolphins
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins III
School of dolphins
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins IV
School of dolphins
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins V
School of dolphins
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins VI
Artwork Name: School of Dolphins VII
School of dolphins
Manta rays ballet
Artwork Name: Manta Rays Ballet I
Whale shark and his escort
Artwork Name: Whale Shark I
Sail fish sardine run I
Artwork Name: Sail Fish I
Artwork Name: Oceanic Shark I
Oceanic shark and his escort
Sail fish sardine run II
Artwork Name: Sail Fish II

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