Globetrotting photographer captures perfect wildlife action shots Tauheed Ahmad May 18, 2016 Animals 2115 Award winning Hungarian photographer Bence Mate’s nick name is “the invisible wildlife photographer” captures breathtaking images of wildlife photographs of dancing parrots, weightlifting ants and a toucan looking for a fight incredibly up close and personal. He has caught in startling close-up detail; these eye-catching photographs give an uncommon perspective on the animal world. He offers an explanation as to just how he manages to capture such cherished photographs, as he spend days, weeks or even months quietly tucked away in a hide that he himself has carefully designed and built. These often utilize one-way glass, which is what enables him to get so close to his oblivious subjects. He says; when I was walking in the wild with a pair of binoculars around our necks, we often witness magnificent moments in Mother Nature. However; at such moments, factors such as distance, light, background, environment and the miracle of surprise, infrequently allow us to pass on our visual experience to others. Therefore; I’ve to strive to forecast when such breathtaking moments occurs and capture them in photographs. You know, a great planning and patience are usually required to execute natural photograph along with dose of good luck.Source: Dailymail A Black-winged stilt captured in mid-stride, in the Hungarian countryside A caterpillar goes about its daily business near Lake Bajkal, in Russia A close-up snapshot of an Eastern White Pelican, taken on the Danube Delta of eastern Romania A Dalmatian pelican shows the amazing size of its bill and pouch in the Danube Delta, Romania A female leaf cutter ant carries a fragment of foliage – and an infant ant – in Costa Rica A grey heron wades in to pluck out a fish with its long beak in Pusztaszer, Hungary A Keel-billed toucan (right) and a Montezuma oropendola in the middle of an aggressive encounter, in Costa Rica A Keel-billed toucan takes a bite out of a Brown-hooded parrot at Laguna del Lagarto in Costa Rica A male European roller bird (left) attempts to impress a potential mate with his food-catching skills, Hungary A Splendid leaf frog (an aptly named creature) caught in close-up at Santa Rita, in Costa Rica A startling image of grey herons, caught at incredibly close range, by Hungarian photographer Bence Mate In this image, Mate’s camera picks out a Eurasian bullfinch, pausing for a drink in Pusztaszer, Hungary Mate has earned a reputation for being able to capture pictures of animals at very close range Such is Mate’s skill that he is able to capture underwater images of pelicans searching for fish – at Lake Kirkini, in Greece This image sees Mate train his lens on the sunset over the River Prypiat, in the wilds of Belarus Three Brown-hooded parrots shake off the rain at Laguna del Lagarto, in the Santa Rita area of Costa Rica Two grey herons spreads their wings above Lake Csaj in Kiskunsagi National Park, Hungary Two long-eared owls perch on a wooden cross during a moonlit night in Puszatszer, Hungary Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsA hummingbird confronting a pit viper has gained him an enormous amount of attention.Superlative Photos of Wild Foxes in Russia’s Snowy LandscapeThe Strange Poodle MothWinners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013The Most Beautiful Fox in the WorldMagnificent Captures of Bears Family in Snowy Surroundings. The Animals Bridges Across The WorldIncredible Photographs Show the Bond between a Man and his Animals“The Real Lion King” Inspirations reveals Stunning photographs of ferocious big cats in their natural habitatGreat Monsters of the Deep SeaThe Biggest Huntsman Spider Found in Queenstown AustraliaThe Smiling Gecko Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.