Honorable Mention BIFA 2020 Nature / Wildlife
Wildlife photography requires a lot of patience, but sometimes you get lucky by being in the right place at the right time. I had originally followed this red fox vixen (a female fox) through the woods, keeping my distance with a long lens. However, when I saw the opportunity to capture the scene of the fox hunting along the shoreline of Jackson Lake and to frame the Tetons behind her, I reached for a wider lens (adding a filter to combat the harsh afternoon light). Luckily for me, my patience paid off as this fox vixen cautiously walk right into the frame as I had hoped she would.
“Being able to share so many wonderful wildlife moments with clients and friends alike is something I cherish. I live and breathe wildlife photography. The experiences I am fortunate enough to be part of continue to call me to help fellow animal lovers to discover what's out there: the joy and awe of wildlife living wild and free in their natural habitat." - Sean Sharp
Sean is an award-winning wildlife photographer in pursuit to help photographers, and animal-lovers alike, to grow their own portfolio and to safely experience the beauty of wildlife around the globe.