Nature Captured by Dalida and Andrew Innes
Nature Captured by Dalida and Andrew Innes presents some of our images that we have captured during our travels through Africa. We love all wildlife, in particular big cats and elephants. There is something in the animals that we feel that we are part of them, spending time in their company is beyond anything else in the world and they are remarkably gentle once you start to know them. We hope you enjoy our images as much as we do.
Dalida innes was born in south in France in 1972, in the countryside, passionate about animals since young.
She started to work with them and studied them, after few years, she moved to Australia where she met her husband and made her discovery of photography.
Currently studying wildlife photography.
Andrew Innes was born in 1967 of an artist/writer/musician/actor father, surrounded by two other artists sisters. He has always had the sense of artist in his blood but in different way, in photography. He started his photography on film very young when he used to go travelling with his parents. His passion for photography and wildlife was always there. Currently Andrew is working as a pipe fitter welder.
” Dalida and Andrew display in their portfolio a wonderful collection of nature photography. Especially I appreciate their scenes of wildlife that show interaction between different species and the in-depth background information they provide about animal behaviour explaning their photographs. I am looking forward to see more of their work. “
” Dalida and Andrews are creating these images that firstly struck you as a professional nature photographs, something you would immediately put on a cover of National Geographic cover without thinking but it’s not just that. There is something innovative and even more personal than just good visual aesthetics and composition of these photos. They unique, I can easily say that. They dare capture details in a way that human eye never would. Brilliant work indeed.”
“They have the best skills for taking pictures of Nature Photo. For the development of work, more effectively, and shows the beauty of nature, as well as to shoot, they make an effort. I think skills of nature photography worthy enough for endorsement.”