Wildlife & Landscape Photography by Anette Mossbacher • Fine Art Photography

Anette Mossbacher

Having a deep interest in the natural world, I have dedicated my life’s work to be a photographer. Indeed, I am a wildlife, landscape, and nature photographer. Wildlife and landscapes inspire and excite me. As such, I have had great opportunities to travel to almost every continent on the planet. That gives me the burning passion for capturing unique moments in nature.

Challenges for me are a source of motivation. My background in sports has played a significant role in giving me the drive to do what I do. Undoubtedly, it has given me the ability to keep a positive mindset and stay focused while out in the field.

Getting that one unique photograph takes effort and time. To fully understand the challenges that await a wildlife photographer, you have to be out in nature. You have to know the freezing Arctic or the burning desert. My experiences have taught me the importance of dedication and commitment – also hard work, and most of all – patience. You must become one with nature and wait for the perfect moment. Be still, be quiet, and Mother Earth will reward your patience.

Anette Mossbacher

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https://anettemossbacher.com/

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anette@anettemossbacher.com

Johannesburg & Zurich
South Africa
+41 79 463 0795

Specialties

Animals / Wildlife
Landscape
Nature

Wildlife & Landscape Photography Anette Mossbacher – Fine Art Photography

Anette Mossbacher

Having a deep interest in the natural world, I have dedicated my life’s work to be a photographer. Indeed, I am a wildlife, landscape, and nature photographer. Wildlife and landscapes inspire and excite me. As such, I have had great opportunities to travel to almost every continent on the planet. That gives me the burning passion for capturing unique moments in nature.

Challenges for me are a source of motivation. My background in sports has played a significant role in giving me the drive to do what I do. Undoubtedly, it has given me the ability to keep a positive mindset and stay focused while out in the field.

Getting that one unique photograph takes effort and time. To fully understand the challenges that await a wildlife photographer, you have to be out in nature. You have to know the freezing Arctic or the burning desert. My experiences have taught me the importance of dedication and commitment – also hard work, and most of all – patience. You must become one with nature and wait for the perfect moment. Be still, be quiet, and Mother Earth will reward your patience.

Anette Mossbacher

Website

https://anettemossbacher.com/

Blog and/or Portfolio

https://anettemossbacher.com/blog-news/
https://anettemossbacher.com/latest-work/

Contact

anette@anettemossbacher.com

Johannesburg & Zurich
South Africa
+41794630795

Specialties

Animals / Wildlife
Landscape
Travel

Acacia Tree Stands In Front Of A Red Dune


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This desert landscape photograph fine art print shows the scenery of an Acacia tree standing in front of a massive red dune in a sandstorm. In the distance behind, grow a few trees and shrubs in front of the impressive red dune. Wind from the sea blowing inland has built up speed, which blows the loose desert sand over the scenery. It looks as the passing cloud of dust swallows the trees, bushes, and dune. Of course, there was sunshine all day in the desert. The heat waves emitted by the earth and vegetation are visible through the shimmer in the air. Nevertheless, it also can rain in the Namibian desert. If that happens, the sand’s iron oxide layer will create the most amazing effect of wave patterns on dunes.

Anette Mossbacher
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Wildlife, Landscape, and Nature Photographer

Anette Mossbacher

My name is Anette Mossbacher, and I am a photographer with a deep-seated interest in the natural world.

It has been my life’s work to photograph wildlife species, and majestic landscapes, on virtually every continent of the Earth.
Some of my favorite memories include photographing the orangutan in the verdant rainforests, capturing images of lions and majestic elephants proudly strolling the African savannah, and getting up close and personal with polar bears in the Arctic Sea. I have traveled extensively in pursuit of these unique animal encounters and awe-inspiring natural scenery.

I am a full-time nature photographer, and I’m thrilled to share my photographic work with those that love nature as much as I do. This is especially true of those enthusiasts who have an interest in sharing my experiences – through a range of fine art photography, photo prints and stock photography images.
A vast array of my work is available to you on my website.

My experiences have taught me the importance of commitment, hard work, dedication, ambition, and most importantly – patience.
These skills and attributes are vastly important in my work as a wildlife, landscape and nature photographer. When one becomes a professional wildlife, landscape and nature photographer – harsh conditions and hostile environments are part of the job.

My background in sports plays an influential role in my ability to maintain a positive mindset and stay focused while out in the field. I like to think of challenges as a source of motivation rather than an obstacle.

I undertake a diverse range of projects including commissions and photographic assignments. My clients include individuals, corporations, small businesses, and publications from all over the world.
I offer my work as collectible fine art photography
My photographs are available for immediate download including; stock photos, landscape and wildlife photography prints, as well as art prints for the home and office. I also sell exclusive collectible prints, which are numbered and limited and available to view in my limited-edition collections.

Anette Mossbacher

Website

https://anettemossbacher.com

Blog and/or Portfolio

https://anettemossbacher.com/nature-wildlife/
https://anettemossbacher.photoshelter.com/gallery-list/

Contact

anette@anettemossbacher.com

Johannesburg 2196
South Africa

Specialties

Animals / Wildlife
Landscape
Nature

Rhino

Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer)

Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

Website: www.janke.be
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Freedom to the elephants

A nude woman stands surrounded by elephants. She is carrying a source of light that is proving to be absolutely essential in such dark circumstances. To look at this painting, one could easily say that she is the one who is leading them to freedom. What we wonder about instead is who this woman is, and why is she helping these elephants. We know she is leading them away from something, but what would that threat be? Where are they going? As we wonder about their next move, we are moved by the attention to detail. Available as t-shirts, wall art, or interior home décor products. (Jan Keteleer)

A nude woman stands surrounded by elephants. She is carrying a source of light that is proving to be absolutely essential in such dark circumstances. To look at this painting, one could easily say that she is the one who is leading them to freedom. What we wonder about instead is who this woman is, and why is she helping these elephants. We know she is leading them away from something, but what would that threat be? Where are they going? As we wonder about their next move, we are moved by the attention to detail. Available as t-shirts, wall art, or interior home décor products. (Jan Keteleer)
Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

Website: www.janke.be
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WILDFLOWER EYEGASMS


Shooting Wildflowers

Kevinv-BW-smallSoon wildflower season will be here and thanks to the wet fall the wildflowers in Central Texas are expected to really really nice! I'm looking forward to getting out and trying some new techniques that have been rolling around in my noodle. The one thing about wildflowers is everybody loves to shoot them...the same old way! Selling wildflower photos has gotten harder harder with all the competition out there willing to in some cases give them away for free. In response, I've noticed a few photographers have gotten really creative in the approaches which has inspired me to do the same. I think people are looking for fresh looks at fresh flowers. Really, even HDR has gotten way over used. Recently I was talking with one of my clients who is an art director at one of the national photography magazines and he was telling me he is done using heavily photoshopped and altered landscape photos. As he said, "They just are not real, a pack of photographic lies". A little harsh, but somewhat true. Being creative is good and using manipulative techniques is fine, as long as you do not pass it off as real. Real being if one were to have been with you at the time, they would have seen what you captured in front of the lens themselves.


So, what can you do to stand out? Light is your paint. Use light in creative ways. I play with it all...flashlights, neon lights, strobes, moon light, foil, mirrors, etc. There is no real formula other than pushing the envelope, trying new things and failing a lot in between successes. I'll be leading a couple of wildflower expeditions in March so if your interested in learning some really cool techniques, check it out. The lodging and meals are included and we are staying at the Canyon of the Eagles Resort on Lake Buchanan in Texas, which is very cool in and of itself! Here is a link to SHOOTING TEXAS WILDFLOWERS ( http://www.texasphotoworkshops.com/node/216 )

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