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Gorilla exhibit


No. But if it's a picture of a captive animal, I'm going to tell you ...


Black Bear


The camera traps are something we've developed because we're trying to photograph animals that you ...


The Rainy Season, Day 400


The letter that I most often get is: "I'm a photographer, I'm an adventurer, I ...


Rhinoceros


When I have workshops, one of the first things I find out from the students ...


Mr. Jiggs


Surprisingly, probably not as much as people think. I can't put a number on it, ...


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Swamp Crossing, Day 53


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Bacchi in Water Hole


I spend a huge amount of time on a story, but I don't take that ...


Black Bear


When I first became interested in the Geographic, I remember reading that Geographic photographers had ...


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Young Male Orangutan


A lot of times, I have a guide, someone who will keep me out of ...


Forest Elephant


I can talk about jungle photography because I've probably done it more than anyone else, ...


Gorilla exhibit


If you want to photograph apes, first go see them in a zoo, in the ...


Self-Portrait


Photographing elephants is probably the most fun thing you can do as a wildlife photographer. ...


Babenzele Children


I have to be sensitive to the animals I photograph, but even more so with ...


Charger


A tiger's whole gig is to not be seen, so they're not going to willingly ...


About Nick Nichols

Self-Portrait


I've been taking pictures for close to 30 years, starting when I was 18. It ...


Bacchi in Water Hole


The way you take pictures is as much a part of the craft as anything ...


Morning Campfire, Day 26


Here's a guide to some of my favorite photographers, and the roots of the kind ...


Rwanda Mountain Gorillas


I did that book with Gorillas, and Jane Goodall saw that and asked me to ...


Charging Elephant


There's always been a lot of destruction of the environment and endangered species in the ...









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