Federico Veronesi Interview by 
Tin Man Lee
on how to evoke emotion, B&W, and wildlife in landscape creative techniques, and Federico's new book "One Life"
About Federico veronesi
Federico Veronesi was the Grand Prize recipient of Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International in 2011 (a photography contest with over 30,000 entries from 50 countries). His exciting upcoming new book ONE LIFE is in kickstarter currently. His photos made the cover of both Remembering Lions and Remembering Elephants. Federico has been organizing and guiding photographic safaris in Eastern and Southern Africa both for established professionals and keen amateurs. Backlight or dramatic lighting have been his trademark style. He felt that in the play between light and background, dust, mist, there was the key to convey the personality of each animal, the intensity in their eyes, their deeper emotions. And to connect their emotion to the viewer’s. As the years went by his main photographic style gradually shifted towards black and white. Elephants, his favourite animal since childhood, became one of his primary subjects. It was in Amboseli in early 2010 that he made his other unforgettable encounter with a charismatic creature, one Africa’s last big tuskers, a bull Elephant known as Tim. Federico photographed him and other Elephants extensively in the amazing backdrop of Amboseli. Black and white Elephant images from here are some of his most successful fine-art prints. His limited-edition prints are sought after by collectors worldwide, and are available through various galleries in Europe and USA. His images have been published in books and magazines, including BBC Wildlife and BBC earth’s books. Contributing to conservation of African wildlife through his imagery and work is his priority. He has been supporting different organizations such as African Wildlife Foundation, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Cheetah Conservation Fund, Bushlife Conservancy and the Remembering Wildlife initiative.
About the host
Tin Man Lee is a wildlife photographer, blogger and instructor who has a deep love of wild animals since a young age. He's the past recipient of the Grand Prize of Nature's Best Photography (NBP) Windland Smith Rice International in 2013, among other awards. His photos have been published on the cover of Alaska Magazine, Wild Planet Photo Magazine, and the annual NANPA Expressions. He was an invited judge of Nature's Best Photography Asia and Viewbug. He's been featured in the Smithsonian Earth, NBP, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Nik Softwares, 500px, Peta Pixels, etc. In 2014 he was invited for a solo exhibit of 48 photos for 5 months at HKUST, Hong Kong. He also teaches two popular online photography courses: Dynamic Tension Stacking and Maximum Emotional Impact, and now have hundreds of award-winning photographers all over the world taking his classes. 
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