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The Last Supper – David Yarrow
07Mar

The Last Supper – David Yarrow

THE LAST SUPPER Montana, 2018 The seeds of the idea for this staged image were planted in Art Miami in December. Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” is one of the world’s most recognised paintings and the composition has been recreated for art many times – there is no originality in

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Let’s Catch the Last Train Home
07Mar

Let’s Catch the Last Train Home

LET'S CATCH THE LAST TRAIN HOME Montana, 2018 No one is remembered for playing it safe. On the surface, the idea of placing a couple of exceptional women in front of an abandoned train in a ghost town high up in the mountains of Montana, and styling them in a

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A Streetcar Named Desire – David Yarrow
07Mar

A Streetcar Named Desire – David Yarrow

A STREET CAR NAMED DESIRE   Montana, USA 2018 I have wrestled with how I could convey the drama of a wolf encounter for some time. The problem, in my mind, was that I wanted the tension of proximity to be coupled with a palpable sense that the drama was

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The Usual Suspects – David Yarrow
07Mar

The Usual Suspects – David Yarrow

The Usual Suspects Montana, USA 2018 The first time that I set foot in Montana, I knew I was in a very special place. It was not just the majesty of the scenery, it was the characters that lived there. I have long had a visceral attraction to the Wild

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Shackleton – David Yarrow
06Feb

Shackleton – David Yarrow

SHACKLETON The bigger this image is printed, the more powerful it is. On a phone, it looks like an average photograph and in a magazine, it will be a little better. But as a big print it has a real sense of place - it smacks of quintessential rural Japan

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Good Morning Siberia – David Yarrow
06Feb

Good Morning Siberia – David Yarrow

Good Morning Siberia When we released this powerful image on social media, we were asked what sort of lens magnification was used. Many camera enthusiasts thought that given the dangerous subject matter, it must have been a 400m telephoto lens or more, but this sort of distance compression would have

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A View to Kill – David Yarrow
06Feb

A View to Kill – David Yarrow

A View to Kill   This is such a simple picture, but in reality, it was far from simple to capture. For a start, I am shooting out of a caged vehicle in temperatures of minus 30 degrees and the driver’s command of English was non-existent. I had an interpreter

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I Am Pure Alpha – David Yarrow
15Dec

I Am Pure Alpha – David Yarrow

I AM PURE ALPHA 2017 This is my classic style. The camera is below the wolf’s eyes, the background is clean and without tension points and the wolf’s eyes are pin sharp. The beauty is in the uncluttered simplicity of the image. The limited depth of field allows the subject

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Encroachment – David Yarrow
15Dec

Encroachment – David Yarrow

ENCROACHMENT 2017 I probably owe a great deal to the photographer Jim Brandenburg. I have never had the privilege of meeting him, but his iconic picture of half a wolf’s head jutting out from behind a tree is widely ascribed as a key moment in the history of wildlife photography.

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