0031 345 246009 [email protected]

Name: Giacomo Redaelli
Picture title: Evening Walk
Category: Yought 10-17 years
Nationality:
 Italy
Occupation: Student

Technical information
Camera: Nikon D500
Lens: Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 g2
EXIF: ISO 280, f6.3, 1/50 sec 
Accessories: Gitzo tripod

HIGHLY COMMENDED CATEGORY YOUGHT 10-17 YEARS
Giacomo Redaelli | Evening Walk

Name: Giacomo Redaelli
Picture title: Evening Walk
Category: Yought 10-17 years
Nationality:
 Italy
Occupation: Student

Technical information
Camera: Nikon D500
Lens: Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 g2
EXIF: ISO 280, f6.3, 1/50 sec 
Accessories: Gitzo tripod

Giacomo says:

I made this picture on a very late evening in Sardinia. I had already passed many sunrises and sunsets, hidden in my pop-up hide, together with a couple of stone curlews I had spotted some days before. I always enjoyed my time watching them.

One evening, while I was filming the male hunting, I spotted the female appearing from the tall grass. I decided to take some photos. However, when I looked into the viewfinder I remained breathless. She was bringing her little one for a walk, and was coming exactly towards me. I had never seen their baby before and, as far as I know, it’s anything but common; this made me feel extremely lucky and happy. The sun was setting and the sky was turning red. I was trying to reach the shutter botton with my fingers, moving in slow motion, in fear of scaring the birds. When I felt the shutter button under my finger pressing, I had a sigh of relief. I finally got my picture.

About Giacomo:

About Giacomo:

Italy

I’m Giacomo Redaelli from Italy. I was born in 2003 and since my childhood, I was attracted by art and nature. Most of the time by watching a film, I discovered the art I was mostly passionate about: photography. At the beginning, I was more interested in photographing new species of birds or mammals and the quality of the photograph was secondary. But with time, I started searching for more, and every single shot became the result of a careful study of the animal I wanted to photograph and of the photographic context.

Wildlife photography isn’t just the perfect way to combine my love for animals with the love for photography, but it is also what makes me live breathless situations, and it’s probably the emotion of the encounter what I like the most about it.

Website: www.giacomoredaelli.com

NATURE PHOTOGRPAHY

ONLINE FESTIVAL

A Nature Talks Event | March 13th & 14th 2021
Share This