Welcome to WildArk’s ‘One Thousand Words’, in which our favourite wildlife photographers answer questions about themselves with a single image. Wildlife photographers spend hours, months and even years in pursuit of the perfect shot. The unpredictability of nature means they must master the art of patience as well as have a thorough understanding of their subject matter. Study each image carefully to see the passion behind their craft as well as the uniqueness of each photographer’s perspective.
Based in Belgrade, Montana, Miles Glynn travels far and wide to capture scenery, settings, and wildlife which embody the evocative spirit of the natural and rural Rocky Mountain West, in the USA. Once captured, Miles uses his unique blend of treatment and processing to create his distinctive images, that offer a compelling account of the West as it now stands and what once stood.
1. Describe yourself?
2. Where are you from?
3. What got you into photography?
4. Where do you wish you were right now?
5. What inspires you?
6. Favourite subject?
7. What makes the best photographs?
8. What is your weapon of choice?
9. Current mood?
10. What moment in the wild has had the biggest impact on you?
11. What does wild mean to you?
More from WildArk’s ‘One Thousand Words’:
Aussie wildlife photographer Shannon Wild
Aussie underwater photographer Todd Thimios
South African specialist photographic safari guide Gerry van der Walt