THE SCALE BIG PICTURE COLUMN ACCOMPANIES YOU ON A JOURNEY THROUGH VISUAL EXPRESSION. WE FEATURE RENOWNED PHOTOGRAPHERS, BUT AT THE SAME TIME THE WORKS OF UNDERDOGS WHO UNDERSTAND HOW TO CREATE EXPRESSIVE LIGHT PAINTING…

SCALE Big Pictures

The SCALE Big Picture column takes you on a journey of visual language. We feature renowned photographers, but also the works of underdogs who know how to create expressive light painting. Whether it’s spectacular landscape scenarios, nature, wildlife and species conservation documentaries, or fishing practiced in the most beautiful places on this planet – our Big Bicture introduces you great photography, transporting local heritage and folklore , wanderlust, as well as itchy feet and extraordinary natural spectacles conveyed through eye and lens, up close!

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Fishing Redneck Style
Fishing Redneck Style
…Incoomiiing…. This is Rob Hart for SCALE! Rob is a professional photojournalist from Chicago and has little to do with fishing. On the face of it! Yet, since 2011, the father of three children, who was voted Chicago's photographer of the year in 2013, has been documenting the Redneck Fishing Tournament. A cacophony of fish mucus, scales and various degrees…
A Moment Like A Dream
A Moment Like A Dream
Toshiyuki Hirota and Nippon's Salmonids Toshiyuki Hirota can rightfully be called Japan's most gifted underwater photographer when it comes to capturing Nippon's local fish fauna in their habitat! He introduces us to Japan's beautiful salmonids in this Big Picture and we drift through crystal clear underwater worlds with these enchanting creatures. “As the trees in Hokkaido began to change the…
Redfish Diaries
Redfish Diaries
Jeremy Clark In our photo gallery Jeremy takes us to South Carolina, a parade ground for the Redfish. Jeremy Clark grew up in Virginia, fishing lakes and farm ponds for largemouth bass. After leaving his small town and serving in the United States Marine Corps he ended up in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, Charleston to be specific. Redfish reign…
THE SALMON WAY
THE SALMON WAY
Amy Gulick celebrates Alaskans’ salmon way of life Intrigued that there is still a place in the world where the lives of people and wild salmon are linked, writer and photographer Amy Gulick ventured to Alaska to explore the web of relationships that revolve around these remarkable fish. Commercial fishermen took her on as crew; Alaska Native families taught her…
Sean Landsman
Sean Landsman
Zootaxonomic data need not always be rehashed in an incomprehensible and tedious manner: Sean Landmann's aquatic creatures photographed as part of the "Meet your neighbors campaign" (https://www.instagram.com/meetyourneighbours/) show how natural artwork can shape a canvas. Sean Landsman’s biography, reads like the American dream come true in angling. His first experiences came from fishing ponds, small lakes and reservoirs for largemouth…
The Great Wide Open
The Great Wide Open
Jason Chings Bristol Bay. The young scientist Jason Ching combines his love of photography with his profession: as a fisheries biologist he works for the University of Washington and is involved in its project to protect the salmon of Alaska. Born in a suburb of Seattle, raised in a family that worshipped nature and also spent spare time fishing for…
Freshwater reflections
Freshwater reflections
ANNE-CÉCILE MONNIER. As an aquatic biologist, Anne-Cécile has always been fascinated by aquatic ecosystems, which she has studied for more than 10 years in French rivers and elsewhere in the world. "I like to combine snorkelling with my observations to take underwater pictures and discover the richness of these little-known environments, which are often very close to my home," Anne-Cécile…
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