"A great wildlife photo is technically perfect, innovative, and unrepeatable. It is a genuine reflection of what took place, and the subjects must be able to move around as they wish. Whilst Photoshop can be used to enhance an image, the sole goal of post-production should be to reflect reality in the most accurate way possible."
Bence Máté is one of the World's most well known wildlife photographer. He pioneered the one-way glass photography technique now popular among hide-based nature photographers around the world. In 2010, his image ‘Marvel of Ants’ won the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year grand title, making him the only contestant to date to win the grand title prizes in both the young and adult categories of the competetion. He is the first participant who leeds all the ranking list if the BBC competitipn at the same time. Since 2008 he has been designing exclusive wildlife photography hides around the world.
Style of Photography/Videography
| Nature | Architecture | Wildlife | Sport | People | Fashion | Travel | Macro | Documentary | Commercial |