The work of photographer Luciano Candisani shows  the world’s vast wilderness areas throught images that seek to reveal the  link between species – including humans – with the environment. The interruption of this link by the habitats’ destruction is one of the main threats for the biodiversity and indigenous cultures conservation.

His story for the National Geographic magazine, “The Comeback Croc” (July 2013 issue), is an good example of his creative motivation and style. It presents a fresh visual interpretation on the life of  Pantanal Caiman, a species that strongly depend on the dynamics of the water in the world’s biggest wetland . One of the pictures on this feature has awarded him first place in one of the categories of the prestigious 2012 Wildlife Photographer of the year. And the coverage was extensivelly published by magazines and newspapers all arround the world.



All photographs in this website are available as “Fineart” prints. They are printed with mineral pigments on Photo Rag 308 gsm matte paper, manufactured by traditional Hahnemuehle with cotton fibers, neutral PH, high resistance to moisture and smooth finish. If stored according to museological standards, the longevity of the prints is more than 100 years. The prints are available in limited editions, in sizes 40 x 60 cm, 50x75cm, other sizes can be studied.

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Luciano Candisani archive contains all the images displayed on this website and more 60 thousand catalogued photos, all available for licensing. Collection search requests will be promptly answered. Contact us by email