When shows like Good Morning America and newspapers like The New York Times cite your work, you can rest assured you've really made it -- just as Michael Poliza has in the photographic world. While Michael Poliza was once working in IT, the website My Modern Metropolis quotes him in saying, "I asked myself in my mid thirties what really makes me happy...and after much soul searching I realized that being in nature is really important to me."
A look through Michael Poliza's captures of wild animals in Southern Africa and Antartica it is clearly evident he has a passion for his craft and an undeniable amount of talent and luck. These amazing photographs are truly an inspirational treat for the eyes!
Implications - Michael Poliza didn't want to capture animals from a photographic perspective -- as that had already been done time and time again -- and so he decided to approach wildlife from a more artistic perspective. This consideration demonstrates that companies looking to tackle visual imagery from a refreshing perspective should consider a more artistic approach.
Wondrous Wildlife Captures
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