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Get a wildlife print from one of the biggest names in photography

The Prints for Nature sale features some of the world’s finest photographers working to protect people, wildlife and the environment
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Prints for Nature (opens in new tab) is a new fine art print sale offering photography lovers and collectors the chance to own work from more than 85 renowned fine art and nature photographers, who have all donated prints to raise funding to protect the natural world.

National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale was the project's founder: "Nature has sent us a strong message and reminded us of just how small and deeply interconnected our world is. It is a powerful moment to reimagine our relationship to nature and to one other"

100 per cent of the print proceeds will go directly to support Conservation International (opens in new tab), an organisation that works to spotlight and secure the critical benefits that nature provides to humanity. 

Since its inception, Conservation International has helped to protect more than 6 million square kilometres (2.3 million square miles) of land and sea across more than 70 countries. Contributions support its science, policy work and partnerships as they seek to solve the climate crisis and create a cleaner, healthier planet.

(Image credit: Prints For Nature Jody MacDonald)
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(Image credit: Prints For Nature Michaela Skovranova)
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(Image credit: Prints For Nature Michaela Skovranova)
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What photographers are sharing prints?

The print collection includes images from a variety of artists, like Joel Sartore and his Photo Ark collection, Academy award-winning 'Free Solo' director Jimmy Chin and Emmy award-winning Beverly Joubert. 

There are dozens of National Geographic photographers involved, and many others who regularly exhibit their work in galleries around the world, including Marina Cano, Babak Tafreshi, Graeme Green, Gurcharan Roopra, Shaaz Jung, Florian Ledoux and Mwangi Kirubi.

The prints range across species, from polar bears to elephants, penguins to giraffes, as well as beautiful natural landscapes.

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(Image credit: Prints For Nature Ami Vitale)
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(Image credit: Prints For Nature Florian Ledoux)
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Where to buy the prints

The fine art prints are discounted to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy the inspiring work of these artists. They will be expertly crafted by the studio of Paper & Ink with Canon’s Lucia Pro archival pigment ink on Canson Infinity Edition Etching Rag 100% cotton archival rag paper. Images will be printed at 11x16 inches and they will sell for $250. The price will increase by 10% for all prints purchased after Black Friday.

To see all the images and to buy your prints, visit www.printsfornature.com (opens in new tab).

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Lauren is the Managing Editor of Digital Camera World, having previously served as Editor of Digital Photographer (opens in new tab) magazine, a practical-focused publication that inspires hobbyists and seasoned pros alike to take truly phenomenal shots and get the best results from their kit. 


An experienced photography journalist who has been covering the industry for over eight years, she has also served as technique editor for both PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine (opens in new tab)PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine and DCW's sister publication, Digital Camera Magazine (opens in new tab)


In addition to techniques and tutorials that enable you to achieve great results from your cameras, lenses, tripods and other photography equipment, Lauren can regularly be found interviewing some of the biggest names in the industry, sharing tips and guides on subjects like landscape and wildlife photography, and raising awareness for subjects such as mental health and women in photography.