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Three Giraffes

Caroline Gibello

This image was shot in the Western Serengeti in 2014. After following a wildebeest migration, Caroline came across a group of ten giraffes feeding on acacias, which were dispersed singularly across the plain. Caroline captured the beauty of watching the herd glide across the horizon from one tree to the next.

Giraffe I

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FINE ART LUMIPRINT
What is the difference? A collector's piece
Professionally printed using Lambda/Lightjet printers
Archival paper -acid free, museum grade & high endurance
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Commercial batch printing
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Printing method Digital C type prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Lithographic on 250gsm silk paper
Editions A0 25
A1 50
A2 75
A3 100
A1 500
Details Print will have a 1" white border around image
Framed print will be full bleed, therefore borderless
Issued with a Certificate of Authenticity that numbers the edition and verifies its provenance
No logo or photographers name on print
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A guide to delivery A0 £20 UK, £25 Europe, £32 Worldwide
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A bit more on: Caroline Gibello

The African wilderness holds a magical quality for Caroline and she will happily immerse herself there for hours. Growing up in Cape Town and now residing in a small South African village, Caroline feels a great affinity with the animals and landscapes that she captures. Her photography has taken her around the world, but when at home, she loves walking, swimming in the local rivers, and making pancakes with her daughter.

Preferred Style

Clean, uncluttered, white, ethereal

Preferred Camera

Canon 5D Mark II – two camera bodies, a range of lenses

Where do you live? What do you love about it?

In a small village in the South African countryside called Greyton. Reasons why I love it? The Mountain. Rivers. Waterfalls. The simple life. Living outside of conformist society and the bright city lights. Living in a small conscious community.

 

Describe your design process?

Over exposed, de-saturated images that I flood with light to eradicate background clutter and noise. Simple, clean, soft lines in muted tones. I like to think that my imagery, although wildlife, is not ‘traditional’ wildlife imagery and that a more ethereal, mystical and emotive sense is evoked.

 

How did your photographic career begin?

At the age of 21 I set off for the Himalayas and bought a little Canon SLR as a trusty travelling companion. The majesty of the mountains and the beauty and humility of the Nepalese people completely bewitched me and a passion was born!

 

Who are your artistic heroes?

My artistic hero is Mother Nature. But in my photographic formative years I revered the work of Henri Cartier Bresson, David Alan Harvey, Steve McCurry, Eric Valli, Annie Leibowitz, Sally Mann, Sebastio Salgado, Mirella Ricciardi, Sam Haskins, Sarah Moon and Marc Riboud. And Modigliani is my all-time favourite painter.


Favourite part of your job?

Being on the road…wide open skies and spaces, the freedom associated with being in the bush or in a completely foreign country immersing myself in the magic and mystery of foreign cultures, peoples and creatures.


Biggest challenge?

Being human – I'd like to be an animal living wild and free.

 

Worst moment?

Driving my Landi in to the back of a collector vintage Porsche that was on its way to a national car show!

 

What do you want to accomplish that you haven’t already?

Exhibit in New York next year, finish my Indian book and traverse Africa in my Landi. 

 

Describe the best party you have ever been to.

On the wild coast in the Transkei – camping on a lagoon next to the sea, full moon, special people, African drums, starry skies, dancing all night in the wilderness, watched the sun rise over the ocean…

 

What are your favourite things to do on a Sunday?

Making pancakes, walking on the mountain with my daughter and hounds, and getting my hands dirty in the garden. I also love standing under a waterfall or swiming in the river, followed by a long lazy lunch with family and friends.

 

What is a good life?

A simple one. 

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