FoFu Phot'art 2014

This year, Stefano Unterthiner is the special guest of the Fucecchio Foto Festival. For this 10th edition, the Fuchecchio Foto Festival celebrates the nature with the exhibit The Living Wild, a retrospective of the most iconic photographs by Stefano Unterthiner. The Festival is open from October 25th to November 23rd at Parco Corsini, Fucecchio (Fi).




Seychelles - Terre Sauvage Magazine

The cover story of the May issue of Terre Sauvage Magazine (France) features Stefano Unterthiner's photo story of Seychelles: a journey through the unique but fragile nature of this tiny and remote African archipelago.




Komodo dragon - National Geographic

In the January 2014 issue of the National Geographic Magazine, Stefano Unterthiner presents a story from Indonesia: an intimate portrait of the world largest lizard, the endangered Komodo dragon. Stefano and Stéphanie spent seven weeks on assignment for the Magazine working to this story. A dangerous, but exciting fieldwork! More about this latest assignment at the National Geographic Magazine and please take a look at this new photo story now online in our website. 


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On assignment for National Geographic

Stefano is currently on assignment in the Italian Alps for National Geographic Magazine. The story will be published during the 2014. Follow Stefano during this long assignment on his Instagram feed and in the official @natgeo Instagram feed. We'll update weekly our feed during this assignment.


Stefano in the field for National Geographic (photo by Emanuele Biggi)



Tern story on BBC Wildlife magazine

The new photo story Seychelles terns published in the August issue of BBC Wildlife magazine



The Seychelles represents a modern conservation success story: the series of extinctions that followed human settlement has been halted and, since 2011, over 50% of the archipelago has been protected. Yet there is a whiff of trouble in paradise. The islands’ terns are facing a new threat: climate change. Increases in ocean temperature reduce food availability, and in some of the Seychelles’ tern populations breeding success has dived from 75 to 1 per cent. These images aim to capture the variety and grace of these birds, and the dynamic, chaotic colonies that could vanish all too soon.



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