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The new book of the Wildlife Photographer Michel d'Oultremont

About the project

Yellowstone, this mythical place in the United States, has attracted me for many years. For more than a month, I have walked through unexplored valleys looking for wild animals at the heart of winter. Very cold temperatures up to -44°C, unforgettable encounters, intense emotions and chills: this is what I have experienced during this adventure.


This self-published book presents the different species that I met during this unforgettable wintry trip such as pronghorns, bisons, the mysterious wolfs...

Discover a hundred unique images printed on exceptional art paper and travel to the heart of this icy Yellowstone universe.

What are the funds for?

Thanks to your pre-order, I will be able to print hundreds of copies of the book Yellowstone. Printing and bookbinding will be done in my home country: Belgium. The printer,  in accordance with my values, uses natural inks to be more respectful of the environment and paper from sustainably managed forests.

Information about the book: 

Pages: 132
Paper: Munken Polar Roagh 150 gr
Cover: rigid - 3 mm thick - Soft touch
Dimensions: 24.5 x 26 cm
Weight: 0.9 kg

About the project owner

As a long-time nature lover, I  have been captivated by the animals surrounding me since an early age.

Today, I’m covering thousands of miles through different continents; spending hours waiting for the right moment, the right light, and the right encounter. I love taking pictures in Eastern countries, Scandinavia or the Belgian Ardennes. More than ever in symbiosis with the environment, I became a wildlife photographer in 2016. In my view, photographing is more than a job; it is a way of life, a passion.

Through my photography, I want to create emotion.  I try to render Nature’s beauty by showing an aesthetic aspect of the biodiversity. Lighting effects are a growing part of my work; I am looking for them without weariness. They guide my images, through their presence or their absence. The environment also plays a great role: attempting to put an animal in a fairy tale setting is part of my photographic process.


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