The Masters of Nature Photography

I'm pround to be featured in this new book, The Masters of Nature Photography. And very happy to have the front cover! 


The master photographers are: Hannu Hautala (Finland), Klaus Nigge (Germany), Thomas P Peschak (Germany / South Africa), Tui de Roy (New Zealand), Cyril Ruoso (France), Stefano Unterthiner (Italy), Tim Laman, Brian Skerry, Steve Winter and Art Wolfe (all USA).


This new Natural History Museum’s book is available in several languages - from others editors around the world. You can order your copy (italian edition only) at


Cover by Stefano Unterthiner


Ten of the world’s foremost photographers present the very best of nature photography. These influential artists provide us with a unique insight into the natural world, from vast, beautiful landscapes and genuinely wild creatures in their natural habitats to spectacular shots of natural phenomena, groundbreaking underwater images and outstanding photojournalism.


Each portfolio profiles the photographer – their approach, influences and aims – and displays ten iconic images that reflect the range of their work. The accompanying captions focus on why the images are special for the photographer as well as telling the stories behind their creation. Revealing the inspiration behind some of the world’s most important nature photographs, this beautiful book will captivate art enthusiasts, photographers and all those with a passion for nature.



Prix Mondial de l'image de montagne

"Il sentiero perduto" has been published in April 2015. Since then, we had an incredible success from both the readers and the book competitions. In 2015, "Il sentiero perduto" was among the finalists at the prestigious "Banff Mountain Book Competition". Today, we are delighted to announce a new award for our latest book, the "Prix Mondial de l'image de montagne 2016", from the international mountain book fair of Passy (France).


This is an honour for me as a photographer and it's a great success for my wife Stéphanie as a little publisher.




From roof to roof

I spent a funny springtime, from roof to roof, shooting for a new photo story. An unusual 'environment' for me to work, but very exiting. Stay tuned!


Photo by Stéphanie Unterthiner



Back to fieldwork

After completing the Gran Paradiso project, Stefano is back in the field to work on a new long-term project in the Apennine. More coming soon…


A lone wolf (© 2016 Stefano Unterthiner)



A new National Geographic assignment completed!

We are just back home from a new, exhausting, exciting National Geographic Magazine assignment! A truly "family" assignment, see the photo below... A two months trip in the forest of North Sulawesi documenting one of the most amazing primate on Earth. More soon, stay tuned!


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Photo by Stéphanie Unterthiner / National Geographic 2015



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