The Meet Your Neighbours global biodiversity project was created by Niall Benvie and Clay Bolt. The purpose of this project is to shed light on the amazing amounts of biodiversity right outside your front door. All photographs following this technique are shot in the wild, and subjects are released on site without being harmed or harassed. The reason for photographing subjects with a white background is to isolate the subject from its environment to highlight the characteristics that we often miss when viewing common species. Meet Your Neighbours has turned into a worldwide network of photographers who want their work to be geared towards conservation and awareness. Click the link below to learn more about this project and the techniques and gear used to achieve these shots.


Salamanders of the Appalachian Mountains

Invasive/Introduced Wildlife of Hawaii