The Kickstarter for the Photographers Against Wildlife Crime book that includes work by both myself and my esteemed colleagues is steadily moving towards its goal, but can use your help. Please share and contribute if possible.

We want to end the demand for wildlife products. We will launch this book in May 2018 followed by a Mandarin edition for sale in China.

I'm pleased to share that a 48"x72" fine art print of "Amazon Scarlet Ibis (#222), 2017" (which you may have seen earlier on my instagram feed this year) will be in the Catherine Edelman Gallery booth at Expo Chicago from today thru the end of this weekend. Seen here, it is being installed with white gloves by CEG staffers Tim and Juli.

It makes a striking presence in any space, even inside the Navy Pier! Unfortunately I won't be able to drop by as I'm still in the DRC for a bit longer, but if you're in Chicago, please stop by and have a look at it and all the rest of the work by artists with the Catherine Edelman Gallery.

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I'm off to the Democratic Republic of the Congo for a commission from Greenpeace on issues related to the preservation - and increasingly, desctruction - of its peatland rainforest. The DRC's rainforests - one of the world's most biodiverse regions - cover an area nearly three times the state of California, so there will be plenty to photograph. I'm excited and thankful for the opportunity that this assignment will bring more attention to an overlooked and neglected ecosystem....

This photo is an aerial view of an affluent of the Tshuapa River east of Mbandaka, almost exactly on the equator that I shot for Prince Charles's Rainforests Project in 2009.

I believe that the true beauty of the natural environment is that it is something we can all understand, appreciate and come together to help protect.

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I'm thrilled that one of my Greenland photos was chosen to be displayed at the entrance of Art Miami.
If you aren't familiar with it, Art Miami is the leading international contemporary and modern art fair: it is open till Dec 4th.
I wish I could see it in person. If you are there, stop by Catherine Edelman Gallery (booth B300). Photo by Juli Lowe.
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Daniel Beltrá Photography updated their profile picture.

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PhotoWings interviewed Daniel at the Blue Earth Alliance's Collaboration for Cause about how he views his work, how others interpret it, and advice for how to get started in photography.

The New Yorker magazine published one of my photos for an article by Elizabeth Kolbert about the melting of Greenland in this week's issue.

Pick up a copy if you have a chance! It's a double page spread and looks fantastic. And if you can't, please read the piece about the early impacts of global warming.…/…/10/24/greenland-is-melting

The shrinking of Greenland’s ice sheet is triggering feedback loops that accelerate the global crisis. The floodgates may already be open.

Greenpeace has selected me as a finalist for their biennial photo contest! Have a look and if you like my project please give it your vote! Feel free to share.
If I win, I'll spend next summer photographing the impacts of global warming on the Greenlandic ice sheet.

The Digital Story podcast interviewed my friend, Alexandra Garcia, the executive director of the ILCP (Full disclosure: I'm a member of the ILCP and also a co-founder of MindShift Gear, which is also discussed, but hey, I love them both and wanted to share this with you!)…/conservation-photography-podca…

You can also track it down via iTunes; search "digital story" under podcasts.

Today I interview Alexandra Garcia, executive director of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and learned how photography and conservation still work hand in hand - http://thedigit

The Catherine Edelman Gallery released a short interview segment with him about how his photos bring the fine art world and environmental/conservation worlds together.…/chat-room-episode-9-artists-dani…/

Our ninth episode of Chat Room is now available on iTunes, Podbean and Vimeo. In this episode, Catherine Edelman and Daniel Beltrá discuss how his work straddles the line between photojournalism an…

Ignant - an art website in Germany - has published a nice spread on my work (in English). I hope you like it.…/the-fragility-of-nature-by-daniel-b…/

The Fragility Of Nature By Daniel Beltrá Photography March 30, 2016 by Paula Lou Riebschläger Spanish Photographer Daniel Beltrá’s passion for environmental conservation is evident in his stirring images of the natural world. “The unique perspective of aerial photography helps emphasize that the Ear…

The Catherine Edelman Gallery put together a very nice video for the opening of my show "Ice/Green Lands" last month. Enjoy!

In an attempt to understand why artists create the work they make, we decided to launch Artist Talk in September of 2008, a video series which allows the viewer…

Catherine Edelman Gallery put together a neat video to mark the opening of my show "Ice/Green Lands" last week in Chicago. The photos cover the impact of global warming in Iceland and Greenland and the show runs until March 5th.

Catherine Edelman Gallery presents, Daniel Beltrá: Ice / Green Lands January 8 - March 5, 2016
Daniel Beltrá Photography updated their cover photo.

View of the installation of my show "Ice/Green Lands" at Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, running until March 5th.

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Dear friends,
Please consider a deductible donation to the iLCP -the international League of Conservation Photographers- where I am a fellow and board member.
The iLCP is dedicated to furthering environmental and cultural conservation through photography.
Scrounge your pocket, anything helps!

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