This time around on KelbyOne-On-One: 10 Questions with…, Scott Bourne interviews Richard Bernabe. Contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times, Outdoor Photographer, as well as Contributing Editor for Popular Photography magazine, Richard is an internationally renowned landscape, wildlife, and travel photographer and widely published author from the United States. His passion for adventure and travel has been the driving force behind his life’s quest to capture the moods and character of the world’s most amazing places, from Africa to the Amazon to the Arctic, as well as countless other places in between. Richard is a highly sought-after teacher and public speaker who accepts dozens of invitations from around the world each year in order to help educate others on matters of photography, adventure travel, and our natural world. Richard is also co-founder and owner of Epic Destinations, a premier international photography workshop and tour company that visits some of the most spectacular places on Earth. So click the play button below to listen to the interview, and then be sure to check out Richard’s classes here.


You can also download the audio file for the interview by clicking here.

Here are a few examples of Richard’s work.


Giraffes reflected in sunset light, Etosha National Park, Namibia

Small shapely iceberg on the black sand beach at Jökulsárlón in southern Iceland

Cerro Almirante Nieto and layers of lenticular clouds at sunrise, Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Gray langur monkeys (Semnopithecus entellus) Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka