Spot the photographer! Can YOU find the camouflaged wildlife fanatic in these pictures?

Discover the photographer! A wildlife fanatic in full camo suit blends seamlessly into the forest. Can YOU find it?

  • Photographer Sasan Amir travels the world dressed in clever camouflage in search of the perfect shot.
  • Sasan’s global photo tours can take up to half a year of preparation, hard work, and travel.
  • He says his main goal is to spread awareness of critically endangered animals in need of support.

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These seemingly unassuming photos actually feature 27-year-old photographer Sasan Amir, who has spent the last five years tracking animals around the world in impressive costume.

Sasan wears a camouflage suit to blend in with his surroundings and get closer to the animals in their natural environment without disturbing them.

He has taken 1.2 million photos since he found his passion for photography at the age of nine.

Can you find him in disguise in these forest snaps?

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Sasan Amir (pictured) received a cheap camera at the age of nine and has followed his passion for photography ever since.

Sasan Amir (pictured) received a cheap camera at the age of nine and has followed his passion for photography ever since.

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Sasan's career has seen him travel extensively, from South Africa to Ecuador and Bolivia across Asia, for the right shot.

Sasan's career has seen him travel extensively, from South Africa to Ecuador and Bolivia across Asia, for the right shot.

Sasan’s career has seen him travel extensively, from South Africa to Ecuador and Bolivia across Asia, for the right shot.

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Sasan, with 36,000 followers on Instagram, has taken 1.2 million photos over an 18-year career, following animals for the past five

Sasan, with 36,000 followers on Instagram, has taken 1.2 million photos over an 18-year career, following animals for the past five

Sasan, with 36k instagram followers, has taken 1.2 million photos over an 18-year career, tracking animals for the past five

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The photographer with a worldwide following says planning is key and it sometimes takes half a year to prepare for a shoot.

The photographer with a worldwide following says planning is key and it sometimes takes half a year to prepare for a shoot.

The photographer with a worldwide following says planning is key and it sometimes takes half a year to prepare for a shoot.

It can take months of preparation to sasan to set up and find the right shot.

He said: ‘Planning is key, try to get as much information as possible and stay flexible and easy if something isn’t going to be planned.

“So there are two main rules, don’t bother the animals, and secondly, don’t get into too dangerous situations. No signal, no Wi-Fi, no internet and sometimes without electricity and water are facts that you should always take into account before making risky decisions.

Take your time and don’t stress. Wild animals are not something you can get easily and especially not from a close distance. The worst thing if you don’t succeed on a wildlife trip is that you spend time in nature, which is beneficial to me.

‘Respect the animals and plants and don’t let it go to waste where it doesn’t belong, please.

‘I take the photos with my camera and a drone. I use drones for places that are difficult to pass through or very dangerous and to get an idea of ​​the entire environment that I am walking and exploring.

“In many situations, a good professional drone can also replace a helicopter ride for catches and is much faster and cheaper.”

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Sasan, pictured here in session, has remained true to his craft for 18 years since discovering his passion for photography at age nine.

Sasan, pictured here in session, has remained true to his craft for 18 years since discovering his passion for photography at age nine.

Sasan, pictured here in session, has remained true to his craft for 18 years since discovering his passion for photography at age nine.

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