Leopard Photos - Fine Art Wildlife Photography Prints

Leopard Photography Print Gallery. A Collection of fine art limited edition photography prints of Leopards by Jess Lee.

From the Darkness comes the huntress

Black Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Leopard hunting the Darkness, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

Capture the allure of the African wilderness with our exclusive 'Enchanting African Leopard' fine art prints by renowned wildlife photographer Jess Lee. These captivating images, showcasing the serene majesty of one of Africa's iconic creatures, are the perfect addition to elevate the ambiance of your home, office, hospital, hospitality, or business space. Printed on high-quality material ensuring lasting beauty and detail, they are an ideal choice for art connoisseurs and animal lovers alike.

Leopard in the Shadows

Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Leopard in the Shadows, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

Unraveling the Mystery and Magic: Photographing African Leopards



In the heart of Africa's sprawling savannahs and dense jungles lies one of the most enigmatic and captivating creatures of the wild – the African leopard. With its elusive nature and breathtaking beauty, capturing the essence of these majestic cats through the lens of a camera is a pursuit filled with mystery and magic.

Leopard at marking Tree

Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Leopard Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

The Elusive Nature of African Leopards

African leopards are renowned for their stealth and agility, effortlessly navigating their territories with grace and precision. Their elusive nature adds an element of challenge and intrigue for wildlife photographers seeking to capture glimpses of these elusive felines in their natural habitat. Whether concealed within the dappled shadows of the forest canopy or prowling through the tall grass of the savannah, leopards often remain shrouded in mystery, making each encounter a rare and cherished opportunity.

The eyes in the night

Black Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print


A Beautiful Black Leopards eyes in the night, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

The Thrill of the Hunt: Tracking Leopards in the Wild

Photographing African leopards is not merely a matter of luck but requires patience, perseverance, and a keen understanding of the animal's behavior. Wildlife photographers often embark on exhilarating journeys, tracking these elusive cats through the wilderness in search of the perfect shot. From following fresh tracks and listening for telltale signs of movement to patiently waiting in concealed hides, the thrill of the hunt adds an element of adventure to the photographic process.

Night Hunter - Black Leopard

Black Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Black Leopard hunting the night, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

Mastering the Art of Camouflage and Stealth

In the realm of African leopard photography, the ability to blend seamlessly into the surroundings is paramount. Photographers employ various techniques to remain undetected by their elusive subjects, from donning camouflage attire to utilizing specialized hides and blinds strategically positioned near known leopard territories. By becoming part of the landscape, photographers increase their chances of witnessing intimate moments and capturing the true essence of these magnificent creatures without disturbing their natural behavior.

Cub Love Leopards

Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Leopard Cub Loving its Mom, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

Capturing Intimate Moments: The Magic of Close Encounters

One of the most rewarding aspects of photographing African leopards is the opportunity to witness intimate moments of their lives unfold before the lens. From tender interactions between mothers and cubs to exhilarating hunts and displays of dominance, each encounter offers a glimpse into the complex world of leopard dynamics. Photographers strive to capture these fleeting moments with precision and artistry, allowing viewers to connect with the essence of the leopard's wild spirit.

Nap Time for this Leopard

Leopard Photo | Fine Art Photography | Limited Edition Print

A Beautiful Leopard relaxing for a nap, Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

Preserving the Legacy: Conservation Through Photography

Beyond the thrill of capturing stunning images, African leopard photography serves a deeper purpose – raising awareness and fostering a sense of stewardship for these iconic predators and the habitats they inhabit. By showcasing the beauty and vulnerability of leopards through compelling photographs, photographers play a vital role in advocating for their protection and the conservation of the ecosystems upon which they depend. Through education and storytelling, photographers inspire others to join in the effort to safeguard the future of African leopards for generations to come.

Beautiful Danger - Leopard

Black and White Leopard Photography Print

A Beautiful Dangerous Leopard Photographed by internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Jess Lee. This Leopard Photo is produced as a limited edition, Fine Art Print.

A Journey of Discovery and Inspiration

Photographing African leopards is a journey filled with mystery, magic, and moments of profound connection with the natural world. It is a testament to the enduring allure of these magnificent creatures and the timeless beauty of the African wilderness. As photographers continue to unravel the mysteries of the leopard's realm, they contribute to a legacy of conservation, ensuring that the magic of these elusive felines endures for future generations to behold and cherish.

Leopards

Compared to other wild cats, the leopard has relatively short legs and a long body with a large skull. Its fur is marked with rosettes. It is similar in appearance to the jaguar, but has a smaller, lighter physique, and its rosettes are generally smaller, more densely packed and without central spots. Both leopards and jaguars that are melanistic are known as black panthers. The leopard is distinguished by its well-camouflaged fur, opportunistic hunting behaviour, broad diet, strength, and its ability to adapt to a variety of habitats ranging from rainforest to steppe, including arid and montane areas. It can run at speeds of up to 58 kilometres per hour (36 mph).[9] The earliest known leopard fossils excavated in Europe are estimated 600,000 years old, dating to the late Early Pleistocene.[2] Leopard fossils were also found in Japan.

Tigers

The tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest extant cat species and a member of the genus Panthera. It is most recognisable for its dark vertical stripes on orange-brown fur with a lighter underside. It is an apex predator, primarily preying on ungulates such as deer and wild boar. It is territorial and generally a solitary but social predator, requiring large contiguous areas of habitat, which support its requirements for prey and rearing of its offspring. Tiger cubs stay with their mother for about two years, before they become independent and leave their mother's home range to establish their own.