Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers are wildlife photographers concentrating on African and Asian wildlife. Over 95% of their photos are of wild animals photographed in their natural environment. In addition, apart from the adjustment of contrast normally associated with the processing of RAW images, none of the images are digitally manipulated. For both photographers the welfare of the wild animal being photographed takes top priority, a consequence of which is that the animal is relaxed and behaves naturally. They have recently published two books. One is called "Serengeti Spy" and the other is "Tales from Gombe". The former consists of pictures taken on the plains of East Africa using hidden remote cameras and the latter is a photo driven saga of the famous Gombe Chimpanzees.