As a youth, Hungarian nature photographer Bence Maté loved watching wild birds & worked to take better & better photos of them. He built his own equipment & developed the ‘Bence Maté style’ of “bird in action” photography. His work has won many awards. His nickname "the invisible photographer" perfectly explains how he manages to get shots at such close range. He spends days, weeks or months hiding behind one-way glass fixtures, so the animals are not afraid to come close.