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To take a good photograph is never easy. To take a great photograph of an uncooperative subject like a bird for example is even harder.... But to take the perfect image of a bird midst breathtaking behaviour is practically impossible. Bence Máté however, knows the trick, for he is invisible! To the bird’s eye, at least... At 16, Bence won his first prize at the BBC’s prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. At age 25 with even more international awards under his belt he still continues to surprise the world with stunning wildlife images. Bence Máté has a special talent in hiding, hence his amazing success. The INVISIBLE WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER simply disappears in one of his specially designed photography hides, from where he can enjoy, observe and to the delight of most of us capture what he sees. Birds and other animals are entirely unaware that Bence is close by, thus allowing him to photograph them in unique and rarely seen moments of intimate behaviour. A unique window on both bird behaviour and stunning imagery, as well as the ‘secrets’ of Bence’s success are filmed in this revealing documentary. THE THREE LODGERS (EP2) The Great Hungarian Plain. At first sight a barren landscape. Still, it provides everything that’s necessary to stay alive. This is the place that Bence Mate, the Invisible Wildlife Photographer calls his home. Bence’s farm is surrounded not only by lakes and forests, but big patches of steppe as well. From a bird’s eye view it becomes apparent how big “Kiskunság” is. This Hungarian word refers to more than 10.000 square kilometers of sand, partly covered by vegetation. Life is not easy here. Bence this time ventures into the Hungarian steppe. He works day and night in order to capture three of the most colorful birds that live here. The bee-eater, the roller and the hoopoe.