I spend a lot of time at zoos and aquariums, sometimes as a volunteer and mostly as an observant visitor (I am currently studying to work in a zoo or rescue facility, as well).As a photographer, this means I have invested a lot of time learning to photograph the animal ambassadors that call these facilities home, and thought I would share some of the techniques I have learned with all of you! KNOW THE SHOWWhether it be where to sit or where to aim your camera, studying YouTube videos... continue reading
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I'm glad I reached the goal of 500 uploaded images, utilising the last fifty pictures taken this summer during a trip to Iceland.For those, like me, does not have the courage to face the exploration of the interior of this magnificent volcanic island with a jeep and hiking equipment, remains the option of simply doing the island tour with a regular car. I think most of the Iceland attractions can be seen even just doing this ride along almost the entire circumference of the island.Arriving... continue reading
My favouriteshooting subjects are wild whales and dolphins but it can be very challenging to shoot great photos from it so I decided to leave some ideas here that may help you very much in case you go one a whale watching trip.Even thought I don't go on whale whatching trips as often as I would like, I still went more times then I can count and with each trip I learned more and more.First of all if you are planing a whale whatching trip you should always go on the first trip in the morning,... continue reading
Taking photos of giant marine mammals can be tricky.First of all, they simply can’t be counted on to show up on set on time. Whale watching tour companies chart the movement of known pods and individuals to ensure that their trips offer the most likely chances of seeing whales but even then, getting dramatic images is challenging. What can you do to ensure that you get the best shots?I have ventured out to sea to observe whales off the coast of Canada,spending what seemed like a lot of... continue reading
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