Saturday, 23 June 2012

How to Photograph Whales

A very interesting article for anyone interested in wildlife photography in general and whales in particular.

Micheal Daniel Ho is a Travel and Wildlife photographer living in California, and writes:

As a wildlife photographer, I have taken a few images of some of Nature’s smallest creatures, like the incredible Hummingbirds, and her biggest, the Blue Whale – the largest animal living on our planet, ever. Cetaceans, the term used to describe porpoises, dolphins and whales, are mammals, just like ourselves. They are warm-blooded, have mammary glands to feed their young, possess a four chambered heart and have hairs on their bodies.

Follow the link to read the remainder of the article:-

How to Photograph Whales – PictureCorrect

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