“The Beauty of Wildlife” first half – “First Contact” Second half of the evening

“The Beauty of Wildlife” first half – “First Contact” Second half of the evening
Craig Jones, Wildlife Photographer

First half ‘”The Beauty of Wildlife” 2nd half ” First Contact”

https://www.craigjoneswildlifephotography.co.ukWildlife photography’s power rests on the belief that it represents an event that occurred naturally in the wild; something witnessed and recorded by the photographer with his camera at that given time. Clever use of friendly animals, hot spots, bait and the per-arranged perches or props along with digital technology has forced everyone to re-evaluate and question the validity of images they see now.

As a responsible photographer of wildlife I capture my images as seen on the ground. I always put the welfare of the subjects life and care of the environment above any photograph I take. I never use flash, props, live bait or any bait that will adversely affect the behavior of an animal.

I am always honest in declaring the circumstances under which a photograph has been taken by myself. I never use digital manipulation to misrepresent a subject or mislead the viewer.

 

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