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Wildlife Photography Do’s and Don’ts

Wildlife photography is more popular and accessible than ever. Unfortunately, as with many pastimes that become very popular, this can lead to unintended destruction from lack of awareness. This is a list of Do’s and Don’ts that the members of the  Philippine Bird Photography Forum  developed to serve as a baseline Code of Ethics for its members.

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Wildlife Photography Do’s and Don’ts

 

Wildlife Photography Do’s and Don’ts by Sylvia Ramos is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

You can download this image from my bird photography website.

I created the illustrations on an iPad using Paper by 53.

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4 responses »

  1. Hi! I seen this picture in facebook and I’m interest this post. I’m in Thailand.
    I would like to ask to translate in my language, but i need your permission first. If you allow me to translate and use this post in my language. let me know.
    Look forward to hear your allowance soon.

    Reply
  2. Hi, l love studying birds and photographing them. Great points about do’s and dont’s , their spot on! please check out my blog 🙂 http://londonbirdlife.wordpress.com/

    Reply

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