Macro Photography Ethics

posted on 21st of december, 2013

It is after a long time that I am writing, I have been busy with a lot of things...leaving school life behind and getting into a college on the opposite side of the country...and believe me India is a vast country. Away from family, away from familiar people, the months are adventurous.
Excited about the photographer of the year contest, I want to see where I rank, please drop me an honest vote if you would like to. :)

Anyway, getting back to the topic... recently, I was out shooting some macro photographs with a few other people who like photography. To my disappointment, some of them kept poking anthills with sticks to make the ants panic and leave with their larvae, giving them opportunities for getting some good photos. Which is exactly what happened, followed by a flock of...

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Posted by Elianehaykal on December 31, 2013
Forget Photographer of the year, I nominate this for Blog of the Year.
Posted by 4harmony on December 31, 2013
Thank you, Pratik. You are absolutely right. The goal of a nature photographer should be to capture images of nature in its natural state. The only thing I use, besides my camera, is my patience and persistence. We just need to be willing to wait for our subject.

Good luck to you in your new residence and studies. Happy New Year!
Posted by Celiaak on December 30, 2013
Ethics are important in all that you do, and certainly respecting other living beings are part of it.
Thank you for your words and wishing you a wonderfull new life!

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