Good photography is an art form most people greatly appreciate. Many of us cherish old photographs of our relatives and our pets. Technology has allowed many of us of all ages to take pictures with our cell phones. Some find that photography interests them thanks to the always handy cell phone. In the not so old days, if one was interested in photography, it was an expensive hobby and not always encouraged. Not anymore! You can splurge and take photos, photos and more photos with your ubiquitous phone.
If you have just watched To the Ends of the Earth documentary then most likely you have become interested in photographing wildlife. Photographer Todd Gustafson shot the images for the film, and he has been photographing wildlife from all over the world for over 20 years. Here are a few tips for taking some great photos of wildlife:
Photography is a great way to visually capture what interests you and the photos can be used to teach others what you see through your lens. Often pictures convey emotions that viewers recognize as they look at the images. Photography is another way all of us can communicate and share our insights with others.
To the Ends of the Earth is an inspiring documentary where renown photographer Todd Gustafson shares his experiences with the animals of the world as they share our human experiences of eating, sleeping, playing, mating, giving birth, raising young and dying, co-existing with humanity in a battle of survival on earth.
A portion of all proceeds from the sales of our documentary DVD, our music CD, and all of the products that we offer on this website will be donated to wildlife conservation efforts all over the world.
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