How to photograph dolphins in the wild
The fact that whales are not fish, of course, known to every schoolboy. They breathe air. Female whales give birth under water to live young and feed them milk. They even have a little bit of hair. In short, Keith is a typical warm-blooded mammal. But, at the same time, this is the strangest of all mammals. 10th place: sperm Whales can dive to a depth of 1000 meters. The pressure at that depth is 100 times greater than the pressure on the surface.
9th place: When diving the pulse of the whale falls to ten beats per minute and blood ceases to flow into the vessels of the fins, skin, tail. It nourishes the brain and heart. Continue reading
Also communication with dolphins stimulates metabolic, immune and other processes in the body, restores motor abilities. After the therapy improves blood circulation, and reduce pain.
Dolphin psychologists often recommend as a family therapist for a joint session with loved ones and family. They somehow magically build relationships between people, quarrels cease, teach tolerance.
Need to know what dolphins do not tolerate violence. So there is no need to examine his fins and jump on it to ride. Wait until he will swim up to you and will set the fin. Any special instructions for establishing emotional contact no, just swim, draw near to the Dolphin without the hassles, fear, and aggression. Continue reading
The most important thing to remember: do not rush immediately to capture dolphins when you are near them. Dolphins are social creatures, and they are generally well configured to communicate with people. However, in their natural habitat they prefer to communicate with us on their terms.
Your shots will be much more successful if the dolphins will show to you a lively interest. After all, very few people impress pictures of dolphins swim away in panic away.
Photographing dolphins in the open sea keep in mind that the sea waves and the salty mist at any moment can hurt you and your equipment, especially if you are traveling on a small boat. So try to protect yourself and your camera from falling into the water. Continue reading