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Nat Geo Examines Ethics in Wildlife Photography and Filmmaking

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Yeseterday, National Geographic senior writer Jennifer S. Holland published an evocative, insightful article on the Ethics of Wildlife Photography and Filmmaking. Through a discussion with wildlife photographer and filmmaker Jeff Hogan, the article examines several key questions such as:
 
Is it ethical to...

  • Use food to lure an animal into a scene?
  • Stay in an area that may encroach on an animal's natural habitat?
  • Handle or move an animal for better framing?

Check out the article on National Geographic.
 
What do you think? Where do you draw the line? Let us know in the comments.

Posted: 1/17/2014 3:36:50 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
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