Nature photography: what to expect and what you need
Can you imagine having to carry a camera with plates to immortalize your excursions? Luckily, current technology allows us to capture the most shocking scenes of our nature with a gesture as simple as a touch on a screen. Whether you are a prospects hunter or your own is traditional photography, ecotourism is your perfect plan. The vast majority of activities offer panoramas worthy of any art gallery, even with the right material you can capture the best shots while practicing some risky sport.
But this proposal goes much further. Nature photography activities focus on your passion for this art offering you routes and enclaves where you can unleash your skill and collect spectacular images. Throughout the national territory you can find different experiences that adapt to the flora and fauna of each region. Guided by experts in the area, you will reach the most inaccessible natural corners, where wildlife is concentrated so you can soak in it and enjoy hunting unique photographs. The experience begins on the road, either on foot or on wheels, or even by boat, you can enjoy the landscape of the area and know the different formations and species that inhabit it. Some activities start with a good local breakfast, the best way to start the day!
Many of these activities take place in observation posts (hide), in front of drinking troughs or feeding areas, natural or artificial, which ensure the hunting of unique photographs. You will have to wait silently and quietly until the first brave ones get close to your hiding place, so we suggest you find a comfortable spot and have the target ready for when this happens. Even so, these activities take place in locations of absolute freedom, so they do not guarantee the sighting of a specific species. More dynamic and risky is the "stalking" photography, in which they will teach you to track animals and capture the best scenes in movement. In any case, all these activities ensure a unique experience in nature, where you will learn as much about the native flora and fauna as the best tricks and techniques for natural photography.
Do you organise ecotourism or adventure activities?