Galapagos Photography Adventure

Post 3 – Life around the islands

We are always on the lookout for those magical moments – the beauty of courtship, cute babies, interesting partnerships, artistic angles, birds flying by, dolphins jumping…  There is no end to the photographic opportunities on and around the islands.  We work to determine the best way to photograph all of it.  Is depth of field important? How does the background play?  Is a fast shutter speed important to stop the action?  These are all important considerations for each photo.

Sunset on the Samba © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Sunset on the Samba
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

Nazca boobies courting © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Nazca boobies courting
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

Baby boobie © 2014 Bob Harvey

Baby booby
© 2014 Bob Harvey

 

Sally lightfoot crab resting on a marine iguana. © 2014 Bob Harvey

Sally lightfoot crab resting on a marine iguana.
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Red-billed Tropicbird © 2014 Bob Harvey

Red-billed Tropicbird
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Abstract, frigate bird © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Abstract, frigate bird
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

Flightless cormorant © 2014 Bob Harvey

Flightless cormorant
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Sea lion pup © 2014 Bob Harvey

Sea lion pup
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Marine iguana and lava lizard © 2014 Bob Harvey

Marine iguana and lava lizard
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Dolfins appear off the Samba and we spend fun moments "catching" the jumps. © 2014 Bob Harvey

Dolphins appear off the Samba and we spend fun moments “catching” the jumps.
© 2014 Bob Harvey

Flightless cormorant on lava, backlit with first sunlight. © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Flightless cormorant on lava, backlit with first sunlight.
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

Fur seal yawning © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Fur seal yawning
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

Sea turtle swimming up to the shore. © 2014 Diane Kelsay

Sea turtle swimming up to the shore.
© 2014 Diane Kelsay

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