Photographing wildlife is a great privilege in ecosystems that are among the richest and wildest in the world. We consider that, for a large part, that privilege consists in the responsibility to behave respectfully and ethically. Ethics in wildlife photography can be a relatively complex issue subject to endless discussions. We do not think people are necessarily ill-intentioned when disturbing the fauna but sometimes simply not thinking.
Our experienced guides will be able to help you decipher and analyse animal behavior. They will also detect whether our presence in their area is dangerous for them… or for you!
At Wild Exposure, we feel that the well-being of the subject, its habitat and environment outweighs any picture taken of them. Especially since we will have the opportunity to take many others!