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Photograph Giant Pandas, Golden Monkeys & Dramatic Mountain Landscapes
Whether you're a seasoned photographer or just starting out, you'll want to read these essential photo tips from our Natural Photographer blog before photographing the wild side of China. Professional photographer and Nat Hab photo guide Court Whelan provides expert advice about photographing China’s alluring landscapes, ancient Terracotta warriors and charismatic wildlife—including golden pheasants and giant pandas. His articles provide everything from nature photography tutorials to roundups of the latest photography equipment, proving useful to beginner and experienced photographers alike.
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Pandas represent many things to many people. They’re an icon and national symbol for China’s 1.3 billion people, and are loved across the world as a beacon of conservation. They’re also very photogenic!
China usually isn’t the first thing one thinks of when they think about verdant landscapes, pristine forest, and mystical waterfalls. However, if you are willing to go off the traditional path and get into the wilds...