Day 5 of 7 day Nature Challenge.

Part of what I do when leading whale photography trip is help people with their camera settings so that when the moment comes, they are ready to make good photographs. While in the water I do my best to manage the swims so that participants can be in the right the place at the right moment.

this image was created under Govt. Permit

this image was created under Govt. Permit

The manner and way people act while in the water with whales has a direct impact on the quality and duration of each interaction.  Each species of whale has different experiences with humans, and some are more open to extended encounters than others.

I am looking forward to the 2016 season, and getting back in the water with the Humpbacks in Tonga.  I have three Private charters booked, and as of now there is still space open on two if them.  If interested give me a call, lets talk story.  808 870 3686

Sperm Whale Images were created under Govt Permit

Whale swimming is the ultimate adventure

                                      Whale swimming is the ultimate adventure

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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