Mobile Technology Used to Photograph Lions In The Serengeti (Video)
Aug 29, 2013 22:04
It's hard enough to film the lions of Africa's Serengeti. Taking photos of them is notably difficult. So award winning photographer Michael Nichols decided to explore this region, and most recently walked away with material to cover National Geographic's August issue.
How did he do it? He details in the video below the various techniques he used, which includes infrared photography, micro-drones and remote control helicopters. Mobile tech. Check it out below:
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