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作者: 深藍-Owen    時間: 2006-6-9 18:40     標題: Nature Photographers’ Code of Conduct

Nature Photographers’ Code of Conduct
foward from Avian Watch Asia
http://www.avianwatchasia.org/forums/showthread.php?t=54

Before you embark on your great natural world photographic expedition, take a moment to read The Nature Photographers’ Code of Conduct.

Loss of habitat has restricted some plants and animals to isolated area where they are unable to establish new populations.

The nature photographers’ code of conduct is a short but concise glossary of key considerations and legislation. The code states only one hard and fast rule – the welfare of the subject is more important than the photograph.

AWA does not set or enforce rules for any ethical conduct. Rather, it is our hope that notes like these will promote thought and discussion among members, and allow each individual to make informed choices about ethical behavior.

   1. Always keep your subject’s well being in mind.
   2. Learn patterns of animal behavior.
   3. Know when not to interfere with animal life cycles.
   4. If an animal show signs of stress, move away and maintain a safe distance.
   5. Acquaint yourself with the fragility of the ecosystem.
   6. Stay on trails that are intended to lessen impact.
   7. Treat others courteously.
   8. Avoid preventable mishaps.
   9. Report inappropriate behavior to the proper authorities.
  10. Important note: Nesting sites are particularly sensitive areas, as too much undue stress can cause the parent birds to abandon the nest, or cause distress to the young chick(s) or fledglings. Where possible, try not to go too near such sites; maintain a respectful distance when observing or photographing the nest sites. (see also point no. 4). Also, it is advisable not to disclose locations of such sites to the general public. Users are also encouraged to exercise discretion when posting pictures of nesting sites.
作者: wealthy    時間: 2006-6-9 20:54

Point 9. Who is the authority?
作者: 深藍-Owen    時間: 2006-6-9 21:38

AFCD 最適合喇~!
作者: dominicchan    時間: 2006-6-11 16:07

不如草議一個中譯本啦,我諗諗點譯先
作者: wealthy    時間: 2006-6-18 12:11

你地點睇Flashing ?
作者: d_jacky    時間: 2006-6-18 12:16

盡小用 FLASH。
作者: wealthy    時間: 2006-6-18 12:26

有冇D Guideline? Seems it's a controversial topic
作者: BWA    時間: 2006-6-18 13:54

鳥類和人類都是脊錐動物,眼睛的構造差不多。

閃光燈對人眼的影響不說自明。除非你是明星,否則很少人願意被閃光燈在眼前閃個不停,尤其在光線不足之下,但是這正正卻是要用閃光燈拍攝的環境。

雀鳥不懂說話,不會主動告訴你是否喜歡閃光燈,最多只能夠用行動來表示意見。

如果一閃之下雀鳥立即有反應,便要馬上停止,追著拍攝更加不應該。

有人說如果雀鳥被閃也不走開,便代表牠不介意,但是我卻不以為然,應該不斷細心留意閃燈有沒有妨礙牠的活動和行為。鳥不是死物,應該尊重牠的權利,儘量少用閃燈。

個人認為:除非真的有必要拍攝稀有的紀錄照,否則閃燈可免則免。


可參考鳥會新聞組的討論:

拍鳥用不用閃燈?
作者: 深藍-Owen    時間: 2006-6-18 16:31

我個人以前試過用閃影雀. 但隨後見過 d 閃對佢地既影響. 所以我放棄左. 唔會用閃影雀既~!
作者: wealthy    時間: 2006-6-18 16:47

覺得台灣D拍友比較守規,有時睇外國書都教人用Tim,問過鳥會的fd.,佢話D雀可以直望太陽,(夜行鳥例外)閃光應該唔會傷佢,但可能嚇到佢.如果條底線要求高的話,則應該一律不可用.(有特別原因或許可例外).老實說,有時見人用閃都唔高興,但佢又自有一番道理,吹脹
作者: 深藍-Owen    時間: 2006-6-18 16:58

係. 因為未有共識. 所以用既人繼續用. 唔用既人見到人地用繼續唔開心.
我見過有隻鶯. 睇住佢比人閃一下佢跳一下. 最後閃走左.
除左自私之外. 就係自私囉. 對隻雀係. 對其他係現場既攝影者都係.
作者: d_jacky    時間: 2006-6-18 17:24

我就係怕嚇到佢地, 所以冇用flash.

聽說有一隻大山雀比flash 嚇到撞樹.... 你又點忍心呢.




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