How to Photograph Whales
Although nothing quite compares to whale watching in Plymouth in person, people often like to document their experiences with photographs that they can use to show their friends and family afterwards. Watch this video to learn how to photograph whales.
Whales can be extremely elusive, which is why whale watching tours are so exhilarating. For this reason it helps to be extra prepared when you go on a tour yourself. Make sure that your camera is functioning and that you have plenty of room on your card for pictures. It is also wise to bring extra batteries.
Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours is happy to serve the Plymouth area. We specialize in cod and flounder fishing as well as humpback whale watching. Feel free to visit our website or give us a call at (508) 746-2643 to find out more about what we can do for you today.
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