A whale watching tour in Plymouth is an unforgettable experience, and taking pictures is often the best share this with your friends and family. Watch this video clip for a few photo tips for your whale watching trip.
Even if you change the batteries in your camera right before your trip, it is a good idea to bring extras on board with you. You never know how close you will get to the whales, so don’t use up all of your digital memory on pictures of far away whales. It helps to use a camera with a decent zoom feature for high quality snaps.
At Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours , we are proud to provide excited whale watchers and deep sea fishermen with high quality excursions. If you would like to learn more about our deep sea fishing trips or whale watching tours, visit our website or call us at (508) 927-5587.
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