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dc.contributor.authorDatatri, Shekar-
dc.contributor.authorSreenivasan, Ramki-
dc.coverage.spatialSouth Asia; India; Ladakh; Rajasthan; Gujaraten
dc.description"I will not harm my subject! Every nature photographer should willingly and happily follow this simple credo even when no one else is watching. This is not hard to do, and for those with a genuine love for nature, or even just a conscience, it should be second nature".en
dc.publisherConservation Indiaen
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dc.subjectwildlife; photography; wildlife photography; ethical issues; ecologyen
dc.titleEthics in wildlife photographyen
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