Wildlife photography is always exciting for a lot of photographers. They feel fulfilled whenever they are able to take an amazing photo that they can show to the rest of the world. People do not realize that this can also be dangerous. Fernando Monclova is one example of a wildlife photographer who has died because of taking photos.
He tried to take a close up picture of elephants and he was trampled to death. A lot of wildlife photographers know that there are different risks that they have to take whenever they try to take photos. The best thing to do is to become discreet and to make sure that animals will not feel threatened in any way.
There are a lot of photographers who are daring and would do their best just to get the photographs they want to share with the rest of the world. Wes Skiles was an underwater photographer. During one of his diving expeditions, they suddenly found his lifeless body floating. His cause of death is still unknown.
Michio Hoschino was a Japanese photographer who was killed by a brown bear while he was staying inside his tent. Fernando Mocclola was an Italian photographer who was trampled to death by an elephant. He was trying to take photos of the elephant and he disturbed the animal in the process. There are still a lot of wildlife photographers who gave up their lives for amazing photographs.