Antarctic Photography with Photography Coach Philip Stone
Successful photography can be a major component of many people’s experience in Antarctica, and we want to help you make the most of your chance to capture some wonderful images. Our onboard Photography Coaches assist our guests by covering some of the fundamentals as well as offering advice and guidance in the field.
We asked Photography Coach Philip Stone if he happened to have a favorite image from his last season in Antarctica. He told us it was near impossible to choose, but in the end decided on this stunning shot of a Snow Petrel. Here’s why.
FEATURE PHOTO -Photography Coach Philip Stone
“It’s a tall order being asked to choose one image amongst many as a favourite. Scrolling through last season’s captures – about 20,000 individual frames- it’s a dazzling variety of sweeping landscapes, stunning icebergs and clear-blue skies, comical yet sublimely perfect penguins, countless ear to ear smiles from our passengers, crew and staff and whales, so many whales… But choose I must and this image of a snow petrel landing on an iceberg in Fournier Bay is one of my favourite moments from the 2019-2020 season.