Infographic: The Most Dangerous Photography

Oct 26, 2012 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Entertainment, Environmental, Technology
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This infographic was submitted to us by Jessops.

There’s a lot going on here visually; I suppose that works well because of the imagery-based topic, though! This offers great tips for any photographer (or aspiring photographer) looking to expand their horizons in extreme settings. This design does a great job of keeping text light and engaging the reader with interesting visuals.

Because this is more instructional than data-focused, it’s difficult to judge as an infographic. Infographics are characterized by telling a story and replacing data with visuals. Again, since this more text tips, it doesn’t really lend itself to the data visualization that a traditional infographic would have. However, it is a quick and easy way to give someone ideas for how to adapt to field conditions and what to prepare before you get there.

As an infographic I’d give this a C for lack of visualized/visualizable data, but as a tool for extreme photographers, an A! It could be cool to have a depth chart on the underwater section for the ideal depth vs. how deep the featured camera can go, or for wildlife how many photos a NatGeo photographer takes in one shoot (or something along those lines).



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