|The most famous example of wildlife dishonesty. Photo by José Luis Rodriguez|
Following my previous post on the damage that wildlife photographers can cause, this one will focus on what happens after the photos have been taken. Photography can be very competitive; this isn't much of a problem with a lot of photography, as a good photo is a good photo regardless of how it was taken. With wildlife photography a large part of the contextual information that is not included in the photo is just as important as the aesthetics of the picture.