On Nat Hab’s Borneo expeditions, our days are filled with observing amazing megafauna including sun bears, pygmy elephants playing in the Kinabatangan River, and orangutans carousing in the verdant canopy. Then, when darkness falls and night sounds fill the humid air, the jungle comes alive with a whole different cast of characters. That’s when Expedition Leader Brad Josephs finds some of his favorite Borneo photography opportunities—capturing the creatures of the night, from rare, primitive primates like the tarsier and loris, with their round, wide eyes, to the spectacularly colored harlequin flying frog, and much more. Brad shows you how to get riveting images of nocturnal wildlife, with techniques you can use in other nighttime rain forest settings, too.
Originally presented February 1, 2021
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