Archive for the ‘Pantanal’ Category

Caiman by Moonlight

Posted by Will on

While in the Pantanal, one of our harebrained schemes was to photograph caiman by the light of the full moon. The resulting images were a pleasant surprise!


The Pantanal Revisited

Posted by Will on

Stories and photographs from our recent trip to the Pantanal in Brazil. The Pantanal is a vast wetland area where it is possible to see many unusual and elusive South American creatures such as anteaters, tapirs and jaguars.


Behind the shot: Celestial Storks

Posted by Will on

We took this photograph last year in the Pantanal, Brazil. It shows two Jabiru Storks sleeping in their nest while the stars rotate overhead. The camera was positioned so that the southern celestial pole was behind the nest and an exposure time of 40 minutes was used to capture the star trails. The tree was […]


Behind the shot: Caiman Under Stars

Posted by Will on

Our Caiman Under Stars set of photos was shot over the course of three nights last summer. We were in the Pantanal – a massive wetland region of Brazil, over 10 times the size of the Florida Everglades. Usually we aren’t content with just taking photos during the day so we often go out in […]