Join an extraordinary photography expedition to the amazon rainforest a remarkable place, full of lush growth and life. In fact, it seems at times as if the forest is pulsating with life, with a constant background buzz of monkeys and birds chattering, and the gentle thump-thump of armies of leaf-cutter ants marching single file along endless tracks.
The trip includes stays at all three of our lodges as well as all photography equipment, cameras and lenses. Please be sure to bring your computer or an external hard drive for all you pictures!
Here's just a taste of what you will experience on this photo adventure of a lifetime:
Photograph an intriguing variety of wildlife:
Explore the hidden world of the rain forest at night.
Night walks are great for photographing insects including:
- Cicadas and Katydids
- Large grasshoppers
- and for luring hairy tarantulas our of their ground nests for a few quick shots.
- Pro Cameras and Lenses Included
- Two nights at the Tambopata Research Center
- See hundreds of parrots and macaws at the world-famous TRC clay lick
- Visit Macaw clay licks, two oxbow lakes and a jungle tower
- Visit All 3 of our lodges for great photography opportunities
- Learn to use pro equipment to get the best photos possible.
About Your Guide:
Jeff Cremer is an award-winning travel photographer based in Lima, Peru.
His work has been displayed in galleries around the world and published in numerous books and magazines. Two of his gigapixel photographs were recently published in “EARTH Platinum Edition”, the world’s largest atlas. Each page spread of this limited edition book measures a breathtaking 6 feet x 9 feet (1.8m x 2.7m). Only 31 copies will be printed and will retail for $100,000 a copy.
He also holds the record for the largest photo ever taken in Peru: a huge 22,000 megapixel panorama of the Miraflores district of Lima as well as the largest photo ever taken of Machu Picchu weighing in at 16,000 megapixels. The image can be seen at www.gigapixelperu.com
His work has been featured in:
- Wired Magazine
- National Geographic
- NBC News
- Huffington Post
- London Telegraph
- Toronto Sun
- as well as others
"The Tambopata tour was a very special experiance for me, not only stumble arround the forest looking for animals, but beeing able as well to take pictures of excellent quality. I enjoyed it very much to be with two very friendly and competent young men, you did a very good job, thank you so much.
I did not have the time yet to sort out my pictures and sent them to family and friends, but I am sure they will love the shots as I do. Thank you very much for your time and instructions, I can highly recommend the phototour to everybody who likes nature and good photos." - Isabella - Switzerland
"The high point of our tour was when a troop of squirrel monkeys (at least a hundred of them) came crashing through the trees above us, sometimes getting as close as a few feet away. It was a remarkable experience! - Ian Plant - United States