Wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer of Rainforest Expeditions recently set up a special DSLR camera trap in the Amazon jungle in southeastern Peru. His goal was to capture some photos of rare jungle animals, but he got a lot more than he bargained for: a termite infestation in his camera.

Climb into the rainforest canopy with wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer while he photographs one of the rarest birds in the world: a baby harpy eagle. Jeff also shows you his Canon 800mm f/5.6 as well as gives some "pro tips" on photography.

Wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer was scouting in the Peruvian Amazon, when he came across ‘Trumpapillar’ Fluffy caterpillar bears uncanny resemblance to Donald Trump’s hair.

Right at midnight on New Year’s Eve, photographer Jeff Cremer sent his camera drone up into the skies above Lima, Peru to capture the sights and sounds of residents shooting off fireworks. A heck of a lot of fireworks it turns out, shot from streets and rooftops across the entire city.

Check me out on "Smarter Everyday" with Destin shooting the largest photo of Machu Picchu ever. 

 

The picture was made with the Canon 7D and a 400mm lens. It consists of 1920 pictures with 18 megapixel, which was recorded by a photo-robot in 1 hour and 44 minutes. 

With a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixel (15.9 gigapixels) the picture is the highest resolution photo of Machu Picchu ever taken.

 

This video is about wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer's work in the Peruvian Amazon.

 

Rainforest Expeditions has received a prestigious grant by Innovate Peru (www.innovateperu.gob.pe) for innovation and science communication in Tambopata.

 

Thanks to this grant, we were able to invite several researchers to Tambopata and accompany them to the field. In our ‘Fieldwork in the Peruvian Amazon’ video-interview series we present these people.


 

Report done about me on the Peruvian national television show "Reporte Semanal" about the fireworks over Lima video.

The easiest way to get a photo of the space station is by taking a picture of it when it transits the sun or the moon. Check out this video and learn how it's done.