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| p.1 #2 · MOST USEFUL MACRO IN THE JUNGLE??? d800e... |
The tree canopy is thick and clouds are common, so there is not much light in the jungle. (However, winter here is the sunny dry season there.) Plan your lighting accordingly--flash, LED, fast lens, etc. I assume you know to be careful about touching the frogs. It's bad for the frogs, and some frogs ("poison dart frogs") exude potent poisons on their skins. To avoid fungus destroying your optics in this hot humid climate, be sure to have a dry container with desiccant to store your equipment when not in use. Be careful at night, especially, if you are in an area with fer-de-lances. They are much more aggressive than most venomous snakes in the U.S. Watch where you are stepping and putting your hands. In the same size category as the frogs are many strange and beautiful insects.