A return to Guyana and the mighty Essequibo river, on a shoot that journeyed through miles of uninhabited jungle and rich water ways. The temperature and humidity was high and the flash rain downfalls extreme. As always in the equatorial jungle, the photography involved a battle with mud, water, heat and humidity. Peli cases, dry-bags, poly bags and silica gel were always close to hand.
On my last visit to Guyana I used a Red One MX to shoot 'Lair of Giants', now returning with a Red Epic was liberating in the comparitive scale and speed at which I could work. The extended dynamic range and resolution coped even better with the high contrast light and shade of the jungle.
A beautiful inspiring landscape. One of the last outposts of prisine natural wilderness and adventure. And a fantastic team to bring it all to life.