Twilight Creatures

Heading to the tropical backdrop of Costa Rica to photograph Leaf-nosed nectar drinking bats, Mark Sisson shows how high speed flash photography can be a rewarding way to document this elusive species

Camera, check. 500mm lens and converter, check. 70-200mm and macro lens, check. Flashgun, check, check, check! I’m packing again and it’s a longer kit list this time as I’m off to Costa Rica and high speed flash photography is on the agenda. Anyone who has spent any time practising what for many is considered a dark and technical art in the world of wildlife photography, will immediately appreciate that with eight guests and a…

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Mark Sisson

Mark is a widely published and award-winning nature photographer. As a Director of Natures Images, the leading wildlife photography holiday and workshop business, he has many opportunities to travel with his camera, as well as the opportunity to share his passion and knowledge for nature photography.

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