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Camera trap photos rely on an infrared beam to trigger a camera when something breaks the beam. It's a great way, indeed the only way, to take pictures of shy and elusive subjects. Yet many camera trap photos have a similar look with an animal looking surprised and gazing straight into the camera while walking along a path.

I wanted to try do something slightly different when I learned that an endanagered margay was spotted at my favorite ecolodge in Costa Rica, Bosque de Paz. Luckily, I'm friends with the owners, and they generously allowed me to set up my camera and flashes for as long as it would take to get my photos. I spent 9 nights setting everything up and putting out a little tuna and sardines to help attract the cat to where I had my camera pointed.

Out of the nine nights, the cat came for a total of 13 minutes, and my camera took 5 photos. This one, where the beautiful little cat seems totally unaware that he's being photographed in his cloud forest habitat, was my favorite.

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Metal prints boast astoundingly rich color. Aluminum sheets are covered with a special coating, and then dyes are infused directly into the surface of the metal, creating a beautiful depth and vibrance. Rainforest images look simply phenomenal on metal! My metal prints include a 1/2″ metal float block so they are ready to hang!

Ordering is easy and secure. I prep each image file using the latest professional software from Adobe and the industry standard Genuine Fractals from OnOne software for the highest quality prints.

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