Prek Toal is a magnificent wildlife reserve, off the Tonlé Sap lake in central Cambodia. These photographs were taken just after dawn, from a small boat in one of the many tributaries. I used an Olympus E-Mi Mk ii with the Leica 100-400mm lens, which gave an equivalent ff length of 200-800. The Olympus was pretty essential as traveling with a bigger full-frame camera and lenses is more or less impossible, given the weight restrictions on local flights (6kg on Bangkok air for example). The Olympus was running at 1000-1250 ISO, which is pushing it for these cameras, but using DxO prime noise reduction, I was able to reduce noise to FF levels.
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