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Some film (Kodak portra 160VC) shots of the area of crocodile habitat we were photographing in.
While this is technically a fresh-water river, there are plenty of ‘salties’ about. Saltwater crocodiles are a bit of a misnomer- these reptiles can venture quite deep into fresh-water zones.

These I think, do a good job of explaining why you need to shoot crocodiles from a boat. There’s not enough vantage points along riverbanks to get the shots and compositions you need.

And here’s a shot of the other members of the team, with a bonus crocodile in the left background [:)]