Saturday, June 26, 2010

North Borneo photo safaris

Almost everyone can take a photo but only a select few can produce great work.

Hailing from Lahad Datu, Sabah, Cede Prudente’s interest in photography started in the early 90’s when he purchased his first Nikon camera working as a nature guide in Sandakan. During his daily “tour of duty”, Prudente had the opportunity to observe various wildlife, giving him the inspiration to pursue wildlife photography.

North Borneo Safari was established in 2003 to create an appreciation for Sabah’s nature and wildlife through tailor-made photography trips, attracting both local and foreign photographers.

“We will recommend the best possible locations to capture desired images. Clients can share photography tips, updates on the latest technology and gadgets, participate in field workshops, coaching clinics and much more,” explains Prudente.

Wildlife photographer Bjorn Olesen, who has participated in seven safaris arranged by Prudente over the past five years, says that he has found the trips to be extremely satisfying.

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