“The amazon rainforest a remarkable place, full of lush growth and life. In fact, it seems at times as if the forest is pulsating with life, with a constant background buzz of monkeys and birds chattering, and the gentle thump-thump of armies of leaf-cutter ants marching single file along endless tracks,” he said.
He took the world’s highest resolution of Machu Picchu, at 16,000 negapixels, that received over 1,000,000 views and can be seen at this website – http://www.GigapixelPeru.com. And he published in “EARTH Platinum Edition,” the world’s largest atlas, with each page of the limited edition book measuring 6 ft by 9 ft, with only 31 copies printed that retailed at $100,000 a copy.
Cremer’s work has been displayed in galleries around the world and published in numerous shows, books, publications and magazines including the National Geographic, Wired Magazine, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, NBC, Huffington Post, London Telegraph and the Toronto Sun. He’s made appearances on national tv and radio in Peru as well as the Rainforest Expeditions Youtube Chanel, Smarter Every Day Youtube Channel , BBC Weird World, EarthTouch News Podcast and Talk Nerdy with Cara Santa Maria.
He has recently worked with local Pueblo photography clubs and has held events to display his work and help others learn. His business is called Jeff Cremer Photography is he available for local and out of town photography and video projects.
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