Author Archives: Tim Laman

Tim to Speak at Wildscreen

On Friday October 14 Tim will speak at Wildscreen’s photography day.  He will give an innovative presentation about his long term project photographing wild Orangutans and the conservation issues surrounding them.  Here is Wildscreen’s webpage for the photography day where you can purchase tickets to Tim’s talk.



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RED Digital Cinema Interview

Tim was on assignment for the BBC filming birds of paradise for Planet Earth II and he shot mostly with the RED Epic.  RED Digital Cinema interviewed Tim about the RED Epic video camera which you can read via the link below.  The camera has such a large sensor he was able to get some amazing stills pulled from the video.  Read the interview to see how this amazing camera helped in filming the Red Bird of Paradise.

Tim Laman Talks Stills and Motion Capture with RED.

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Get the Story Behind the Story

See Tim talk about the difficulties of photographing Orangutans in the wild and the conservation issues that face them.  Tim’s story ‘Tough Times for Orangutans’ won 1st place in the nature stories category of the World Press Photo awards this year.

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Mission Critical: Orangutan On The Edge Premiers on Earth Day

This Friday at 9 pm, the Nat Geo Wild Channel will premier Tim’s show on Orangutans.  As you can see below, if you check out their website now you can view clips from the show along with a slideshow of Tim’s images.  Learn about Orangutans and Tim’s mission to save them at Nat Geo Wild’s website.

NG Wild Orangutans

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National Geographic Traveler

Tim’s pictures were featured in the April/May issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine.  The story was written by his wife and 2 kids about their summer adventures to Borneo as a family.

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World Press Photo Win

Tim’s orangutan story has won 1st prize for Nature Stories in the 2016 World Press Photo Contest!  You can see his winning story “Tough Times for Orangutans” on the World Press Photo website.



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