We employed two techniques, one taking images with a backlight and one without any other light other than that of our camera mounted or hand-held flashes. These led to two different kinds of images: (1) images with a lit green background or (2) images with a black background. I really liked the idea of the black background because it is so much more natural. It gives the viewer a more honest take on the environment that the frog was in. It was well after sunset and damn dark out, so why not let your image show that. It may not be type of image that makes the cover of Sexy Endangered Animal Monthly, but it shows the subject in a more natural setting.
Enough blabbing ... on to the photos.
|No backlighting, just the dark night sky|
|A face cute enough to kiss|
|Full-frame with flashlight mediated backlighting|
|Doing a bit of calling|
|How about some color?|
Thanks again to Chris