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  • Elephants On The Chobe

Behind The Shot: Elephants On The Chobe

If you're ever fortunate enough to visit the Chobe on a photography safari, you'll come to know that this particular spot has the highest density of elephants on the entire continent. They love the water and there is plenty of it in this region. This image was taken on our [...]

By |17th October 2017|General, Photography|Comments Off on Behind The Shot: Elephants On The Chobe

A Minute Or Two On The Wild Waterways

Often when I am on safari I find myself torn between shooting video or shooting stills. Although I am primarily a photographer, video is becoming an increasingly more interesting field to me. I'm slowly getting the hang of making videos, although I am nowhere near the point where I can [...]

By |14th October 2015|General, Trip Reports, Videos|Comments Off on A Minute Or Two On The Wild Waterways

Hyena Mafiosi

They lurk around the bush like gangsters, always looking for an easy score and because they're so good at scavenging they have earned their reputation as one of Africa's least loved animals. But if you look a little deeper at the way hyenas operate you'll begin to get an appreciation [...]

By |14th August 2015|General, Trip Reports|Comments Off on Hyena Mafiosi
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Photographing Leopards In the Sabi Sands

There's no other place on earth where you will get closer to and have more encounters with leopards than at the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. The region has the highest density of leopards in Africa, mainly because of the tree-filled terrain which is the ideal habitat for leopards. They have [...]

By |3rd August 2015|General, Photography|Comments Off on Photographing Leopards In the Sabi Sands
  • Wild Waterways Safari

Birds Of The Wild Waterways

One of the primary photographic subjects that you will encounter on our Wild Waterways Safari are birds. There are hundreds of different species breeding and living on the banks of the Zambezi (and Chobe) rivers. On our inaugural trip there in 2014 we had the opportunity to photograph many of [...]

By |22nd July 2015|General, Photography|Comments Off on Birds Of The Wild Waterways
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From Nikon to Olympus

I never thought the day would come when I would once again be without a Nikon camera in my kit. There was a brief period between 2001 and 2004 when I shot with Canon EOS but then I returned to my Nikon roots in late 2005 with the purchase of [...]

By |6th December 2013|Equipment, General|Comments Off on From Nikon to Olympus
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