Wild Eye is a team of young, dynamic and enthusiastic professional photographic guides who have a passion for exploring the African continent. This passion, combined with our photographic knowledge and skills, allows us to create memorable photographic safaris for clients from around the world.
THIS IS WHAT WE DO…
Our purpose is to change the way you see the world and we pride ourselves on our personalised approach – not only making sure you get the best photographic experience, but that you have fun, feel well looked after, and your expectations are exceeded from the moment you make contact with us.
In order to provide you with the best possible African destinations and photographic opportunities we have drawn on our extensive background in the hospitality and photographic industries and plan every photographic safari from the ground up. We believe that a photographic safari should be about more than the size of your lens but rather about traveling with like-minded and enjoying as much photography time as possible on your tour. Read more…
Ensures the highest standard of guiding throughout your safari experience. In todays safari industry you will far too often encounter safari guide’s lacking the ability to deliver an authentic guiding experience. Accompanied by a Wild Eye guide you’re assured of a magical experience. Skilled in photography, guiding, hosting, entertaining and creating incredible tailored experiences, we are there to ensure you have the most enjoyable time. Read more…
Our photography workshops are enjoyed by photographers of all levels. What sets a workshop apart from a safari is the fact that we work towards a set of pre-determined goals and objectives based on the destination that we are operating in. A workshop is a great way to really get stuck in and to improve on specific aspects of your photography. Read more…
All of our courses include both theory and practical components which not only will give you the opportunity to learn and photograph under the guidance of one of our experienced lecturers but also to understand how digital photography works. Our approach is to make photography fun and non-intimidating so even the most inexperienced photographers are welcome to join. Read more…
The newest feature to our range of services means that you can now learn from one of our experienced photographic guides and lecturers from the comfort of your own home or in our offices in Fourways. The benefit of a private tuition session means that we can assist you with exactly what you need! Read more…
We are all about sharing skills and knowledge, and that extends beyond our safaris workshops and courses. The Wild Eye Photo Chat Blog is a regularly updated feed of content covering a range of photography, wildlife and travel related blogs. Populated by our ever-growing team of professional photographic guides you are guaranteed to find photographic inspiration and guidance. Read more…
One of the best things about Wild Eye is its overall culture and choice of staff. The staff is absolutely lovely and seem genuinely kind and interested in the guest and their visit. Susan Portnoy, United States
You guys were amazing! After 50 yrs of photography, I felt I still knew nothing! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!Conrad Walker, South Africa
“Thank you to the Wild-Eye team for an unbelievable trip to the Mara and Amboseli. If we ever plan to do another trip to Kenya it will definitely be with Wild-Eye.”Mariana de Klerk, South Africa
The love for photography and wild life is evident in the way Wild Eye goes about their business. I also found them professional and humble in their dealings with clients Willem Bosman, South Africa
Excellent photographers keen to share ideas, tips and laughter. All well organized so that we just ENJOY photography and wildlife! Karen Gautet, France
YOUR WILD EYE TEAM
Images from a Magical Mara WeekMarch 4, 2015
Variations: Zebra Dust-bathMarch 4, 2015
Two Extremes in BotswanaMarch 2, 2015
Behind the Shot: Dogs & LionsFebruary 26, 2015
Behind the Shot: Mother leopard and cubFebruary 26, 2015
Love those Landscapes – Part 2February 24, 2015
Behind the shot: Golden HourFebruary 23, 2015
Trip Report: Private Guided Safari in MadikweFebruary 19, 2015
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