Timbavati 2015 Group Shot

A Tale of Two’s

Andrew Beck Andrew, Guest Leave a Comment

Earlier this year (back in June actually!) I hosted two return guests for a combination of our Madikwe Wildlife Photography Workshop and a Private Guided safari. This gave us 7 full days in the filed and really allowed me to …


There’s something about Amboseli

Andrew Beck Andrew 2 Comments

I’ve always had somewhat of a love affair with Amboseli. Apart from providing incredible opportunities to photograph elephants, there is something special about the light and background of this place. This was something we chatted about extensively on our recent …


Hallo Halo

Morkel Erasmus All Authors, Morkel 4 Comments

So often we try to position ourselves with the sun at our back to get that “golden light” look – but positioning ourselves to shoot into the sun at these golden hours have such a nice effect that many people …

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Capture the Night Skies

Marlon duToit All Authors, Marlon 1 Comment

The night skies in Africa can hold it’s own for sheer beauty against any other destination. The lack of pollution makes for incredible visibility and clarity, something every safari enthusiast can’t seem to get enough of. So how would you …

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Think Bigger!

Marlon duToit All Authors, Marlon 2 Comments

Start thinking bigger! Too often the inclination leans towards tight, portrait styled images. That’s great and undoubtedly has it’s place. I will be first to admit that little compete’s with lusciously textured close-ups of leopards & lions. That said, why …