Latest Photograph – Elephants at the Watering Hole

African Elephants drinking at a watering hole in Djuma Reserve, Sabi Sands.

We always use professional guides and trackers on photography safaris. This investment pays dividends in safety, ethics and importantly, in our amazing and consistent success rate in getting close to stunning wildlife. That said, a wildlife safari always brings plenty of surprises and we are always prepared to embrace unpredictable photography opportunities! We set off … Read more…

Latest Photograph – Leopard and Porcupine

Although I have spent many hours photographing Africa’s predators, I have found leopards to be a rather elusive subject. I have photographed them, but time has never been a luxury compared to our experiences with lions, cheetahs and hyenas. As I expected, my recent trip to South Africa to work with African Impact and lead … Read more…

Get Low Down For Impact

Whenever it is physically possible and safe to do so, I look for opportunities to get low down to the level of my subject. It can be inconvenient and at times uncomfortable, you get dirty and you may need somebody to keep a look out for your safety. But, you can create so much more … Read more…

I’ve Top Trumped!

Asian Short Clawed Otter, Top Trumps Awesome Animals

Asian Short Clawed Otter, Top Trumps Awesome Animals Forget Wildlife Photographer of the Year, forget the British Wildlife Photography Awards, GDT European Wildlife Photographer and any other wildlife photography competition. Top Trumps is where it’s at! For those of you who are unfamiliar with Top Trumps, let me explain…. Top Trumps is a card game … Read more…

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