Latest Photograph – Boomslang

I took this photograph of a Boomslang earlier this year at the Kinyonga Reptile Centre in Limpopo Province, Greater Kruger in South Africa. I had been working with African Impact in Hoedspruit when Tim Feherty and I took some time to visit Kinyonga to photograph the five most venomous snakes in Africa. After I was … Read more

The Big Picture

Over the last year or so I’ve been making more of an effort to evolve my wildlife photography to show ‘the bigger picture’. I still like photographing portaits of wildlife and close-up abstracts but I find photographing a species in a more ‘contextual’ way to be a lot more interesting and rewarding. Admittedly, when I … Read more

Maasai Mara Guest Blog

Sharon Artley joined us in the Maasai Mara in 2017 and has kindly written this guest blog recounting her experiences… Lemek Pride Lion Cub Little did I know that when I went on a group photography day to the Farne Islands led by Alan Hewitt in June 2016, that it would result in my being … Read more

The Frames per Second Advantage

Over the last few years we have seen a very obvious trend in cameras being designed to match the needs of different photographic genres. The most recent examples I can use are Nikon’s D5 and D500, and from Canon, the 7D Mark 2 and 1D X Mark 2. These cameras share common features, fast (rate … Read more

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

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