Category: Safari Photography

Safari Photography

Learn the tips and tricks of the pro wildlife and safari photographers, travel influencers and drone videographers with our range of safari photography articles.

Spotted: Wild Dog Kill

Spotted: Wild Dog Kill

Starting the drive early on this particular morning, my aim was to find the pack that was seen the day before in the north of the park. I let my guests know that they shouldn’t hold their breath as it’s notoriously difficult finding these animals, which can travel very long distances in a short period.

Kruger Coalitions

Kruger Coalitions

I always admired the famous Mapogo coalition of six in the Sabi Sands and hoped I would see something like that one day. Little did I know that one morning in January as I drove out, I would see a similarly astounding sight in the Kruger National Park.

Sheer Luck

Sheer Luck

In photography, an awesome shot is one part great light, two parts interesting angle and, almost always, born entirely out of sheer luck.”

Photographing the Richtersveld

Photographing the Richtersveld

I was really looking forward to the 4 day trip I would be taking with my husband Casper into the Richtersveld, as I had heard the flowers this year where fantastic. I was a little nervous as we were going with the 4 x 4 club and there would be 34 people in 17 vehicles,…

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The Gift of Life

The Gift of Life

December in Kruger National Park is always hot, the vegetation is generally lush and green, and very colourful, making it ideal for photography. Many animals give birth to their young during theses months and I was fortunate enough to witness one of these births.

Peter Betts: KP pro photographer

Peter Betts: KP pro photographer

With our competition photos streaming in from every inch of the most beautiful parks on the continent, we chased down professional wildlife photographer and competition entrant (visit http://bit.ly/aATAnR and http://bit.ly/dss1Ml for the reference) Peter Betts and got him talking shop: