Wildlife Photography Africa re-introduces group safaris

By popular demand, 2014 sees Wildlife Photography Africa re-introduce a small selection escorted group departures designed for wildlife and photography enthusiasts. Offering photographers the chance to travel with a small group of like-minded individuals our groups have a maximum of 6 participants and are escorted by Africa expert and experienced wildlife photographer Martin Dunn. Working closely with our Tanzanian guides[…]

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Discover Tanzania with Wildlife Photography Africa and Lemala Camps

3 great safari itineraries for 2015 with Wildlife Photography Africa and Lemala Camps Lemala Camps operate some of Tanzania’s premier camps in the best locations for viewing wildlife. We’ve worked closely with Lemala to create 3 safari itineraries for 2015 – each designed to put you in the right camp at the right time. Our dates have been chosen to[…]

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Witfontein – a small slice of heaven in the Klein Karoo

Witfontein. A small slice of heaven in the Klein Karoo.  Witfontein and the Swartberg Mountains If anyone is visiting, or planning to visit South Africa, then consider this for inclusion in your travel plans. Witfontein is a lovingly restored Cape Dutch farmhouse located on a private game farm in the Klein Karoo with panoramic views of the majestic Swartberg Mountains.[…]

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What Is HDR Photography?

After it became a popular trend a few years ago, many were left asking “what is HDR photography?” HDR is an acronym which stands for high dynamic range. This is a photographic imaging technique that is used to create images which showcase a wider range of brightness or what is often called luminosity. The result is a photograph that should[…]

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Zimbabwe – The must visit safari destination for 2014

It’s official! Zimbabwe is the must visit safari destination for 2014. Since we introduced our select range of safaris in Zimbabwe a few months ago, the response has been incredible. However that doesn’t mean we’ve been resting on our laurels. Quite the opposite in fact. Although we (naturally) thought our Zimbabwe itineraries were the bees knees, we realised that because[…]

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A Weekend in Fes

Winter Time Blues With daylight diminishing daily and glimpses of the sun a rarity, I’ve been starting to suffer from log cabin fever so when the opportunity came up to fly over to Fes for a wekend I jumped at the chance. I’m never at my best when the weather is wet and miserable; I struggle for inspiration when the[…]

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