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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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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Buying your first DSLR

To the beginner, there’s a bewildering array of cameras out there these days. They advertise a multitude of features often wrapped up in technical jargon and sales-speak. How do you sift through it all to find the camera that’s right for you? If you don’t know how to choose between Nikon or Canon, Sony or Pentax this article from PhotoTuts+[…]

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Cameras for Kids

Your kids will get a lot more from their holiday if thay can share the fun of taking photos, not just watch Mum & Dad taking them. To ensure that the next wave of young photographers understand the performance and ergonomic advantages of using a real camera, you’ll need to get one into their hands as soon as possible. Here’s[…]

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#PHOTO TIP – Understanding ISO

In a previous post we mentioned that exposure is a combination of three variables: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. Here we take a quick look at ISO.   What is ISO? In digital photography, setting the ISO determines how sensitive your camera’s image sensor is to the light that is reaching it through the lens opening. The lower the number[…]

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The Full Frame Advantage

There are two different sizes of DSLR: Crop-frame and full-frame. While the sensor size in crop-frame versions vary from brand to brand, they are typically 1.5x smaller than their full-frame counterparts. The sensor in a full-frame camera is the same size as a photo produced on 35mm film. But what’s the advantage to having a bigger sensor? This article from Photography Talk looks[…]

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