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5 reasons to GO WHEN IT’S GREEN

5 reasons to GO WHEN IT’S GREEN! The best time to go on a photographic safari is during the dry season, right? There’s always action around the waterholes and visibility is much better than [...]

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LIVE UPDATE: WHEN A PLAN COMES TOGETHER

LIVE UPDATE   Yesterday afternoon our guests all headed to SafariLive final control room and met part of the team that brings daily live safaris to viewers all over the world. It was great [...]

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An Escape to the African Bush

LOOKING TO IMMERSE YOURSELF IN NATURE? Having visited the Timbavati from a young age,the feeling one gets whilst driving through the reserve remains one of peace and tranquility. The area boasts [...]

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Trip Report: Madikwe Private Safari January 2017

Our first Safari of the year came in the form of a private photographic safari to the prestigious Madikwe Private Game Reserve situated in the North West Province of South Africa on the border [...]

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Mating leopards and a double kill

Drive 5 & 6 – Big Cat Photo Safari We set out on our afternoon drive yesterday in very hot conditions and decided to head to the eastern side of our traverse. Along the way we bumped into a [...]

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Cheetah. Lion. Leopard.

Day 3 – Wildlife Photography Essentials Workshop: Sometimes in the African bush, you can be blessed with some pretty magical moments. Today was one of those days… The skies were still [...]

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Wildlife Photography Tip: Panning

PANNING Panning is a technique where you move (or ‘pan’) the camera and lens to follow a moving subject (animal or bird). The idea is that the subject stays more or less in the same [...]