Have you considered the challenges you will face with wildlife photography on your Safari?
This kind of photography comes with a unique set of difficulties that you will probably not expect or be prepared for.
Whether you are a professional or an enthusiast, you will more than lightly be used to setting up a creative shoot or going out in the golden hours to take photos. In these scenarios you will have some control of your subject, position, angle and time to retake your shot during the perfect window of light, golden light ….right?
Here is the difference with wildlife photography on safari…
Once you head out into the bush on a game drive, you will be filled with incredible excitement and anticipation for what you will encounter!
Experienced rangers will decide on the route and track the wildlife, but there are no guarantees of what you will find, you may come across completely unexpected sightings, in bright / high contrast light, (very bright light with dark areas of shadow) or you migh...
10 years ago I came to a T junction in my life. I took a right turn and went down the photography lane, with no idea about what lay ahead. It's been an incredible journey of wild and wonderful experiences, millions of photographs and a zillion memories.
I have experienced life at Thula Thula, travelled across the country, explored others; photographed weddings, events, incredible people, wildlife and food at so many gorgeous locations. I hope my pictures will speak to you.
My blog will share these experiences, stories behind the images, lessons I have learned, beautiful places, wildlife, nature and cultures.
There are many different styles of photography and for those of you with an interest in it; I will share what I have learnt and different styles of photography as well as practical tips. Hopefully these will help you develop your own unique style.