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Kickin’ it in the Karoo. A Wildlife Photography Adventure

By Zack Moore Dust kicks into the air, swirling lazily before dissipating into the cloudless sky as our guide Arno turns onto the rough road of gravel. A vast expanse of unspoiled wilderness reveals itself as the 4×4 crawls over the crest of a hill, exposing a land of rolling hills peppered by hardy fynbos […]

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Flash photography: when and where to use flash outdoors

Using flash is a hotly debated subject. Some photographers refuse to use flash, claiming that it does not suit their style. Others use it frequently to ensure their subjects ‘pop’ out of the background. But if used incorrectly, flash can kill the atmosphere and mood of the photograph, which is why many photographers prefer soft, […]

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Photography tips for shooting wildlife from a moving vehicle

In certain areas of the globe, South Africa being one of them, the easiest and safest way to approach game (particularly predators) is by car. Most game reserves run game drives which can provide a fantastic opportunity to get close to game safely whilst giving you the opportunity to achieve incredible photographs.Shooting from a vehicle […]

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The 5 essentials to take awesome wildlife photographs

As South Africans, we love heading to the bush for a bit of R&R. After recharging our batteries in nature, we inevitably head home, eager to show friends and family pictures of the animals we encountered during our game drives (or walks, if lucky) around the parks. But what good is a blurry photo that […]

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