Nature’s impact In two previous posts, I discussed the value of guided tours opposed to unguided tours. Follow the link to The Essence of Guiding – 1 and The Essence to Guiding – 2 if you have missed these posts. Today I would like to elaborate on the impact of nature on the human mind.
Wildlife photography is probably one of the most unpredictable types of photography. With people or models, you can ask them to move a little, or pose, but with wildlife, the rules are completely different. It has been just over a year since I joined African Flying Adventures on one of their trips to South Africa.
Safaris are a great opportunity for wildlife photography. It has been just over a year since I joined African Flying Adventures on one of their trips to South Africa. It surely was an unforgettable experience! One of my most treasured moments was during an evening safari in the Timbavati Game Reserve. Landing on a bush
Wildlife photography in low-light conditions Wildlife photography can be very rewarding, but in low-light conditions also very challenging. There are several ways to deal with this, like the use of a spotlight, flash, tripod, and long exposure or a high camera ISO setting. Today we will deal with panning shots in low-light conditions. ‘Optimal light
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Flying in the bush I was 23 years old when I moved to Tanzania – Africa. Shortly after I arrived I was introduced to flying small aircraft in the bush. Although it wasn’t a self-fly safari, it was surely something spectacular to experience. Watching Africa from the sky and landing at a bush airstrip is
An Impala Fawn Only 2 weeks ago we witnessed the birth of an impala. What a privileged sighting we had! If you missed that blog, read it here. As we know, life and death in the bush lie close together. We had experienced a quiet drive so far, as it was an overcast and windy morning.
Wildlife Photography – Anticipatience Put the words anticipation and patience together, and you have a good recipe for wildlife photography. A big part of wildlife photography is about patience. You might have to wait a long time for that one ‘perfect’ shot, but missing that one picture is more the rule than the exception –
New life during a morning safari It was near the end of October, and the rains had finally arrived! Slowly the bush was transformed with a lush green carpet of young grass. This was the time to witness that one rare sighting I had been hoping for, for years now. We were on our morning safari