The latest set of entries into the Instagram portion of the Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2017 competition.
Entries for our Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2017 competition are lighting up our inbox at an incredible pace. Every week we receive hundreds of shots. however, this week one in particular caught our attention.
Our Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2017 competition is in full swing and we’ve received a selection of fantastic images from the fifth week of entries. This year we have added an exciting addition to our competition – with a separate Instagram competition where users can enter and vote for their favourite on our Instagram channel.
The winner of the 2017 Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year Competition will enjoy a Big Cat Photographic Safari with At Close Quarters. Find out more about it here!
An incredible clash between two Springbok rams submitted for our Insta Favorite of the Year 2017 competition!
Our Photographer of the Year 2017 competition is in full swing and we’ve received a selection of fantastic images from the third week of entries. Here are some of the favourites from Instagram!
Our Photographer of the Year 2017 competition is in full swing and we’ve received a selection of fantastic images from the second week of entries. Here are some of the favourites from Instagram!
Canon South Africa takes to heart its obligation to support environmental sustainability!
Our Photographer of the Year 2017 competition is in full swing and we’ve received a selection of fantastic images from the first week of entries. Here are some of the favourites from Instagram!
Take your wildlife photography to the next level by making the most of natural light.
All you need to know about photographing wildlife on manual mode while using auto ISO.
How to graduate out of auto mode when taking wildlife photos, and why this is important.
An uneasy dance between a lion and a topi calf in the Maasai Mara.
Will Burrard-Lucas lets us in on the secret to taking wildlife photos like a pro, using some great entries into our competition to demonstrate his point!
Understanding camera focus to enhance your wildlife photography.
Understand these 5 things about photography and you’re on your way to capturing great images while on safari.
A special escape to the eco African haven that is Elephant’s Eye lodge in Hwange.
12 technical things to think about to improve your photography.
How to improve the sharpness of your images through shutter speed.
When two big cats meet – it’s a battle between a leopard and a caracal in Botswana!
Some informative ‘hands-on’ know-how so that you can enjoy shooting better images and making the most of your wildlife photography!
An amazing sighting of a leopard trying to dislodge an already dead python from a tree in the Sabi Sand.
Here are 9 key things to look for when selecting a lens for wildlife photography.
With plenty of alternatives to DSLR cameras on the market, including super-zooms and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, Will Burrard-Lucas answers the question of if you even need a DSLR?
Will Burrard-Lucas explains what camera features are important if you want to get into wildlife photography.
When the Africa Geographic team was invited to toast the new Tintswalo Atlantic one Friday afternoon we couldn’t pass down the opportunity!
A summary of Will Burrad-Lucas’ tips for instantly improving your wildlife photography to set you on your way to becoming Africa Geographic’s Photographer of the Year!
Africa Geographic takes on Halden’s 512MB photo challenge!
Taking great photographs the old school way!
5 tips for underwater macro photography for both compact camera users and DSLR users.
Tips and tricks on how to improve your night photography – with awesome images from Vic Falls!
Photographing birds is a daunting task for most photographers but here are some tips to get you started…
A Victoria Falls’ photographer discusses different photographic techniques.
What it takes to be a photo journalist when you’re not the only one shooting.
Photo safaris, Africa’s answer to aspiring wildlife photographers.
What wildlife documentary makers have to say about cameras in the bushveld.
Professional photographer Manus van Dyk provides insight in the world of bugs and how to photograph them.
Elephants, zebras, thunder clouds and deserts are just a few of nature’s wonders that look magical in black and white.
Action photography, it’s a fast thinking, quick shooting waiting game with rewarding images but it helps to be prepared.
Fiona Ayerst provides 10 useful tips to remember when photographing underwater.
Birder, Mark Drysdale, explains how to photograph birds using a pair of mating pin-tailed whydahs as an example.
Anton Crone, Editor in Chief of the Africa Geographic online magazine, gives us some tips on how to photograph people.
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