All you need to know about photographing wildlife on manual mode while using auto ISO.
After having no luck on safari, a group of photographers almost gave up hope until a call on the radio signaled the chance for the perfect shot.
The amazing lions of Uganda and Tanzania are famous for their tree climbing abilities, but this clumsy cub panics when his pride leaves him high and dry.
How to graduate out of auto mode when taking wildlife photos, and why this is important.
Exploring the cultures and simple life of traditional Egypt with this photographic gallery.
An uneasy dance between a lion and a topi calf in the Maasai Mara.
Jaci’s Lodges guide, Anja went to find out more about wildlife photography in order to better help her guests. Here’s what she learnt.
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!
Explore the beauty of South Africa on Google Maps before you come to experience the country and its wildlife firsthand!
Watch these incredible scenes unfold from the land and the air in one of the most wild places on Earth.
A photographer is given a second chance at life and uses it to embark on the ultimate bucket list photographic safari to Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
Understanding camera focus to enhance your wildlife photography.
Australian photographers, Kym and Tonya Illman, explore the towering rock formations of the Ennedi Plateau alongside Toubou nomads and their camels.
Understand these 5 things about photography and you’re on your way to capturing great images while on safari.
12 technical things to think about to improve your photography.
WWF releases camera trap images by Will Burrard-Lucas of some of Namibia’s elusive animals – some of which have never been photographed in high definition before.
How to improve the sharpness of your images through shutter speed.
Andrew Aveley, a professional wildlife and nature photographer, will be in residence at Jaci’s Lodges in the Madikwe Game Reserve over eight periods in 2016.
Some informative ‘hands-on’ know-how so that you can enjoy shooting better images and making the most of your wildlife photography!
Explore the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the last Eden of Africa, with Christoph Tänzer, a creative director, photographer and filmmaker.
Here are 9 key things to look for when selecting a lens for wildlife photography.
10 top wildlife photography tips that could help you on the way to becoming the Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2016.
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?
With so many wildlife encounters at the photographic hide at Jaci’s Lodges, you never know what lies in store.
Will Burrard-Lucas explains what camera features are important if you want to get into wildlife photography.
Beautiful images of a herd of elephants in Amboseli.
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!
The abundance of birds in Botswana will have twitchers on the edge of their seat!
A guest at Jaci’s Lodge shares his photographic adventure in Madikwe.
Your African safari – if it wasn’t on Instagram, it didn’t happen!
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition comes to Cape Town!
Watch the ultimate safari holiday in some of South Africa’s most loved national parks.
Lions cause quite a stir at the waterhole in front of the photographic hide at Jaci’s Lodge in Madikwe.
An unforgettable photographic safari with Africa Geographic Travel in the remote Nsefu Sector of South Luangwa National Park.
A group of young boys have a fantastic time shooting Africa’s wildlife on a photo safari designed specifically for kids.
5 steps for how to improve your underwater photography.
Read about Africa Geographic Travel’s most recent experience in Madikwe and don’t miss out on joining them on the same photographic adventure next year!
A 24-hour stake-out in the Terrapin Hide at Jaci’s Lodges leads to photographing an array of wildlife, including the first predator spotted from the hide and the beautiful blood moon.
Find out what it takes to survive in the Namib desert with these 6 desert-adapted creatures!
A photographic safari in one of Africa’s most popular game reserves proves to be even better than imagined thanks to the spectacle of the great migration, the stupendous landscapes and an insight into world that is every predator’s dream.
Two beautiful sunbirds raise a chick that’s gone cuckoo!
A wildlife photographic safari in South Africa’s first photographic reserve leaves a guest with memories and knowledge that will always be treasured.
A month of planning + a BeetleCam + a supermoon eclipse + a lion cub = the perfect shot to last another 18 years.
A leopard kill witnessed from start to finish, and captured every step of the way on camera.
The photographic hide at Jaci’s Lodges has been voted by The Huffington Post as one of the top 5 photographic experiences in South Africa. And it’s no wonder why after you watch this video!
Professional wildlife photographer and guide, Albie Venter, joins our Photographer of the Year on a dream safari in Uganda.