Professional wildlife photographer and guide, Albie Venter, joins our Photographer of the Year on a dream safari in Uganda.
From 29th September to 2nd October 2015, Jaci’s Lodges will be holding their first photographic workshop and safari for children aged between 10 and 13 years old.
The Cape Aflame coffee-table book uses stunning photography to chronicle the story of the Muizenberg Fire of 2015.
Wildlife photographers are in luck because Jaci’s Lodge is proud to announce the launch of its water-level hide. Accessible around the clock and complete with top equipment, let your photographic visions come to life in Madikwe!
A photographic excursion to the village of Nqabara and the Dwesa Nature Reserve on the Wild Coast in South Africa.
Africa Geographic, along with Leupold Binoculars, invite you to take part in our #WorldRhinoDay photographic competition – a celebration of rhinos in black and white.
Here’s a much sought-after peek into a different world thanks to camera traps, and advice on how to capture the best footage.
Don’t miss the wild flowers of Namaqualand as their incredible spring display lasts for little more than a month and peaks in August.
Rina Sherman spent seven years in the homelands of the Ovahimba people filming and photographed their everyday life and their ritual ceremonies and traditions.
See three photographer’s interpretation of the Rainbow Nation in an exhibition with of Twenty Journey’s work.
An interview about African wildlife experiences with the husband and wife team who have pioneered the research and photography of the breaching great white sharks of False Bay.
A photographer is lucky to capture these photos of a leaping kudu in the Kruger National Park.
Greg du Toit shares his favourite regions, animals and experiences in Africa’s wilderness, as well as his role models and advice he would give aspiring photographers.
Eric Nathan wins international award for his: ‘Star Trails Above Table Mountain’ photograph!
How flamingos in the Western Cape have us tickled pink!
A photographic journey to illustrate the allure of Chobe National Park.
Percentage of auctioned photograph to be donated for the protection of rhinos.
Christopher Rimmer speaks about the creating of his Amapondo Exhibiton – photographing the cattle of the Pondo people of Port St Johns.
A leopard photograph by Beverley Joubert will go on auction later this month in benefit of Rhinos Without Borders.
Johannesburg has lovely parks all over the city and during autumn these parks are a photographers playground.
Sean Metelerkamp give inspiration to street photographers.
Capturing the sunrise at Hartebeesport.
Africa Geographic takes on Halden’s 512MB photo challenge!
Africa Geographic Travel’s second Madikwe photo safari is a great success!
10 fabulous pictures of Tsavo in black and white!
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!
Awesome images of a week in the Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game & Wilderness Reserve.
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.
A photographer’s kind hearted tribute to the elderly of Principe Island.
What it takes to be a photo journalist when you’re not the only one shooting.
The photographic hides at Shenton Safaris offer the opportunity to observe Luangwa’s wildlife in its natural state without disturbance.
Photo safaris, Africa’s answer to aspiring wildlife photographers.
Here are 10 images that really encapsulate the best from a safari visit to Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game & Wilderness Reserve.
What wildlife documentary makers have to say about cameras in the bushveld.
The highveld electric storms are something spectacular to witness.
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.
Observing unusual hunting behaviour by a pod of orcas in Cape Town’s False Bay.
To help you on your way to possibly becoming Africa Geographic’s Photographer of the Year for 2015, here are 5 tips on how to take images that people will love to share.
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.