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.
Photographs from the Chobe River by Africa Albida Tourism’s in-house photographer Claire Write.
Fiona Ayerst provides 10 useful tips to remember when photographing underwater.
Hyenas playing at their den in the Amboseli National Park.
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.
Will Burrard-Lucas shows us how to turn an old DSLR into a high quality camera trap.
Africa Geographic Travel’s photographic safari to Madikwe Game Reserve with Francois van Heerden was a great success!
A good photographer always has the right tools. A great photographer uses tools to great effect.
A photobook celebrating all of Rwanda that will contribute to helping to support schools helped by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund.
Felix Reinders tells us how to take landscape photographs that are postcard-perfect.
The Sarcastic Lens is a photobook designed to show that ordinary people can take extraordinary photographs.
Adding that something extra to your wildlife photography.
John de Jager explores the beauty of the Kalahari on a photographic safari.
A recent educational photographic tour around the Cape Peninsula helps Chris appreciate the beauty of his home town.
Some creative photography techniques to use when photographing wildebeest.
Some good advice for all you aspiring wildlife photographers!
Here are the five best images from Africa Geographic’s last Picture of the Month competition.
16 year old wildlife photographer, David Rosenzweig, is selling prints of his photos to raise money for Rhinos Without Borders.
A photographic celebration of baobabs in memory of Nick Hiltermann, one of the owners of Tuli Safari Lodge, who passed away recently.
A python proves that its bark-like camouflage scales are just as bad as its bite when it kills a turtle dove.
The top five photos from Africa Geographic’s October Picture of the Month competition.
Hannes Lochner, runner up for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in 2013, sold one of his spectacular photos for R32 000 on auction with Stephan Welz & Co.
A look at cheetah and hyena cubs – we can’t decide which is cuter!
Scott learns to appreciate the smaller creatures and more stationary objects in the Kruger, when he can’t find a leopard.
Scott soaks up the natural wonders of Kruger: lions, bull elephants, happy hippo herds and hidden leopards.
Will Burrard-Lucas’ wildebeest time-lapse video has been commended in the new time-lapse category of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Here is a photo collection to showcase the magnitude of wildlife sightings you can experience with just 24 hours in the Maasai Mara!
Botswana’s Chobe River is one of the best places to view and photograph magnificent African elephants.
After being selected by an international panel of judges, the winners of the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have been announced with great results for a number of South African photographers.
Planning a holiday to the Namib desert? Gerald Cubitt’s book Natural Splendours of Namibia has you covered.
A selection of great bird images from the Kruger region.
The top five photos for the month of September – a selection of interesting African pictures.
Tuli Safari Lodge in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana, must be one of the only places in Africa that can guarantee excellent sightings of elephant shrews.
Africa Geographic Travel recently ran its first photographic workshop at Samara Private Game Reserve with Mark Drysdale and what a success it was!
Wonderful photographs of golden backlit lions playing in the dust.