The finalists in Africa Geographic’s World Rhino Day competition including the ultimate winner of the Bushnell Binoculars.
A selection of incredible images from Kwando Safaris’ photography competition.
Stephan Welz & Co, one of South Africa’s top auction houses, has decided to include two wildlife photographs by Hannes Lochner for auction in October.
World Rhino Day is on the 22nd of September 2014 and over the next week we at Africa Geographic, along with Bushnell Binoculars, invite you to take part in our #WorldRhinoDay photographic competition!
Incredible prizes to be won in the Majete Wildlife Reserve photographic competition. Click here for further details.
Here are the top five images from Africa Geographic’s August Picture of the Month competition.
Bryan Pereira of Exposure Tours tells us the best way to photograph elephants.
Bizarre camera trap footage of a genet hitching a ride on some buffalo.
An outstanding sequence of images of a giraffe giving birth in the Mara Triangle.
There is so much more to Malawi than just its lake… this we know for sure. But my, oh my, what an exquisite lake it is.
Join us on a “WOW” pictorial journey through Kenya.
Scott Ramsay spends the day flying with the anti-poaching team over the Kruger.
5 cute baby animal pictures from Africa to make you smile!
Jeremy sets out birding in Arabuko Sokoke forest, a fragile green jewel of Kenya’s coastline.
Marlon du Toit reminisces about the good old days of wildlife photography where photos transported the viewer into another world, a world filled with danger and excitement and exploration.
Exposure Tours talks about photographing a moving animal, like the mother lioness they came across in Nairobi National Park.
Some tips and tricks on preparing for your first photo safari along with a list of what you should pack.
Here are the top 5 five images in Africa Geographic’s July Picture of the Month competition.
A black-breasted snake eagle is dive-bombed by a drongo in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
A crocodile sends fish guts flying and leaves guests gobsmacked one fine lazy day fishing in the Chobe.
Guests comment on a successful photographic expedition to Kariega Game Reserve
Watch as Alison Nicholls helps in the painting of a school in rural Tanzania.
Africa Geographic encounters a rare melanistic serval in Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park.
Turns out watering-holes in the Kgalagadi are a great place to grab food on the wing if you’re a black-backed jackal
In order to create awareness about World Elephant Day on the 12th of August Africa Geographic has set up a photographic competition with excellent prizes to be won. May the best Elephant photograph win!
Belgium teenager, Axelle Despiegelaere, loses modeling contract with L’Oreal, a cosmetic giant that: “no longer tests on animals,” after controversial hunting photograph, of her with a dead oryx, emerges during the World Cup.
A rare photograph of an elusive Shelley’s crimsonwing. There is only one other known photographed of this threatened bird.
Chloe, recalls her uniques experience: seeing the endangered white-backed vultures mating in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
In the month of June we received some great images in our the Picture of the Month competition! Here are the favourite five photos as voted for by you, our fans.
Scott proves that iSimangaliso Wetland Park lives up to its name: “place of wonders” in isiZulu. South Africa’s first world heritage site does not disappoint for those armed with a camera and a zoom lens.
Scott Ramsay writes about his experience with the charismatic Peter Timm, the legendary deep sea diver and his life with coelecanths in Sodwana Bay; who has recently passed away.
Scott Ramsay adventures take him to iSimangaliso Wetland Park on the east coast of South Africa, where he indulges in the underwater treasures of the ocean at Rocktail bay.
Gallery Earth brings the seldom seen artistry of the aerial landscape into the home in this video.
Thank you for all the entries for our May Picture of the Month competition! Here are the top five photos as voted for by you on our Facebook and Google + pages.
The only thing that beats a GoPro on Safari is a flying GoPro!
Underwater photographer and journalist Aaron Gekoski finds beauty in the most unusual of places; fish eyes.
The month of April saw a wide selection of interesting African pictures entered into our Picture of the Month photographic competition. Our Facebook and Google + fans voted for their favourites and herewith are the top five photos for the month of April!
Over the years BeetleCam has evolved, and Will Burrad-Lucas is now releasing the latest results from the BeetleCam Project and announcing a new version of the remote control buggy, the BeetleCam Hybrid.
Stunning images of a mass of over 100 crocodiles feeding on a dead hippo in the Luangwa River.
Here are the top five pictures for our Picture of the Month March 2014 competition as voted by our Facebook and Google+ fans.
Albie Venter loves the Masai Mara, Kenya – he says that being able to witness and photograph nature’s incredible events in this stunning area is a worthy addition to anyone’s bucket list.
The Save Our Seas Foundation believes photography is a powerful tool for raising awareness about marine conservation. In an effort to help preserve life in our oceans, the foundation has set aside US$40 000 to invest directly in marine conservation photographers of the future.
When the summer thunderstorms arrive, the Golden Gate Highlands National Park in the Free State province of South Africa turns into a green mountain paradise.
Here are the top five pictures for our Picture of the Month February 2014 competition as voted by our Facebook and Google+ fans.
Photos show a love for Namibia, with its majestic dunes and wild animals.
A camera’s histogram is a graph which details the tonal range of your photograph. Chris Martin gives us some tips on how to use it to get perfect exposure.