Slowly, slowly is the trick to shooting lions yawning. Watch, wait and follow the action.

The trick to getting sharp photographs of a lion yawning

There is a trick to getting sharp photographs of a lion yawning. It’s usually late in the day when they start becoming active and much grooming […]
Maasai giraffe, or the Kilimanjaro giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis tippelskirchi) amongst Baobab trees. Ruaha National Park. Tanzania

Shooting Panoramas

I really enjoy shooting panoramic photographs. I just love the format and there are a number of tricks that you can employ to make shooting them […]
Blue wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) crossing the Mara River. Serengeti National Park. Tanzania

Who says everything must be sharp?

I’ve heard it said that for a photograph to work, it has to have something in crisp focus – sharp. This includes images where the photographer […]
This young African leopard (Panthera pardus pardus) charged so unexpectedly, leaving no time at all to think. Getting the pic meant having the right camera settings and shooting instinctively.

Default Camera Settings

We’re often asked what the best settings are for your camera when driving around a game reserve. The thing with wildlife photography (and a few other […]