For many photographers, going on a photographic safari in Africa is right at the top of their bucket list… and for good reason!
This is one of the most incredible photo opportunities that anyone will ever live and in the end, it isn’t just about great photos, it is also about having an awesome life experience that you’ll never forget.
In 2019 I’ll be running photo safaris during two different times of year and both will offer unique wildlife photo opportunities that our groups will be able to capture with their cameras. In order to take better photos on safari, you’ll need to rethink some of the ways you shoot if this is not a familiar subject matter to you.
There are lots of things to consider when it comes to stepping up your wildlife photography, so in the webinar, we will be discussing:
- Lenses best suited for safaris
- When should I go on safari?
- Focusing in different situations
- Gear tips
- Staying safe on safari
- Photo safari vs. tourist safari
Running these photo safaris for Discovery Photo Tours is one of my all-time favorite things to do and I can’t wait to be back in Africa next year to share the experience all over again with a select few guests on another luxury adventure in Tanzania.
If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing the Big Five, witnessing the incredible river crossing at the Mara river, and so much more, then tune in to the show! These safaris have changed my life and I’m happy to share some insight with you about the journey and the experience of being on a photo safari in Africa.