Guide to Wildlife Photography

Get the most out of your wildlife photography

Our wildlife photography guide is desigined to help you get the most out of your wildlife encounters.

Get to know your target subject and learn to use your equipment correctly to create amazing photographs.

Stunning images of the world’s majesctic animals should not be only for the professionals.

Learn where to travel for wildlife, what gear to use and get inspiration to make your next wildlife trip memorable. And bring home as many great photos as possible.

Wildlife Photography of specific animals

Elephant Photography

Elephant Photography

Do you dream of photographing elephants in the wild? Is the end goal of all your wildlife photography to get the perfect image of an elephant? This...

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Tiger Photography

Tiger Photography

If you are a wildlife photographer, you have probably dreamed of photographing a tiger in the wild. Even if you are just a beginner wildlife...

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Lion Photography

Lion Photography

Lions are a priority for most safari-goers. If you are traveling to Africa to see a lion, you will undoubtedly want to bring home an image worthy of...

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The Big Five vs the Small Five Animals

The Big Five vs the Small Five Animals

The Small Five Animals Everybody who dreams of an African Safari knows all about the Big Five. During the early years of African exploration by white colonists, they encountered five animals that were almost mythological in their difficulty to hunt. Of course, today,...

Eight of the Best National Parks for Wildlife

Eight of the Best National Parks for Wildlife

Embark on a journey into the heart of the wild, where untamed beauty and the pulse of nature weave together in a tapestry that spans continents. From the vast, open savannas where the Earth stretches out to touch the sky to the dense, ancient forests where the air is...

Ten Amazing Wildlife Spectacles

Ten Amazing Wildlife Spectacles

There is wildlife everywhere on our beautiful planet. However, in our modern world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to see wild animals up close. In many areas, wildlife has been decimated by damaging agricultural practices, poor governance, and simply...

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