Sabi Sabi has played host to many of the world’s top wildlife photographers over the past 30 years. Few places in Africa can offer a photographer up close and personal encounters with Africa’s wildlife like Sabi Sabi. This, combined with a highly trained safari team, will ensure the very best opportunities and placement to achieve these once-in-a-lifetime shots.
It is very important to be in the right place at the right time but also to be prepared.
It appeared that he was hunting mice – he would dash from one spot to another.
While we were observing the commensialistic symbiosis between the birds and the rhino…
Every 30 days the moon rises just after sunset and normally it looks spectacular.
To capture a swallow in flight with a mouthful of mud has always been something…
With this leopard portrait, the young male leopard was sitting on top of a termite mound…
The insects are starting to emerge and along with insects come frogs!
Recently one of our resident prides broughp down at least 3 buffalo…
Digital processing is becoming a major part of “new world” photographers…
I eagerly awaited the first thunderstorm of this summer….and it finally arrived!
The most important part of this composition was getting the background right…
The oxpecker had now made its way to her head which might make for a good picture.
Rhinos are prehistoric looking mammals forming part of the Big Five found at Sabi Sabi
My eyes are always scanning for photographic opportunities.
It was a lovely afternoon and the warm sun was starting to throw soft light into the bush.
I managed to capture this image, with the spotted hyena staring in the leopard’s direction
It is always a challenge to try and portray movement within a single frame.
It was just then that I realized that it does not happen every day…
In order to capture an image of a bird in flight you need to freeze the motion of the bird.
We were in time to see the sun go down, the colors change and watch the full moon rise.
Rim lighting can often give an extremely powerful effect if used correctly.
While trying to take the perfect photograph for Earth Hour, I sat playing with my camera trying to get the exposures correct;
Just changing the angle can change the whole look of the photo…
Taking photos at night using the spotlight or even a flash can be very challenging.
Capturing the stars and the Milky Way in all their glory can seem rather intimidating…
With technology moving the way it is, photography is becoming more and more in-depth.
This has got to be one of my favorite leopard photos.
There are those days when the animals are not creating any specific action…
Another great effect can be achieved by capturing only the silhouette of the animal.
Africa is often characterised by its iconic sunsets.
In my humble opinion, one of the most difficult images to capture is a beautiful landscape.
Capturing a great picture of the stars is always a difficult task.