Join me as your tour leader to an amazing photography workshop in Botswana and the Victoria Falls! This exclusive African safari will take you from the Okavango Delta, to the Chobe National Park and to the mighty Victoria Falls. In September 2014, accompany me and a small group to the trip that made me fall in love with wildlife photography.
Botswana Victoria Falls photography tour

Are you ready to spend your days between game drives, photo critiques, Photoshop tutorials, drinks around the fire and great company? We will be exploring the African savannah aboard customized vehicles that are almost fully open, with side mounts to lay our heavy lenses on. Everything is thought to maximize the photography experience, starting with only one person per row in the vehicles.

African Safari Customized Vehicles

The photograph below is an iconic capture of life in the African savannah.

springboks walking towards a lion

Two Springboks walking towards danger. This photograph was created in Botswana – Africa.

ISO 250 | f/7.1 | 1/500 | Av Mode with no manual exposure compensation | AI servo focus

This photograph was created with the Canon 300mm f/4 L IS USM lens (Canon 300mm f/4 L IS USM review), the Canon EOS 5D mark II supported on a bean bag. Have a look at the equipment I typically carry with me.

Those two Springboks are walking towards a male lion wandering about the African savannah. Big cat preys tend to be faster than their predators if they are given sufficient notice. African antelopes often directly face a predator or even start walking towards them to show that the cat has been spotted. It seems like an odd behavior, something you will certainly not see in a zoo!

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Steven

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