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African Photo Safari

Photo Tips for African Safari

Auto-ISO for wildlife photography
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Why Use Auto ISO for Wildlife Photography

Why use Auto ISO for Wildlife Photography Why use auto ISO for wildlife photography you ask? Digital cameras are so far advanced today that it is sometimes difficult to know which settings to choose in each situation.The opportunity to shoot wildlife in all its natural glory doesn’t come around too

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Etosha National Park in Namibia
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What is the Etosha Pan

The Etosha Pan is the jewel in the crown of The Etosha National Park; it’s easy to see why. It covers 4800km², measuring 130kms long and 50kms in its widest parts; it is the largest salt pan in Africa. The flat, oval-shaped pan accounts for almost one-quarter of the National

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Bush People of Namibia
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Bush People of Namibia and South Africa

The bush people of Namibia or sometimes called the San People are one of the oldest Indigenous tribes on the planet.  They continue to wear traditional clothing and carry on their traditional culture.  Their traditions are very old and stretch hundreds of years.  They are true hunters of nature and

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Sossusvlei dunes
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Lets go photograph the Sossusvlei Dunes

Lets go photograph the Sossusvlei Dunes The Sossusvlei Dunes are in the middle of the Namib desert, in the stunning Namib-Naukluft Park, nestled between the Skeleton Coast and the gravelly Naukluft mountains. Sossusvlei is a large salt-clay pan surrounded by the largest and most spectacular sand dunes in the world. There are huge, orangey-red mountains

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African Photo Tour - Sossusvlei
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Lets go see Sossusvlei Photo Hotspots

The entire landscape is picturesque; some areas lend themselves to professional quality shots; we call these Sossusvlei Photo Hotspots.If your conception of the Namib Desert is just sand as far as the eye can see, head to the southern region. In the middle of the Namib-Naukluft National Park, you will

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big daddy in sossusvlei
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Visiting Big Daddy in Sossusvlei

No visit to Namib-Naukluft National Park in the Namib desert is complete without a trip to see the Sossusvlei sand dunes. Similarly, it just isn’t the done, it’s not right to go the dunes and not visit its highest sand dune, Big Daddy in Sossusvlei. Standing at a mind-boggling 325m

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Our Best Photo Tips for African Safari

Let us take you to where the lions, elephants, giraffe and other animals all roam free. Where the sunset and sunrise are a daily photo opportunity.  Lets, photograph the night sky,  the milky way is to die for. 

African Photography Safaris have become more affordable for the hobbyist and amateur photographers in the last few years.   Today’s photo buffs who tour Africa can show their friends what they photographed through their passion and creativity for African cultures, its diverse wildlife and spacious landscapes.  However, as a photo buff or even professional photographers we are always looking for new tips and tricks for African safari.  With there being so much to photography in Africa, learning new techniques or brushing up on the old ones, before heading out on the safari will help insure we capture the best of the best when we need to. 
Do you know what to take with you, cloths to pack, which camera gear is the best, or are you inquisitive what we carry while on the safari?  
We strive here at African Photo Safari to bring you the latest tips and tricks insuring that your experience with us will be awesome.  For some, a trip to Africa is a once in a lifetime opportunity. We want you to capture the best photos possible while you’re with us.  To ensure that you have the correct camera gear, clothing and information before your journey, spend a few minutes reading through our blogs. If you have any questions drop us a message we love talking about our experiences and have a passion for helping others.

The only man I envy is the man that has not yet been to Africa. For he has so much to look forward to.

Richard Mullen
photo tips for African safari

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