Africa Photographic Safari Package
Africa Photographic Safari Package focuses exclusively on small group of three people. Africa Photographic Safari Package only take you to the most photo-productive African destinations. Incredible wildlife, jaw-dropping horizons, friendly local faces and unforgettable sunsets – Africa is a photographer’s paradise. Whether you’re a photography enthusiast, or just want a piece of Africa to take home and marvel at forever, snapping the perfect photo of a prowling lion or an inquisitive giraffe is a huge part of everyone’s Africa Photographic Safari Package.
Be part of a small group photo safari atmosphere where each wildlife photographer is guaranteed a FULL ROW of seats in our specially modified photo safari vehicles. We pay full attention to photographic details and the specific needs of both serious and amateur wildlife photographers. Exquisite wildlife photography requires knowledge, patience and dedication.
Photographers have unique needs when planning their safari. Yet any safari will be a photographers dream. For the real enthusiast, Africa Safari Bookings Advisor team can arrange Africa Photographic Safari Package trips that feature various levels of support to suit your style. You might be happy with a customized vehicle that allows fewer guests and has supports for your equipment.
Or you might prefer an Africa Photographic Safari Package trip with a full time photo host that provides assistance during the safari outings as well as during review sessions in camp. Some award-winning photographers guide trips on occasions for that ultimate shot and detailed learning experience you are after. Have a look at our Africa Photographic Safaris for inspirations. Or if you have a “dream” shot in mind, such as a cheetah in sprint, gorilla portrait or wildebeest migration, we can place you in the correct location at the right time.
Africa Photographic Safari Packages
- 13 Days Africa Predators Photographic Safari Package
- 11 Days Maasai Mara Migration Photographic Safari
- 9 Days Kenya Wildlife Photography Safari Package
- 10 Days Kenya Photography Safari Package
- 9 Days Tanzania Photography Safari Tour
- 11 Day Tanzania Photographic Tour Safari
- 11 Day Tanzania Photographic Safari Package
Photography is a fairly individual pursuit. It demands time and patience as well as an in-depth knowledge of local conditions and the subject, especially when your lens is trained on a wild creature. Keen photographers are often restrained on a general safari – they lack the freedom to stake out a waterhole for hours or wait patiently for a lion pride to catch up with a herd of buffalo. They often need a particularly experienced guide to keep them informed of the likely movement and behavior of the wildlife they are observing. The perfect safari, from a photographer’s point of view, is one that balances patient observation of the details with a sharp eye for dramatic opportunities that may arise.
Africa Photographic Safari Package
Naturally, specialist photographic safaris in Africa capitalize on the experience and knowledge of professional photo-guides – their ability to predict animal behavior means front-row seats to all the action. The second key advantage is exploring the wilderness in vehicles that have been custom-designed for photographers. Features such as swivel chairs, camera mountings and pop-up roofs give you the advantage of multiple angles and enhanced stability, in addition to making sure each photographer in the group has a good view.
Hone your photography skills and capture all the magic from your Africa Photographic Safaris game drives on a photographic safari — the ultimate tour for photography enthusiasts. These Africa Photographic Safaris holiday packages are led by professional photographers, so whether you choose to explore the grassy plains of Masai Mara or the swampy inland of Botswana, you’re guaranteed to come away with stunning images that will last a lifetime.
Wildlife photography tips for beginners
Wildlife photography is challenging, and producing great shots takes preparation, patience, and persistence. Here are a few beginner tips to help you get high-quality images every time.
Know your gear
This tip may sound obvious, but it’s absolutely crucial when it comes to wildlife photography in Africa. Some of the best sightings and action-packed moments often last for only a few fleeting seconds, and if you’re not familiar with the settings of your camera or the abilities of your chosen lens, you’ll end up missing out on fantastic Africa photo opportunities.
Always be prepared during your Africa Photographic Safari Package
When you’re photographing wildlife, you have to be ready at a moment’s notice. Always keep your lens attached to your camera, ensure your settings are already locked in, and keep your camera on your lap within easy reach at all times. The faster you can react, the more likely you’ll be able to capture an incredible moment.
Use the light to your advantage on your Africa Photographic Safari Package
One of the best ways to enhance your photos is to use spectacular light — the kind of light you get during dawn and dusk (also known as the golden hours in photography). This is when the sun is at its warmest hue and casts rich colors across the landscape — which provides the ideal lighting conditions and background for your subject.
Know your subject during your Africa Photographic Safari Package
Understanding your subject’s behavior is key to being a good photographer, especially when your subjects are completely unpredictable. Before you head on Africa Photographic Safaris, read up about the animals you’ll be photographing. What kind of habitat do they live in? Are they known for any specific or interesting behavior? Knowing your subject will give you a greater chance of capturing that perfect moment rather than just simply snapping a photo.
If you’re a photography enthusiast, you might want to consider booking an African photographic safari. Photography is a hobby shared by many. However, taking great wildlife photos requires dedication. By joining a photographic tour, you will avoid ending up with a group of people taking selfies at every sighting. Instead, you’ll be with people sharing your passion and dedication. Even if you’re accomplished as a photographer in another field, there’s still much you can learn from an experienced wildlife photographer and the skills of anticipating animal behavior. Wildlife photography on safari is unique in its need for patience and bush etiquette.