Topic : Travellers share their experiences during Covid
The good news is travel has started opening up and a number of intrepid travellers are already taking advantage of these times to do a safari.
Master photographers favourite wildlife destination
Behind the camera - Pied Kingfisher photo explained by Darren Donovan
C4 Atelier proudly sponsored two free subscriptions to our Atelier to the Botswana Wildlife Photographer of the year winner and the runner-up.
Many years ago I followed a very specific leopard in the Mashatu Game Reserve of Botswana for a few days.
There are so many wildlife photography competitions out there, how do you know which ones are worth your time and effort to enter? Sophie Stafford has compiled a list of some competitions worth considering, from the most prestigious to little-known gems.
How to achieve success in nature photo competitions
Many wildlife photographers dream of seeing their name on a huge, many paged photo story in a glossy nature magazine, but it's not always easy to get your work published. Magazine editor Sophie Stafford has compiled her top tips to help you improve your chances.
Government has relaxed South Africa’s level 1 lockdown rules around international travel, allowing visitors from any country provided they follow health and safety guidelines.
Firstly, we would like to convey our sincere thanks to you for your commitment to a safari trip during these times. Ultimately it is not about us, but the lodges and the wildlife that need the support.
As of 01 October 2020, South African borders started re-opening, and while we look forward to welcoming tourists back, the opening of our borders comes with a caveat as a Risk Adjusted Approach is being adopted.
It’s that time of the year again – Wildlife photographers from around the world wait in anticipation for the announcement of the 2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards.