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March 5th 2019  |   Travel, Photography Safaris  |  by   David Murray

Our blog ‘6 camera choices for an African holiday’ gives a great round up on the types of camera you might consider on a safari holiday. This one tackles storage on-the-move and how to keep the equipment in best order while you are travelling.  We asked photographic safari specialist David ... Read more

August 28th 2018  |   Travel, Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Photography Safaris, Interviews  |  by   Olly Johnson

I’m Olly Johnson and amongst other things I am a wildlife photographer. I’ve been to Namibia and loved it, but since really getting into wildlife photography my main focus so far has been native wildlife in the UK and Europe.  However, I'm off to South Africa later this month and ... Read more

August 10th 2018  |   Travel, Photography Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

Stunning locations. Inspiring tuition. The handpicked destinations featured in our photography holidays are all rather photogenic and whether you are exploring the African wilderness or capturing your favourite wildlife subject on camera, a photographic safari is an unforgettable experience. Choose from a variety of photography safaris led by highly experienced guides to learn, improve and ... Read more

January 15th 2018  |   Botswana, Kenya, Photography Safaris, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe  |  by   Richard Smith

All safaris offer the chance for great photographs. Good guides will get you closer to wildlife than you might imagine and your biggest problem is likely to be sorting through the hundreds of photos you’ve taken.   One of the very best ways to get close-up shots – or just to ... Read more

January 11th 2018  |   Photography Safaris, Zambia  |  by   Renate

Matt Armstrong-Ford is a superb photographer, a qualified safari guide and has run safari camps and photographic safaris in a number of African countries. If you're looking to have someone alongside you with all these skills, who is also a great communicator, get in touch and we'll tell you how ... Read more

March 13th 2017  |   Photography Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

Instagram was my kids’ favourite social network before they moved on to Snapchat, but it certainly still has a place in their lives, and with 150 million daily active users it is one of the most popular social networks. From an Aardvark Safaris’ perspective, it is a great platform for ... Read more

March 2nd 2017  |   Wildlife Safaris, Photography Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

All safaris offer the chance for great photographs. Good guides will get you closer to wildlife than you might imagine. In fact you don’t necessarily even need a long lens as mentioned in my blog on 6 Best Cameras For A Safari. Your biggest problem is likely to be sorting the ... Read more

November 24th 2016  |   Photography Safaris, South Africa  |  by   Richard Smith

We see a lot of our clients’ wildlife photographs and we love it. It’s even more thrilling when their photos have been improved by help of a professional such as Andrew Aveley at Jaci’s in Madikwe. Best of all is a child on their first safari who has taken photos ... Read more

October 27th 2016  |   Travel, Kenya, Photography Safaris, Unique Experiences  |  by   Richard Smith

“Wow, who took that?” This was the reaction I got to the photograph above of the leaping caracal taken by Michelle Dyball. As safari experts we see a lot of wildlife photos but this was something special, as were many of the others on Ken and Michelle Dyball’s website. Ken and ... Read more

October 14th 2016  |   Travel, Wildlife Safaris, Photography Safaris, Shop  |  by   Richard Smith

Which Safari Camera? There’s no right answer to the question ‘Which camera is best for a safari holiday?’ since there’s not just one type of safari, nor will there be simply one kind of holiday photo you want to bring home. So let’s look at what cameras you might take ... Read more