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Botswana Wildlife Spectacular: Tour Report 2018

Our group assembled for the 2018 Botswana Wildlife Spectacular at the Thamalakane River Lodge near Maun. This pleasant, quiet establishment beside a tributary of the Okavango River was a great place to unwind after the long journey to Southern Africa, and the lodge gardens and riverfront provided us with our first photographic opportunities, including improbably […]

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Japan Winter Wildlife Spectacular: Tour Report 2019

Our February 2019 Japan Winter Wildlife Spectacular photography tour kicked off with a flight southwards from Tokyo to the southernmost main island of Japan, Kyushu. As our plane approached Kagoshima we could see the smoking volcanoes that surround the city and also the complete lack of snow that is typical of the mild winters so […]

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The Art of Photographing Wildlife in Action

Witnessing unusual or rarely observed animal behaviour whilst on a Wild Images photography tour is par for the course. Yet, nature’s magical moments are often fleeting, fast-paced and rather unpredictable. Consequently, managing to successfully photograph quick moving subjects can be quite challenging, even for seasoned professionals. Fortunately, we have some useful tips that will help […]

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Omo Valley: The Extraordinary Tribal People of Southern Ethiopia Tour Report 2019

In February Wild Images undertook its inaugural tour to the stunning Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. In this region if you happen to chance upon a nomadic cattle camp, the Suri stick fighting match or Donga and a Hamer Bull Jumping ceremony, you will be excessively lucky to see all three in one journey to […]

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Effective use of Negative Space

Whether you’re using DSLR, mirrorless or point-and-shoot, today’s camera systems are jam-packed with incredible features to support photographers at all levels. Intelligent autofocus and tracking, high ISO image quality, super-smart metering and much more, greatly contribute to every photographer’s imaginative output. In spite of this, there is one creative component in photography that’s beyond the […]

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Photographing Nature in Harsh Light

Overcoming the challenges of shooting in difficult and or tough lighting conditions is a topic that comes up quite a lot on Wild Images photography tours, especially those trips where you’ll be spending the majority of the day out in the field. We’ve all been there – the beautiful red, orange and yellow hues post […]

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Why The World Needs Vultures

At Wild Images we specialise in photography tours that get you up-close and personal with the world’s most iconic wildlife in some of the most spectacular locations on the planet. We’re also passionate advocates for lesser-known species, especially those that are overlooked, misunderstood and or under threat. One such species is the vulture. When eminent […]

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Polar Bears: Seven Ice-Cool Facts

If there’s one species on a Wild Images Svalbard photography tour, that tugs at ones heartstrings, evokes thoughts of exploration and conjures up the very spirit of the Arctic wilderness, it has to be the majestic polar bear. Possibly one of the most instantly recognisable, most well loved and most iconic species on the planet, […]

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Walking with Pumas!

We’ve recently returned from an incredible journey to the stunning Torres Del Paine region of Chile where Inger and Mark were walking wild Pumas.  A summary of the work they shot there is below. We loved it so much we have planned future trips in September 2019, April 2020 and September 2020.  We hope you […]

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Madagascar: A World Apart Tour Report 2018

The second Wild Images photo tour of Madagascar was another great success, resulting in some even better photographic encounters with some of the ‘Eighth Continent’s’ most enigmatic wildlife than last time. From the outrageously confiding Long-tailed Ground Roller of the Spiny Forest of southwest Madagascar, found nowhere else in the world, to the equally tame […]

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