A trip report from my 2018 photo expedition to Churchill, Canada to photograph polar bears and Arctic wildlife
A photo story and trip report from my 2017 Polar Bear Expedition to Churchill. My small group trip was filled with polar bears and Arctic wildlife.
2017 was a busy year for photo tours all over the world with many wonderful guests and wildlife encounters underwater and above.
When I prepare to lead a safari group, I pack my safari photography kit with the minimal amount of equipment. With so much time spent on safari, I am able to assemble a refined collection of equipment that provides the coverage range for my most likely subjects.
A safari is an adventure and like all adventures it is full of stories and special moments.
Great photographs enhance and help tell the story. This post is a menu to what I feel are my best Safari Photo Stories
If you go on a safari, you will return with hundreds of stories from the wild: predator vs prey, survival, and cooperation among wildlife.
My two May 2017 safaris were filled with special wildlife encounters, good weather, good company with some really terrific guests. I have presented below what I felt were themes present in each safari that made it special.
Elephants are frequently our photo subjects while on safari. Their size, shape, intelligence, and trunk are just a few things that make them great subjects and very interesting. There are many opportunities for unique, beautiful, and descriptive images of elephants.
Adobe has released a new version of Lightroom CC which contains a new adjustment tool: The DeHaze slider. It is found in the FX menu of the Development module (way down toward the bottom of the list). I see how it works on a safari photo
We had many wonderful leopard moments over the course of our September safari groups. This evening game drive was especially nice: we tracked a male leopard named Tingana while he went on his early evening rounds