How to photograph wild Africa at night

Most people dream of snapping elephants at a waterhole, a leopard in a tree or the silhouette of a giraffe footnoting a vibrant sunset. But have you thought about photographing Africa’s nightlife? Here’s how to improve your night photography and learn how to take great pictures after dark. Words and images by Samuel Cox

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Update from the 2018 Hwange Game Count

Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park is famous for its elephants, with tens of thousands moving through the reserve each year. 23466 were recorded in 2018’s 24-hour game count, a fascinating long-term study that wouldn’t be possible without the enormous behind-the-scenes efforts of a range of conservation groups, plus a host of dedicated volunteers. Words and photos by Chris Davies

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