Many of us dream of criss-crossing the continent and sitting around the campfire every night. For a small group of people these dreams are daily life. Photographer Heinrich van den Berg reflects on travelling the remote parts of Africa.
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
Wildlife photographer extraordinaire Hannes Lochner is no stranger to some of Africa’s wildest places. After spending two and a half years behind the camera in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, his captivating coffee table book, Planet Okavango, has seen the light. By Arnold Ras