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  • Safari Photography – OPC Magazine

    Safari Photography – OPC Magazine

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      Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine have published a well put together 5 page spread covering my Mara Safari. Here are some of my favorite images and some I liked that didn’t quite make the cut. The article highlights the gear and techniques I commonly use as well as the essentials for booking a photo safari.…

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  • Two Lions, One Leopard

    Two Lions, One Leopard

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    Over the last 30 years I’ve been lucky enough to see many amazing things while on safari. Lion kills, cheetah kills, various animal interactions. This encounter featuring two lions and one leopard has to be one of the most unique. While leading a group in 2007 we were heading back to camp and came across…

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  • Aerial Photo Safari

    Aerial Photo Safari

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    The majority of my safari photography is at ground level. However, once in a while I take a group that’s looking to expand their creativity a aerial photo or two. Typically we take a small single prop and fly over several areas where the landscape and wildlife will provide some interesting compositions and scenes. Aerial…

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  • Running With The Beasts

    Running With The Beasts

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    It’s great to capture a standard set of wildebeest images in the Mara or Serengeti. At Exposure Tours I like to help guests push things further by experimenting with different styles and techniques. As we travel in a small group with each vehicle having only two photographers we have lots of time to get creative!…

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  • Spotted Hyena Encounter

    Spotted Hyena Encounter

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    Normally spotted hyenas don’t draw more than a few pictures unless they are with a kill or in pursuit of some prey. This active family was living under a rock outcrop in Amboseli. Three very young cubs still without their spots, Several a year or two older and three adults. The cubs were extremely inquisitive…

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  • Mara Six – Cheetah Family

    Mara Six – Cheetah Family

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    After a gestation period of around three months a cheetah can give birth to up to nine cubs. Unfortunately it’s common for 70% of her litter to be killed by hyenas and other predators. When I see cheetah cubs on safari I see an average of three, occasionally four cubs. Last month while leading a…

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  • Monkey Business

    Monkey Business

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    The Olive Baboon (Pabio anubis) Is quite common in Kenya. Having few predators except humans, crocodiles, lions and hyenas, troops can grow from around 50 to several hundred. On a recent visit to amboseli after an early morning game run and lunch in the field we came back to camp, most guests take this opportunity…

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  • Cheetah Encounter

    Cheetah Encounter

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    Cheetahs are relatively calm compared to the other big cats. The cubs tend to be a little more adventurous and of course playful and very curious. It’s not uncommon to have one jump onto a vehicle and sit on the roof, the extra height gives them a clear view of the surrounding area and any…

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  • A Birdwatchers Paradise

    A Birdwatchers Paradise

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                   According to the Guinness Book of Records Kenya stands above all other countries when it comes to bird watching. It has held the record for the most species sighted in a 24 hr period (342) since 1986!   Combined with outstanding wildlife it’s truly both a nature watcher and a…

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  • Montblac / Postcard from Paris

    Montblac / Postcard from Paris

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    I had been thinking of doing a Black and White set for a while so when a project involving a $1,000+ Montblanc Greta Garbo inspired pen came along it seemed like the perfect opportunity. The concept was fairly easy but as always the details require extra attention. Total planning time was around 4-5 months. I…

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