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Pin cushions and pelargoniums by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
With the global wonder of Table Mountain as its icon, the Western Cape is also the centre of the Cape Floristic Kingdom that is one of the world’s richest biodiversity and scenic hotspots. The coastline and marine environments are amongst the most diverse on the planet as a result of the mixing of the Agulhas and Benguela currents. All...
Langebaan lagoon from the air by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Aerial photography, although challenging, can be extremely rewarding and provides photographic perspectives that are seldom viewed. It is however not as easy at it might seem and given the costly nature of this type of photography and the speed that your photographic platform is moving at, it is best to be well-prepared so as to ensure successful image...
Purple Vygies and blue sky by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The Northern Cape offers some the best wildlife photography and outdoor photographic opportunities that South Africa has to offer. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is the best known of these, but there are also many other excellent photodestinations. Twelve of our top photodestinations are highlighted here.
lesser flamingo flock by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
In the Rift Valley of Kenya lies a network of Soda Lakes that attract thousands of flamingoes, pelicans and over 450 other bird species to their shores, associated bushy grasslands and woodlands. Lake Nakuru National Park is probably the best known of these, being home to large herds of antelope and plenty predators. It is a top photodestination for...
Lesser flamingo mayhem by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Photography is an art form. It is about using your own individual creative vision and ability to capture a moment in time. By Maximising the potential of your equipment and manipulating the availability of light you can nurture and expand your own creativeness and move beyond technically perfect images!
Cape Gannets preening by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
I am often asked which my favourite wildlife photographic experience has been. It is then expected that I mention something that renders from the bushveld where the "Big Five roam - something like the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti or watching a pride of lions pulling down a large Cape buffalo bull – the stuff that Africa is made...
Dwesa coastline at dawn by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
South Africa is blessed with one of the richest and most diverse coastlines and marine environments on the planet. Extending for nearly 3500km’s between the Mozambique border and Kosi Bay in the east and the Orange River estuary bordering Namibia in the west, our coastline offers incredible opportunities for landscape photography.
The sea has long held our fascination and the interface of land and sea, the coastline, draws us to her shores. South Africa has a diverse coastline providing countless, often dramatic, opportunities for taking stunning landscape photographs.
A Lioness eyes the photographer
A wildlife photography trip to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park must rank highly on every wildlife photographer's top places to visit.
Mozambique ladies in the mist by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
As 2013 slips away into history and with the dawning of 2014 in the New Year, I spent some time reflecting on the highs and low’s of the year and realised that photographically, it was a challenging, exciting and extremely interesting year.
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