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Views of Busanga Plains

Views of Busanga Plains

As we discovered in our feature on Kafue in issue 79, Zambia’s largest national park boasts an extraordinary diversity of habitat and wildlife, making it one of the most appealing in the whole of Africa. Travel from south to...

Luangwa in pictures

Luangwa in pictures

Since first visiting the Luangwa Valley in 1995, Cape Town-based photographer David Rogers has returned more than 25 times to capture the region’s landscapes on camera for books, magazines and lodges. He also arranges photographic safaris here. He cut...

Sands of time

Sands of time

This portfolio of captivating images explores the mystical ghost town of Kolmanskop, displaying it from every angle. This haunting place, half-buried in the Namib Desert, offers a singular glimpse into colonial times and demonstrates the supreme power that nature...

Desert bounty

Desert bounty

Julie Edwards is spellbound by the macro- and micro-fauna of the Namib Desert, a photographer’s dream We had three choices: the gorgeous Skeleton Coast, the iconic Etosha National Park or the Namib Desert. For us, lovers of deserts of...

Part of Africa

In the south-eastern corner of Botswana lies the Tuli Block, hugging the "great, grey-green, greasy Limpopo" to the south and spreading out to the horizon in a sea of trees and sandstone outcrops. A wild, hard land with abundant...

Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe

Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe

Few places speak to my soul as deeply as the Matobo Hills, just south of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. This rambunctious landscape is full of secrets, calling you to explore, to discover its hidden treasures. To climb up Imadzi hill, near...

Sweet silhouettes

Elephant Siloutte - Lou Coetzer

By Lou Coetzer The story I grew up with Africa’s amazing sunrises and sunsets, but somewhere along the way I stopped really looking at them. Perhaps I was just too focused on taking advantage of the golden light that...

Two birds, one stone

Two birds, one stone

Lou Coetzer illustrates how two very different scenes – one close, one far, one dynamic, one static – requiring vastly different depths of field, can be captured with the same lens combination and identical f-stop. 1. GIRAFFES The story...

Finding focus

African fish eagle - Lou Coetzer

Autofocus systems may have become more and more sophisticated over the past 25 years, but as Lou Coetzer explains, effort is still required from the photographer to capture the dramatic movement without a blur in sight. The story I...

Coping with low light

Coping with low light

Some of the most enthralling wildlife action occurs in early evening, when the light can be very tricky. As Lou Coetzer explains, it takes quick decision-making to predict where the picture might lie and to set your camera up...

Freezing the scene

Freezing the scene

Freezing the scene, by Lou Coetzer, uses an image from an exciting Etosha encounter to help you start to come to grips with depth of field. The Story The elephant bull appeared at the Etosha waterhole like a silent...

Anticipating the shot

Anticipating the shot

The success of Lou Coetzer’s images of lions playing owes as much to foresight as it does to technical know-how. He explains. The story For a period of six weeks I photographed at two secluded waterholes in northern Etosha,...

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