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Alistair Smith

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Alistair guided at Londolozi from late 2016 to late 2017. Despite only a short stint here, he made a great impression on the guests he drove and formed a great bond with tracker Euce Madonsela. His photography is excellent, and is a passion ...

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on 10 Best Tips For Wildlife Photography

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Jeff Rodgers
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All the basics, but sometimes too easy to forget. For many guests on a game drive, the safari is a once in a lifetime experience. Sometimes putting the camera down and just drinking in the animals and landscape with your eyes can make for lasting memories.

Nereda Leary
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Thanks for that information, we are going on safari soon so will keep it in mind.

Kabir
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These are some very cool pictures. I liked your point about being eye level and hope to try it soon.

Senior Moment
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8,9 &10 are so important. It pays to get as low down as possible and always look for the animals eyes in the same way you would with a human portrait. The sad thing is that leopards really don’t understand when you ask them to look this way. Sadly I think Alistair has missed one of the golden rules for wildlife photography -always make sure you have a fully charged second battery at hand.

Amy Attenborough
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So true Ian. A fully charged battery and a spare memory card 🙂 Great blog Al!

Jill Larone
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Great tips Alistair — thank you for an informative blog with lots of good advice!

Really informative article. Spending some time with subject and understanding their behaviour is what i found very important for getting a good shot.
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Govind Vijayakumar

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