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David Dampier

Financial Manager

David left the bright lights of Johannesburg and a promising career as a chartered accountant to join the Londolozi Ranging team in 2009. After three years spent as a guide, during which he built up a formidable reputation as one of Londolozi's top ...

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on Leopards Of Londolozi #17

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Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

As usual, a stunning collection of images this week David. I sincerely enjoyed the last image, very different and hard to achieve an ‘arty’ effect without making the photo look amateurish. You did very well to capture the motion of the leopard. Can you remember what your shutter speed was for this pic?
Rich

David Dampier
Financial Manager

Thanks Rich, the shutter speed was 1/5 of a second, so exceptionally slow.

Sheena
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Fabulous shots, each and every one …

Jody
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As usual, a joy to see and to read. Thank you, and thanks for the camera tip. Wonderful

Raisa
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I’ve been following your blog a couple of years now. How does all the leopards of Londolozi area look so fit, healthy and well groomed, or is it just because you are all so good photographers?:)

That Short Tail male’s neck.. wow! Love also those low shutter speed pics.

Successful New Year 2012 to You All!

Penny Parker
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This is an incredible set of photo’s. Short Tail is looking very large!

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Short Tail is the MAN!!

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