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Rob Crankshaw


Rob Crankshaw joined the Londolozi family in early 2015 and, almost as soon as he arrived, was bitten by the photography bug. His alternative approach and different view on what constitutes an exciting photographic subject at Londolozi, along with his keen eye for ...

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on Photographic Journal: The Sun Sets on Another Summer in Macro

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Stunning images Rob. The smaller things are sometimes the most interesting.

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Great set of macro images well done rob

Ian Thomas
Guest contributor

Beautiful Rob I particularly like the muted image of the Russet Bushwillow. It has everything; shapes, contours, texture and shading. The wings look like blades.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Fascinating images, Rob! The spider, the chameleon, the marbled tree snake – I have a wholly different appreciation! I’m in awe!

Al Kaiser
Guest contributor

Always great Rob! If I knew it was a marble tree snake you were after, I would have called you to Varty 9 last year. Needed Dave Strachan to come get it out from under the bed.

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

The Painted Reed Frog photo is amazing, even by Londolozi standards

Jeff Rodgers
Digital Tracker

Great images . . . I particularly like the photo of the chameleon foot. Images like this get me as a wildlife photographer thinking about other perspectives other than the typical ‘focus on the creature’s eyes.’

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Amazing macro images. I’m awestruck! What size macro lens were you using? I’ve a Nikon 105 and find macro challenging as far as the depth of field. You seem to have found the sweet spot!!

Mj Bradley
Senior Digital Ranger

Thank you for the wonderful photography.. my favorite is the foot of the chameleon, it looks like very intricate beadwork!

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