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Kyle Gordon


Kyle was born and raised in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. His childhood was spent scurrying barefooted along the banks of various rivers and dams, fishing rod ever-in-hand, enjoying the beauty and freedom of outdoors. Kyle obtained a degree in construction from UCT ...

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on A Journey into the Photographic Realm of Londolozi

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Photos and videos of the Londolozi experience are really a “must”. At home, when one feels homesick for the African bush, you can always look at these pictures and have the fondest memories of Londolozi and its great animal kingdom, its nice people and perfect camps.

I cannot give enough accolades for my experiences in the photo studio. My okay images became spectacular and some became award-winning. Londolozi is first-class in all they do.

Kyle, wonderful photos and great tips! The studio is the perfect place to take advantage of some editing and order a canvas print, a benefit underused by many of us. I hope to change that this year by allocating some studio time at least one day during my stay.

Well done Kyle. I always think it might be easier to use Londolozi’s gear rather than hump all that heavy stuff 10000+ miles from and to home. Plus that solves a big problem with Federal Air’s baggage weight limitations!!! And, I’m not sure folks realize the joy experienced as one watches Adobe Lightroom bring their images to life. Plus your printing capabilities are unsurpassed!

The studio Kyle is the perfect place to make your memories stay alive. So perfect in every way, even hiring of camera’s is an option if you are traveling from abroad. So many beautiful foto’s can come alive there in the studio using Light Room.

Master Tracker

Until I visited Londolzi I didn’t realise how ingrained the photo culture is , and how it enhances your visit .

Senior Digital Ranger

can’t wait to try out the studio. I dont think it was there back in 2011!

Since the studio opened I’ve been hiring a Nikon 80-400 lens, which is way heavier than I would want to carry. The problem is the leopard canvases you’ve printed off for me have now taken over our house….and we can’t afford another extension!

With Sean’s encouragement, I’ve moved from a point and shoot to being a fairly decent photographer. The lab has taken some of my imperfrct products and made wonderful images of them.

Kyle, thanks for the reminder of the great resource the Photographic Studio is! We always set up a time after our first game drives to check in with one of your team in the studio to make sure we are on track. We have enjoyed making prints and have many on the walls of our home!

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