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Megan Kane-Berman

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Megan grew up at Londolozi, where her love for nature blossomed. With a degree in Visual Studies and Social Media Marketing, her journey came full circle when she joined the dynamic Londolozi Creative Hub, where her love for nature and visuals finds its ...

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Senior Digital Ranger

Great tips. cant wait to use them in June!!!

Thank you, Mark. We’re looking forward to your visit in June!

Senior Digital Ranger

What stunning pictures!

Thank you, Sandra! I’m glad you enjoyed them.

I took advantage of the Photographic Studio one of the first years that it was available. My pretty good images were transformed into some of the best images I’ve ever taken. I highly encourage use of this incredible service and the talented folks who work there.

I’m thrilled that you were able to make use of our Photographic Studio, Jeff!

Thank you for your tips on the photography front. I am sure we will all be able to learn from you story. Such stunning foto’s and I think in the studio you can work magic to foto’s you want print.

My pleasure Valmai. Thank you so much for reading.

Thanks for your insights Meagan. Photography is not an exact science but following certain rules can be very rewarding.

My pleasure, William. I agree, it can be incredibly rewarding.

I used to bring 2 Canons and 3-4 lenses that my husband and I shared. But the weight and awkwardness finally made us switch gear. We brought a Sony RX10 Mark 4 with us last year and we were thrilled with the images we were able to capture. I used the Photographic Studio years ago, learned so much and continue to edit with Lightroom at home – definitely a great experience to have taken advantage of!

That’s great to hear, Mary Beth!

Good tips Megan and always appreciated. The photos you attached were quite wonderful and something to aspire to achieve, although it looks like I’m out of luck on the leopard cub front, since I am currently here. But there are so many other fantastic birds, mammals, plants and trees, in addition to the Sand River crossings that there is never a time when you can’t find a subject to shoot.

Thank you, Denise. I hope you have a wonderful stay with us!

Master Tracker

And always try and treat animal portraiture as human portraiture , look into the eyes wherever possible

Senior Digital Ranger

Too bad you don’t have a Sony 400mm f2.8 for rent 🤷‍♀️

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