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Wouda Interviews Award-Winning Wildlife Photographer Paul Souders

He isn’t scared of getting up close and personal with his subjects and prefers to travel alone. This independent wildlife photographer is as much an adventurer as he is a photographer and has lived at a whopping 26 different addresses in the past [...]

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Gear up for Wildlife Photography with Paul Souders

There’s nothing like learning from the best, so sit up and take notice as expert and inspirational wildlife photographer, Paul Souders, shares everything from his personal experiences with apex predators to gear must-haves for your trips. [...]

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Wouda Interviews Local Avian Photographer Isak Pretorius

With a name synonymous with birding and photography in South Africa, we are so happy to know that despite his busy schedule Isak took some time to answer our questions. Buying his first camera and big lens Isak Pretorius has always loved nature, specifically [...]

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Wouda Interviews Wildlife Photographer Brendon Cremer

Out of the 6 years he’s been working as a full-time photographic guide, he’s spent at least two of those years on safari; waking up before sunrise. No wonder that when Brendon’s at home he wants to sleep late! We consider ourselves really lucky [...]

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Wouda Interviews Local Photographer Kobus Saayman

The Makgadikgadi Migration is the second largest zebra migration in Africa; it usually starts in March and goes across the Kalahari Desert. The zebras migrate every year in search of better grazing pastures. Kobus Saayman, an old friend here at Outdoorphoto, takes us through [...]

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Tiyani turns one!

Tiyani turns one! Watching a leopard cub grow up in the Sabi Sands. As a photographic safari guide, I get to witness amazing things in the bush – lions and hyenas battling it out over a fresh buffalo kill, giraffes giving [...]

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Botswana Part III – Chilling on the Chobe

Read Part I & Part II PART III: Feedback from the two days spent on the Chobe River on a recent Tusk Photo Botswana Overland Tour. Our Botswana Overland Tour was slowly coming to an end and after four leopard and wild dog filled [...]

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