Which destination is for you? “Photographing wildlife is exhilarating to say the least. To be able to encourage people to feel the emotions I do for the subject in my frame, just by looking at my image, is testament to the
Borneo, in Southeast Asia, is the third largest island in the world and is shared by three countries; Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia. Not so long ago it was covered with lush tropical forests, teeming with wildlife. But nowadays, it’s mostly
You don’t have to travel far from home to hone your skills in bird photography. A local park, nature reserve or even your garden is the perfect location to get started and get practicing. Over the past few years the
I have had the privilege of travelling around the globe with my guests. Each photo tour, each guest, each experience is as inspiring as the last as I am able to assist in making my guests travel dreams and photographic
A flock of flamingos in flight over wetlands, a bontebok resting in the savanna, a crocodile waiting in ambush at the water ’ s edge… by drawing attention to the beauty that surrounds them, animals are ambassadors of their environment.
Ignacio YúferaPanama is a relatively small but extremely varied and wildlife-rich country that has a lot to offer as a neotropical photographic destination. Being the southernmost portion of Central America, its wildlife and avifauna comprises of South American species not
For many animal species, when the sun disappears below the horizon their activity continues on into the dark. Photographing wildlife after dark opens a new world for the nature photographer. Technical challenges and persistence is key to successful night photography