South Africa – Women Only MalaMala Photo Tour 2022
Please note that costs & dates for 2022 tours are subject to change as not all our partner properties and local airlines have released their rates. Should we need to revise costs, we will endeavour to keep fees & dates as close to the original.
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOPICS COVERED
Equipment setup – camera body, lenses, flashes, tripods etc
Discussing envisaged photographic subjects and how to photograph them
Learning to use light
Composition – classic rule of thirds, and when to break the rules
Story telling with your images – what are you wanting to portray and what message does your photograph deliver
Processing of images
11 Oct 2022 – 16 Oct 2022
ORYX is proud to present a carefully crafted expedition to South Africa’s famed MalaMala Game Reserve for women only, with Photo Tour Leader Penny Robartes.
ORYX’s new product, “Women on Safari”, has been conceptualized and designed to offer women who lust for exploring our wild destinations with camera in hand a selection of tours that brings the excitement into traveling to new areas to learn and master how to best utilize your camera and capture your photographic vision, all in an environment of support and comradery.
Whether solo or traveling with another, joining a tour filled with other independent, creative women is motivating and empowering as you share, learn and create experiences, memories and photographs together.
MalaMala Game Reserve in South Africa lies strategically sandwiched between the Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. This well-preserved wilderness is a magnet to some of Africa’s most sought-after wildlife species, as well as a host of smaller creatures, and is acclaimed as offering the best Leopard viewing on the continent.
Join your Photo Tour Leader, Penny Robartes, on an action-packed, experiential photo tour to South Africa!
Why this South Africa Photo Safari is for You
Skukuza Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Lion, Leopard, African Wild Dog, Cheetah, Spotted Hyaena, Elephant, White Rhino, Cape Buffalo, and more