Wildlife Photography Tips by Ross Couper at Singita
Experience | February 2016

Top 5 Wildlife Photography Tips from our Field Guides

Traveling to a new destination often sparks an interest in how to capture your memories best. The challenge begins before you even arrive at the lodge, as you will most likely spot…
Leopard by Dylan Brandt
Wildlife | October 2013

Field Guide Favourites: Moving Target

Continuing our series of favourite photographs from our field guides, Dylan Brandt from Singita Sabi Sand gives us some helpful hints on how to capture unusual photos like this one: Low light can…
Wildlife | November 2012

Shooting in Monochrome – Rhino Road

There is a term photographers use called “leading lines”. This refers to a line cutting through an image, such as a road, fence or river. It draws the viewer into…
Wildlife | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome – The Big Tusker

I am in love with large elephant bulls with beautiful wide tusks. These old bulls are rather “easy” to photograph, as they tend to be more relaxed than the younger…
Wildlife | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome

Marlon du Toit thrives on adventure and has a deep connection with Africa and its beauty. Growing up near the Kruger National Park he was immersed in nature from a young…