Africa Photographic Travel Blog

Simbavati Photo Safari 11-15 March Part 1

Andrew Schoeman - Photographic Guide | March 18, 2015

The First half of Africa photographic Travel’s Scheduled Safari to Simbavati River Lodge. After checking in and meeting the group of photographers that were joining me on the trip we had a briefing on what to expect over the next few days as well as ensure that everyone was familiar with their cameras and that […]

Simbavati photo Safari 11-15 March part 2

APTAdmin | February 24, 2015

For  the afternoon drive we decided to follow up on some Lion Tracks that had been seen close to Simbavati, on the way we saw a Large elephant Bull just after he had finished his afternoon drink, we took a few images of him before continuing our search for the Lions. After a long search […]

Tokina 16-28 mm Lens review

Andrew Schoeman - Photographic Guide | January 12, 2015

I have always loved Photography and especially Wildlife photography, I have done some Landscape photography in the past but I never really got too serious about it until recently when I presented a Landscape Photographic workshop and led a Landscape photographic trip to Namibia, I own a Nikon 24-70 mm F2.8 lens but I wanted […]

Spitzkoppe

Andrew Schoeman - Photographic Guide | November 28, 2014

The final stop in my journey across Southeren Namibia was Spitzkoppe, a massive granite outcrop that is more than 700 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,784 metres (5,853 ft) above sea level. It really is a spectacular sight to see ! There is a choice of camping sites which are situated along the […]

The Living Desert

Andrew Schoeman - Photographic Guide | November 20, 2014

After Leaving Sossusvlei it is about a 4 hour drive to Walvisbay where we stayed for a couple of nights, we wanted to see the Flamingos of Walvisbay and then a Living desert tour at Swakopmund. The Flamingos were great, there were hundreds of birds gathered along the shores of the Lagoon feeding in the […]