PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
There is nowhere quite like the middle of nowhere to succumb to a serious case of lens-envy. Safari goes hand-in-hand with photography, and being in such a stunning and surreal environment naturally stirs our instinct to capture it all and take it home with us.

From the beginner to the professional, being out in the bush is a great place to let your creativity loose through the medium of your camera: the landscapes, the wildlife, the people, the light… the sheer range of photographic potential is staggering.
Tag along, join one of our photography workshops;
engage with ingenuity and unleash your artistry
1st June – 30th June 2023
“He believes that photographers are, first and foremost, storytellers and that the role of a photograph is to tell a true and tangible tale.”
15th July September – 31st August 2023
“Bobby-Jo’s professional and talented works have inspired many people to take an interest in wildlife and conservation…”
5th October – 5th November 2023
“To be able to bring pictures and stories into the living rooms of thousands of people all around the world is amazing, but to have clients leave from a trip with their own messages and images is even better.”

















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View our photography inspired safari chronicles below

Food & Fire

The day gently draws to a close and, as the last light glints across your lens, your thoughts turn from lions and leopards to wine and a succulent dinner.   Nearby your staff from Serian… Read More

Depth of Field

From the beginner to the professional, being out in the bush is a great place to let your creativity loose through the medium of your camera: the landscapes, the wildlife, the people, the light… the… Read More

Lance Van de Vyver – Photographer in Residence

I am passionate about wildlife and have always had a dream to be involved in conservation in my own unique way. Through the power of photography, guiding and teaching I have found my calling and… Read More

Looking for Leopard

Every photographer has a ‘bogey critter’ – the one they are always unlucky with.  Mine has been the leopard – or chui in Swahili.  I’ve near-missed them all over Africa, India and Sri Lanka more… Read More

Awards & Affiliates

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Photo Credits: Rachel Ambrose, Gerard Ambrose, Andrew Brown, Eliza Deacon, Peter Haygarth, John Moller, Paul Sheen, Angus O'Shea, Roisin Perret, Anup Shah, Manoj Shah & Alex Walker.
Copy by: Robyn-Lee Ghaui
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