WILD 4 PHOTO Pty Ltd

Wild4 African Photo Safaris

Specialist small group photo safaris to South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana and Namibia

African Photographic Safaris since 2003

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African Small Group Photo Safari Specialists

Since 2003, we have focussed exclusively on small group African photo safaris, and only take you to the most photo-productive African destinations.

Be part of a small group photo safari atmosphere where each wildlife photographer is guaranteed a FULL ROW of seats in our specially modified photo safari vehicles.

We pay full attention to photographic details and the specific needs of both serious and amateur wildlife photographers.

WILD4 scheduled photo safaris offer quality time in the field (around 2 weeks) and our custom photo tours can be tailored to suit the needs of the client.

If you prefer small groups and are serious about your wildlife photography, then our photo safaris are right for you.

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Latest Trip Report

PHOTO TRIP REPORT | Big Cats of the Serengeti | Sept-Oct 2019

PHOTO TRIP REPORT | Big Cats of the Serengeti | Sept-Oct 2019 Our very first "Big Cats of the Serengeti" photographic safari was a great success and proved once again that the Serengeti is one of the top places in Africa to photograph Lions and Cheetah. The trip was split into two different locations with time being spent in the central Serengeti around the Research Kopjes area and from there we moved to the magical "Ndutu" area near Lake Ndutu in the Ngorongoro Conservation area. The Serengeti is known as a vast place and you always feel very privileged seeing and photographing...

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Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Best of Botswana Photographic Safari - June 2019 - Botswana

Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Best of Botswana Photographic Safari - June 2019 - Botswana All VIDEO footage was taken on a 14-night Photo Safari to Moremi Game Reserve, Khwai Concession, Savuti and the Chobe River in Botswana - June 2019. WILD4 African Photographic Safaris "BEST of BOTSWANA" photo safari led by Stu Porter. Small Group Specialists Photo Safari VIDEO by Stu Porter View the PHOTO TRIP REPORT for this Photographic Safari

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Testimonials Kruger North to South 16 days of photo safari gone off like a wink of an eye especially when it was fun and memorable. Like an aciton-packed movie, the opening scene at the Skukuza Airport reception by Wild4 Team : Stefan and Sandrine was delightful and the afternoon game drive was filled with excitements with shots of wildlife encountered as we travelled to our first camp in Satara. The numerous sightings we experienced over the next two weeks were nothing less than thrilling and of course capturing the Big 5 was fulfilling. The teamwork of Stefan and Sandrine was excellent giving the traveling photographers absolutely nothing to worry except to be trigger happy. Each day I shot approximately 1,500 images as each day bought new surprises. As a photographer I used the Sony A9 with the 2x teleconverter on the 100-400mm G Master zoom for distant & fast-moving subjects like eagles' flights, lions, leopards, rhinos and the smaller birds in flights while my Leica SL on a APO Vario Elmarit 90-280mm zoom for intermediate distance subjects like elephants, hippos, zebras, Impalas, Kudus and various animals within close quarters of the vehicle, and finally my Leica Q for the panoramic shots of landscape and daily point and shoot. A memorable trip ending with almost 4 TB of mobile hard disk storage. I will re-live my memories when I sort out the images and I look forward to my next trip with Stu on the Tanzania & Elephants of Amboseli and many other trips with Wild4.

Clifford Yap, Singapore

Testimonials Thank you again Stu for your trip report of our Botswana trip. It has been very useful to me as I go through my photographs and try to identify the birds especially. It has also given me ideas on how to treat some of my photographs of similar subjects, Also a big thank you in general for the technique guidance you have give me this year and for your fantastic decisions about anticipating animal behavior. My resulting photographs are largely due to your help and to travelling with you. You have had a significant impact on the quality of my photographs and I am very appreciative. Looking forward to hearing about your Tsavo trip. Regards

Sharon Thorp, Canada