Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Best of Botswana Photographic Safari - May 2019 - Botswana
Posted by Wild4 Photo Safaris on 8th Jul 2019
Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Moremi, Khwai Concession, Savuti and the Chobe River - May 2019 - Botswana. African Photographic Safaris, Small Group Specialists
A short photo safari video from the May 2019 small group Best of Botswana Photographic tour.
VIDEO by Stu Porter of WILD4 African Photographic Safaris
View the PHOTO TRIP REPORT for this Photo Safari
All VIDEO footage was taken on a 12-night Photo Safari to Moremi Game Reserve, Khwai Concession, Savuti and the Chobe River in Botswana - May 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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This was our first out of country photography trip. We were very excited and nervous. We did our research. Could this be for real? Was it too good to be true? Where was the catch? Let us give you a clue…there was no catch! We were treated in a warm and friendly manner from our first inquiry to our final wave goodbye at the airport. Everything was handled totally professionally! It was like a dream come true….days spent on wildlife photography…and being tutored by someone who really knows how to do it. Obviously Stu, Justyna, Ann and John love what they do. The only downside is sorting out several thousand photos in Lightroom ! . There are just some tasks you don't mind doing. It will be a labor of love. Will we go on photo safari again? Only with Wild 4 folks!!!
Michael & Toni Anderson, USA
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