Behind the Frame: Wildebeest Crossing The Mara River

Are you looking to improve your photography editing skills, specifically your wildlife photography editing skills? if you answered yes, then our Behind the Frame series is just for you!

Join our expert photographic guides on the last Friday of every month, as they talk you through various editing styles of many different species from many different locations. Learn some new tips and tricks from the pros and take your wildlife photography to the next level!

In this episode, I take you through my editing process of a rather special shot I captured of wildebeest crossing the might Mara River during the Great Migration.

Grab some coffee and lets jump in.


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I really hope you learnt something new in this episode of Behind the Frame! Please feel free to reach out in the comments below, YouTube comments or on Instagram, should you have any questions on going on safari, wildlife photography or post-processing. Don't forget to check out our Tour Calendar, for a selection of some of the awesome scheduled tours we offer - all of which are hosted by a Wild Eye photographic guide.

Next month, Gerry van der Walt will be hosting an episode on editing an image from the frigid Arctic circle!


Andrew Beck


Our very own camp on the banks of the Mara River, in the Mara Triangle! If you are looking for excellent value and exclusivity, then this is the camp for you. What's more is there is always a Wild Eye guide and host in camp to ensure you learn in depth knowledge on both photography and the wildlife that call the Mara home.

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