The Best Of Serengeti Trip Report

Johan & I recently returned from one incredible adventure in Tanzania. This time round we've decided to do things a bit different. Usually trip reports feature guide images but we're changing it up for once. The Best of Serengeti trip report will be more of an external perspective. Speaking of perspective, the following list will [...]

Why I Return to the Wild Eye Mara Camp: A Guest’s Perspective

You've heard our entire team talk about just how special the Wild Eye Mara Camp in Kenya's Mara Triangle Conservancy is - if not then where have you been hiding? I thought i'd look at sharing a guests perspective on how special the camp, the staff and the experience is. Silke Hullman is from Germany [...]

Wild Eye Guest Blog – Amboseli & Masai Mara

This was our first safari with Wild Eye and first safari in Kenya. We had found Wild Eye some 4-5 years ago on social media, and they immediately gave the impression of professionalism, respect for wildlife and nature as well as people. We contacted Andrew Beck who suggested to us a 11-night safari divided into [...]

Guest Blog – A Non-Photographic Perspective

Guest Blog - A Non-Photographic Perspective Hello all, It's taken a while to write... but here it is; I just returned home from my first photographic safari. I've been on other safaris before but this was a very new experience for me because, well, I'm not really a 'photographer!' :) Apart from my iPhone, I [...]

None of the Gear but Some Idea | A Guest Blog by James Evans

My name is James Evans and I’m a 23-year-old student studying a master’s degree in architecture in the UK. I have loved photography for as long as I can remember, taking pictures with basic point and shoot digital cameras with little understanding of the technical or artistic aspects. My dad is an enthusiastic photographer and [...]

Guest Blog: The Amboseli Experience

Recent guest Laura Galbraith returned for her third Wild Eye Safari and joined us for the very first Amboseli and Masai Mara Safari. This trip combines 1 night in Nairobi on arrival in Kenya followed by 5 nights in Amboseli National Park, finishing with 6 nights in the Wild Eye Mara Camp. Laura shares her […]

Guest Blog: The Amboseli Experience

Recent guest Laura Galbraith returned for her third Wild Eye Safari and joined us for the very first Amboseli and Masai Mara Safari. This trip combines 1 night in Nairobi on arrival in Kenya followed by 5 nights in Amboseli National Park, finishing with 6 nights in the Wild Eye Mara Camp. Laura shares her […]

Charlotte’s 5 Most Memorable Sightings of 2019

It’s hard to choose a ‘top’ sighting. There’s so many factors that go into making a sighting great — Was it a beautiful scene? Was there interesting behavior? Was it rare or the first time for you to see this?  Did you get an incredible photo or video? Did it make you feel something? When […]

Charlotte’s 5 Most Memorable Sightings of 2019

It’s hard to choose a ‘top’ sighting. There’s so many factors that go into making a sighting great — Was it a beautiful scene? Was there interesting behavior? Was it rare or the first time for you to see this?  Did you get an incredible photo or video? Did it make you feel something? When […]

Why you should consider cropping vertical for Instagram

When it comes to capturing attention on social media, you don’t have much time to make an impression. In fact, most people will only spend a fraction of a second looking at your post, so you want to maximize that time spent in every way. One of the best ways to do this is to consider […]

Why you should consider cropping vertical for Instagram

When it comes to capturing attention on social media, you don’t have much time to make an impression. In fact, most people will only spend a fraction of a second looking at your post, so you want to maximize that time spent in every way. One of the best ways to do this is to consider […]

Guest Blog: My first time in The Masai Mara and East Africa by Rob Terpelle

For me this was the first time in in East Africa. My selection of images reflect the great safari experience I had and in which I tried to create a diverse portfolio. This not only by animal diversity and composition, but also by trying new things like silhouettes, slow shutter and panning. This was also […]