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African Photographic Safaris & African Photography Workshops...Wildlife safaris and especially African wildlife safaris have always been popular. With the advent of digital photography, African photographic safaris or African photography workshops are now even more popular and these are exactly my area of specialty...
Both my unique experience as an ex-safari guide and my photographic expertise as a professional wildlife photographer, allow me to combine the concept of a traditional safari with an Africa photographic workshop, seamlessly. When on safari with me as your host and guide, we will conduct traditional safari drives and you will enjoy all the excitement, information and experiences of a traditional safari (non photographing partners and friends are therefore welcome). You will however also receive expert photographic guidance and tuition! I travel with an entire Africa Photography Workshop on my mac-book and I will teach and guide you on any and every aspect of wildlife photography. You are able to ask me any photographic questions that you have and I can also give you feedback on your own images! See a list of my upcoming Africa Photo Safaris and I look forward to being your safari and photographic host!
Here follow testimonials from recent guests that joined me on safaris....
'Hi Greg, I have finally returned home after having been away for approx 6 weeks! Great to hear from you, I hope your Christmas break was great? It feels like a life time ago that we were in Ethiopia, time flies! I really loved that trip, it was an incredible experience, I miss being there. It was exciting discovering and learning something new almost daily. It felt like we traveled way back in time! Here's to a fabulous 2013, thanks again for introducing both Chels and I the the wonderful eye-opening world of photography and far off untamed, exotic African destinations! Stay in touch. Karen'
Karen Barrow, Ethiopia Endemic Wildlife and Cultural photo safari, Dec 2012
'Hi Greg. Just a short review of the Mala Mala – Mashatu trip we experienced with you:
The accommodation, level of service and game viewing at both reserves was superb – Mala Mala ranks as the top reserve I have visited to date (and I have been to many!). The photographic opportunities far exceeded my expectations, both in diversity and frequency.
Then there is the photographic tuition: In one word - wow!
This, for me, was undoubtedly the highlight of the trip. Greg, in my opinion, is one of the top five wild life photographers in South Africa. His selfless (most pro’s religiously guard their secrets) sharing of know-how and techniques was fantastic. I learnt more about flash in the few days I spent with him, than the last 5 years put together. To my mind, he is one of the top exponents of this technique – his images attest to that. What I enjoyed, in particular, was Greg softly whispering his settings (and explaining why, where needed) when we were shooting - nothing beats hands on tutoring in my book! His knowledge of image processing was also outstanding. Again, he was willing to share his methodology and workflow – this was done in a very practical and simple manner. Last, but no least, there is Greg the person and nature lover. Photography is the vehicle he uses (very passionately) to be “out there” 24-7. He has a profound connection with nature and this is probably why his photography is so admired. Greg is an expert on all aspects of nature – from the smallest insect or plant to the habits of the largest predators. The cherry on top is that he is just a nice guy and fun to be with!
I hope to join you again on another mind blowing wildlife trip Greg!'
Tim Chadwick (Cape Town), Southern Africa Predator Workshop (details here), July 2012
See one of Tim's images from the trip here...
'Hey Greg. I wanted to thank you again for your good nature, patience and willingness to share your expertise and enthusiasm for your work. Jan and I had a fantastic time on our first visit to Africa!'
Tom Archibold (USA), National Geographic Expedition (Southern Africa by Private Air), August 2012
'Dear Greg. Many thanks for a really fabulous week. It was a great pleasure travelling with you.
We both enjoyed your company very much and were really impressed by your openness and modesty.
We learnt a huge amount and took far better images than ever before!
With warm regards, Ralph'
Ralph Auchincloss (UK), Oryx Southern Africa Photo Safari, July 2012
'As the wife of one of the budding photographers, I must say , I was slightly apprehensive at the thought of spending 10 days with strangers in the middle of the bush. My objective was to savour Nature and enjoy some peace. What a wonderful revelation it was then, not only to witness the most amazing animal encounters, but to find peace as well as undiluted fun with like- minded people. Greg is a walking, smiling encyclopaedia. His knowledge, attitude toward and understanding of the bush, both flora and fauna- and- more importantly to some, photographic technics, were astonishing and his willingness to share his knowledge, most humbling. I cannot wait to discover more of the beauty of our wildlife with Greg.
Thank you Greg, for truly, the most awesome experience!'
Jean Gloyne, Southern Africa Predator Workshop (details here), July 2012 '
'Hi Greg, Had so much to do once I got back from the workshop that only now am I finding a gap to write and thank you.
Thank you for the once in a lifetime opportunity of being able to photograph a Big Tusker from ground level, that for me was an exceptional and special moment, one I will never forget! (Thank goodness I had a card in my camera!!!) Greg, I am so grateful for the opportunity of spending time learning from you as well as for the truly wonderful stories you have to share. I wish you all the very best for your future photographic projects and am looking forward to the next workshop with you, hopefully next year for the migration, very much a lifelong dream and number one on my bucket list!
Take care and hope to see you soon,
African Photography Workshop, Tembe Game Reserve (South Africa), June 2012
'Our host and photographic expert Greg du Toit’s tuition each day was exactly what I was looking for and I certainly learnt a lot from the trip. I would recommend the experience to both novice and skilled photographers.'
Stuart Michelmore, Nikon African Photography Workshop, Timbavati Game Reserve (South Africa), May 2012
'Hi Greg. Trust you had a hassle-free journey home.
We had a fantastic safari with you and I truly meant it when I said the experience was beyond expectation. Having the “standard “ game drive ruined forever, I look forward to crawling in the dust with you again in the not too distant future.'
Derek Whalley, Nikon African Photography Workshop, Timbavati Game Reserve (South Africa), May 2012
'Hi Greg. Thanks a million for a wonderful experience.
The photo opportunities were fantastic and the group even better.
We will remember you all forever!
Lots of love, Neil &Tessa Lane'
African Photography Workshop, Amakhosi (Zululand, South Africa), May 2012
'Dear Greg. Thank you again for an amazing photo workshop. You and Anita showed me to see the bush a little different. As I still enjoy my "Big Lens", I will use my other lenses more frequently from now on.
I am very happy with the results from this workshop and will use the techniques you taught me more and more. Thanks again. Ben'
African Photography Workshop, Amakhosi (Zululand, South Africa), May 2012
'Greg is an excellent instructor, both with beginners and experienced photographers. I would recommend him anytime!' Basil
Nikon African Photography Workshop, Timbavati Game Reserve (South Africa), April 2012
'Hey Greg, just wanted to say thank you for a great workshop. I really learnt a lot and it will definitely help me with all my future photographic attempts. Chat soon, Ryan'
Nikon African Photography Workshop, Timbavati Game Reserve (South Africa), April 2012
'Thank you Greg for the wonderful experience, it was a great trip, we enjoyed the experience very much. I really appreciate you helping me with my settings in the challenging forest so that I could bring home memories of the baby Chimp! I enjoyed so much and will never forget stormy Christmas (the chimp), charging us! Best Regards, Anne.'
Anne and Didier Lequire, France
African Photographic Safari, Selous and Mahale (Tanzania), Jan 2012
'Hi Greg, COUNT US IN for your next trip !!!!!!! As you know, Chels and I loved our recent trip to Tanzania with a very special group of people. We felt so privileged to be a part of it. It's very difficult to put into words what it was like when people ask us. Something we'll always treasure. Thanks again Greg. Kind regards, Karen Barrow.'
Karen and Chelsea Barrow, South Africa
African Photographic Safari, Selous and Mahale (Tanzania), Jan 2012
'Thank you for a life changing experience.' Brandon
African Photography Workshop, Thornybush South Africa, Dec 2011
'Hi Greg! Thank you so much! I wish there were words to tell you how grateful I am for a trip that was beyond my expectations. I miss our talks. Your friendship was a surprising plus and I know I will never forget everything you taught me. Thank you so much. God Bless you also! Linda.' Linda Morrison, USA
Kenya Migration Wildlife Safari, Nov 2011
'The trip was awesome - the whole family really really loved it! As for Greg himself, he was a total hit! He is on another level and we are so very happy he could join us, and I doubt that it will be the last time either. He certainly helped me out a lot, and also had incredible patience with my mum & sister who were beginner photographers.' Nima Sarikhani, London.
Kenya Migration and Rwanda Gorilla Photo Safari, Oct 2011
'Thanks again for a great couple of days in Mashatu. I enjoyed your crazy stories, your enthusiasm and even more your warm personality. Till next time, maybe in the Mara or in the Selous!!'
Willy Shoots, Holland
African Photography Workshop, Tuli Block Botswana, August 2011
'If you are serious about your photography and want to get better, Greg can help you in many ways. He is willing and able to explain what he is doing and why he is doing it. He emphasizes on the process from initial concept and vision to execution in the field. Greg pushes the limits of DSLR technology to create unique, strong images. I found him via his images on his web site. His techniques are to get an image correct in the camera with high level technical skills and his eye for creativity. All in all this was the best photo safari I have attended. I saw an immediate improvement in my shooting techniques that translated to improved images both compositionally and technically. My only caution to potential participants is that having taken one photo safari with Greg, you will likely sign up for another. I felt it was a privilege learning from and shooting with Greg. I give a hearty recommendation to anyone considering a photo safari with Greg.' Carl Zanoni, Connecticut USA
African Predator Photo Safari, Mala Mala, July/August 2011
'Hi Greg, It has taken me this long, (two weeks) to get back down to earth and be back in the ‘real’ world again!! The workshop experience was truly unforgettable, thank you. Every moment out there continues to humble and inspire me and to try and capture these moments, a challenge indeed. Your work truly does capture the very essence and mood of Africa and I am so grateful that I was able to be part of this workshop that was my first, and learn so much from you. Not only did you share photographic techniques that I could understand, but also your in-depth knowledge of the African bush which is more than just the animals that roam.
I also liked the technique you used to attract lions!!! Greg, thank you.' Caro
African Photography Workshop, Tembe Elephant Park South Africa, June 2011
'Hi Greg, I thank you for all the wonderful advice and encouragement that you gave to me over the trip! It was incredibly interesting to learn just how you obtained those wonderful shots of lions in Kenya! No kidding you deserve all the accolades! If I can just get to half that level I will be delighted. Once again, thank you. Kind regards.' Terri Carlson
African Photography Workshop, Tembe Elephant Park South Africa, June 2011
'Dear Greg. A very big thank you for the most amazing weekend. I have returned home having benefited not only photographically but also from your vast knowledge of the bush. Your humble approach and desire to share what ever knowledge you have, made this experience even more enjoyable. This course is a must for any photography enthusiast. Looking forward to sharing another wonderful experience with you. Thanking you once again. Best regards. Lawrence Gobetz.'
African Photography Workshop, Nikon Travel Africa, May 2011
'Thank you most sincerely for the most wonderful few days we shared with you. Not only are you an extremely accomplished, exciting and inspiring wildlife photographer but your knowledge and enthusiasm of the bush and the environment was awe inspiring to say the very least. Your holistic knowledge of all the smaller things: the trees, insects, birds and their calls etc. is what makes the whole experience come alive and meaningful… certainly for me. In my view, you are not just a fantastic photographer but someone who encompasses every aspect of the bush and the surroundings and in doing so, made the whole experience so much richer in every way. On a different note I have chosen the two photographs that I would like to buy from you on paper please and as big as possible which I think is AO. They are “PELICANS IN THE MIST” AND “PELICAN IMPRESSIONS”.'
Jane Bedford, Phinda African Photographic Safari, April 2011
“Just wanted to say thank you very much for a trip of a lifetime. You provided a pivotal role of photographic host, teaching my sisters and myself photographic skills in a practical manner whilst out in the field. Having the ability to ‘pick ones brain’ in any given situation was simply fantastic. As my sisters and I were at different levels of photographic experience, you provided invaluable teaching in answering all of our questions. Furthermore, your easy-going manner and meal-time discussion conversations were a highlight of our trip and have left us with many treasured memories. With your help, our chances of capturing the ‘perfect wall shot’ dramatically improved and for that, I will always be in your debt. Thank you for being so generous with your time and your humble approach to photography."
Sue Hawken, Julie Hawken, Robyn Thomas, Serengeti Calving Wildlife Safari, March 2011
'I found the workshop extremely beneficial. Greg is a wonderful teacher. He is patient and just so full of knowledge. I wish I could just download his brain! His 'lectures' were really easy to follow and I really like the way he simplifies concepts instead of showing off with fancy, technical irrelevant information that I have found with other photography experts. I think we all found the feedback he gave on our own work the most valuable exercise of all. Ultimately it was a brilliant few days. I think very highly of Greg, Jane and Friedi. I learnt a lot from everyone on the course and would highly recommend the experience to anyone interested in wildlife or even just photography in general. I hope to do Greg's Maasai Mara course soon! Best regards. Camilla.'
Camilla Howard, Phinda African Wildlife Safari, April 2011
'The photographic tuition was without a doubt, the best I’ve ever had. Greg's simple approach backed by his irrefutable credentials was exceptionally motivational and his format is very effective. The reviews being done on images straight out of the camera in an anonymous format takes away the angst of waiting for your processed contribution to be ‘judged’. As a result his assessments are listened to and absorbed. This coupled with the day’s “photo school” lesson makes for very effective learning. I think Willie said it best when he said that he would not want to learn how to play golf from anyone but a scratch handicap golfer.'
Jane Ferraris, Zululand Africa Photographic Workshop, April 2011
'Hi Greg. Many thanks for a wonderful workshop. The presentation was calm and clear and very informative. There is so much to remember so I am glad I have written things down to review! It is so evident that you love what you do...how wonderful that your passion and work coincide and culminate in such perfection! Your photos are mind blowing....so full of mood and message. I hope someday to capture a fraction of what you do? I really hope to go to Masai Mara with you ...I wouldn't want to do it with anyone else!! Many thanks again.'
Kim Stevens, Zululand Africa Photography Workshop, April 2011
'Greg, both from a photographic and wildlife perspective was really outstanding and I learnt a great deal from him.'
Clive Godfrey, Nikon Travel African Photographic Safari, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, April 2011
'Hi Greg! I just wanted to say thank you so much for such an amazing weekend, I cannot even begin to tell you how much it meant to me, as a amateur photographer and bush lover! We saw such incredible game, were surrounded by lovely people and always felt welcome. But what made the trip for me, was your enthusiasm and willingness to teach us about wildlife photography and the bush itself! Unlike most professional photographers you showed a sincere interest in our photos and what we had to say! I have learnt so much from you this weekend and have been truly inspired to take my photography further, especially my wildlife. I am so excited to go to the okavango in two weeks to practice everything I learned, it is such a treat! Thank you once again. Cally'
Caroline Mackintosh, Nikon Travel African Photography Workshop, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, April 2011
'The trip was in one word – AMAZING! Action from the start !!! This trip was worth every penny (or dollar) I spent! I would give it a 12 out of 10 rating for meeting my expectations. Greg was a superb host and with his help I personally sorted out quite a lot of technical issues around my photography. I would recommend this trip to anyone wanting to get to a wilderness area and really see Africa.
Photos will follow soon!! All the best.'
Christine Lamberth, C4 Serengeti Calving Wildlife Safari, Feb/March 2011
'Hi Greg, I really just wanted to say a big “thank you” for the most amazing Wildlife Photography experience I have ever had. I feel really privileged to have learnt from the ‘master’ and I know your practical tips and sound teaching skills will stand me in good stead as an amateur. You have an amazing gift…and that is your personality and passion for the bush. Photography is a product of this trait and I have no doubt that you will be successful as a photographer, naturalist, coach and conservationist. Thank you again for your humble yet inspiring approach to wildlife photography!'
Derek King, Private African Wildlife Safari, Thornybush South Africa, Dec 2010
'Greg, thanks so much for your fantastic guidance on our recent trip with you! It was such a treat to be in one of Africa's finest wilderness areas with the added bonus of your bush knowledge and photographic expertise. You are an excellent teacher, and what I learned from you is invaluable - I now feel like I really know what am I doing with my digital SLR in the bush, and the quality of my photos has increased dramatically! To top it all, you are an easy-going, down-to-earth travel companion, and I sincerely hope I get a chance to participate in more of your tours in the future.'
Mike 't Sas-Rolfes, Africa Geographic Selous Africa Photographic Workshop, November 2010
'Dear Greg. I cannot thank you enough for your wonderful attention to us, your deep love of the African Bush, your marvelous talent with a camera and for making my second trip to Africa even more meaningful than my first. If and when your name shows up on a future Bushtracks trip, I hope I can sign on!!!!'
Wanda Alary, Bushtracks Southern Tanzania Expedition, Oct 2010
"Dear Greg, Just wanted to say thank you for your patience, guidance and expertise on our safari in Kenya. When you came into our vehicle for the very first time at Lake Nakuru and taught us how to use the light, it was a turning point for me and my photography. You see things so uniquely from everyone else and that is a true gift. I learnt so much from you! This trip will remain on the top of my list of best trips taken ever and I will keep coming back to Africa again and again. Hope to do another trip with you someday! Best wishes and keep in touch!"
Denise, Perth Australia,C4 Kenya Safari, Samburu/Nakuru/Masai Mara, Sep 2010
"Hello Greg! I am currently culling the thousands of wonderful images Gayle and I took during our September safari in Kenya, which has reminded me to thank you most sincerely for contributing so much to our first visit to Africa. What a wonder-filled experience it has been! Your empathic involvement with African wildlife and ability to share your passion for the animals and photography is contagious, with even 'Gayle The Non-Photographer' burning through batteries and cards like a pro! I do hope you will come to Perth one day and perhaps go North to the Pilbara and Kimberley areas of Western Australia. If so, we offer you a roof over your head while in Perth, as a small token of our gratitude for your kind contribution to our memorable FIRST visit to Africa. I have little doubt that we will return!"
Peter Randell, C4 Kenya Safari, Samburu/Nakuru/Masai Mara, Sep 2010
"On behalf of all members of the Australian Photo Safari Group, this email is to more formally thank you for your very significant contribution to our trip to Kenya in September 2010. The richness of wildlife photography, the warm welcome provided by you, your technical input and guidance, ensured all members of our group returned home with some memorable images and warm memories of their first trip to Africa. The workshops you conducted were particularly valued by all and contributed to the rapid increase in camera skills that became evident as the safari progressed. I would have no hesitation in using you to lead future photo safaris.”Denis Glennon, C4 Kenya Safari, Samburu/Nakuru/Masai Mara, Sep 2010
“Glenn & I had the most wonderful experience on our Photographic Safari and School. The Serengeti was particularly stunning and photogenic. I learned an enormous amount both about wildlife photography and animal behaviour. Greg, thank you for the way you helped us to better understand both. I am looking forward to the next opportunity to go on safari with you.” Ken & Glenn Moss, Epic Photo School, Serengeti/Ruaha, August 2010
'First I want to thank you for what was just an incredible experience. It is clearly one of the best trips I have ever taken and one of the highlights of my life so far. Everything from the camps, to the people were amazing. Greg is just remarkable. Not only is he an incredible photographer, but he is an amazing teacher and person. I sincerely loved the time with him, getting to know him as a person and learning from him. I learned more about photography than I had in the past 20 years. He is very humble and has an incredible teaching style that makes things at all levels easy to understand. Photographers at all levels would benefit from spending time with him. I could go on and on about Greg. Most importantly I look forward to staying in touch with him and hosting him here in the US some day (he has promised to come shoot some sports with me one day). I definitely plan to travel with him again.'
Bob Youngentob, Epic Photo School, Serengeti/Ruaha, August 2010
"I had a wonderful trip and Greg taught me huge amounts about Wildlife photography. The Serengeti experience was unforgettable.
Greg is very knowledgeable and an excellent teacher. Looking forward to my next trip and will only consider one organised by Greg."
Stephen Cheek, Epic Photo School, Serengeti/Ruaha, August 2010
"Classic Serengeti" - what an Understatement! It had always been a dream of mine to visit the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater and so for my 40th I decided to treat myself: to me, from me and love me! I contacted Greg du Toit, and the trip was on!
After a 40 year build up, I am still amazed to say that the safari exceeded all expectations.
Greg put an amazing safari together, with highlights including the millions of wildebeest on the plains, the vastness of the area, the breathtaking beauty of the crater, and an incredible amount of wildlife. Every day was a highlight.
The trip took place in early to mid-February, and today, when looking back at the thousands of photos taken, I am still thrilled that a dream of mine was accomplished, and the fact that even I was able to take some amazing photographs. Both of which I would not have been able to do without Greg's help!!! Thanks again. I will be returning."
Andrew Louw, Serengeti Migration Safari, March 2010
'The trip was terrific and I can highly recommend it to any one interested in Wildlife photography.
Greg is a fantastic guy and I learnt a lot from him! So much so, that I would like to go on another course
with him to one of the neighbouring countries later this year. Please keep me posted on what is
available? That is any time from May 2010 onwards!'
Walter Rosenmeyer, Africa Geographic Africa Photography Workshop, Timbavati, Jan 2010
'Thank you so much for an awesome safari. We both learnt so much and had fun too. You guys are really great, not only talented. Thanks for the adventure!'
Michelle and Stu, Kalahari Dessert Sep 2009
'Fantastic experience - pushed the learning curve much higher. Will look for your book!'
Peter O'Donoghue, 19 July 2009
'Thanks Greg for another great trip. Awesome sightings and very useful tips, as always. Shot for the motion blur technique! Look forward to the next trip!'
Rob Lewis, 21 June 2009
'Eileen and I would like to thank you for hosting a truly memorable photographic safari at Elephant Plains last week. We had a wonderful break in the bush with some amazing sightings and photos. We learnt a lot and had a great time meeting you and Norman, Richard, Chris and his wife. The social time was also very enjoyable. I can certainly highly recommend it to any my friends with similar interests and will try and do another of your safaris as soon as time permits – have to buy Eileen a better lens and an external battery pack to name but a few accessories. Great photos and great memories. We look forward to the next time.'
Regards, Anthony and Eileen
(Outdoor Photo Safari, June 2009)
'It was a really great trip. I thought that Greg had a great ability to communicate with both teenagers and me. Often with these kind of things the 'expert' can make you out to fell a bit of an ignoramus, but Greg was patient, pleasant and communicated very well. One of the highlights, as a father, was seeing my teenage son getting excited about photographing grass!!!! That was a sight. In terms of what we learnt from the workshop, fantastic! I now understand how my camera works and the general ideas behind taking wildlife photographs. Can’t think of any negatives. Was a great trip. Well done to your magazine and Greg – was a great experience!'
(Africa Geographic Expeditions, Photography Workshop, Botswana, April 2009)
'When we met Greg du Toit on a training course which he presented, it was clear to us that his easy-going style and pleasant disposition would suit our needs very well. Both during the training and his subsequent mentoring session with us, he has been passionately intent on only delivering the best quality of guidance and on imparting his hard-earned knowledge. The words spectacularly professional hardly start to describe the experience that is Greg du Toit. Passion for the African bush and capturing the essence thereof on camera undoubtedly lies embedded in Greg’s DNA and you have not experienced photographing African wildlife until you have worked with him.'
Erna & Enrico Liebenberg, April 2009
'I would like to commend Greg on a very well run safari. His eager, friendly and helpful manner was appreciated. He has an amazing amount of patience when dealing with amateur photographers and he was always willing to help and advise at any time of day. He continually encourages and gives worthwhile feedback. The safari is highly recommended for those wanting to know how to achieve the most from their camera when it comes to wildlife photography.'
Alan Eliot, Dec 2008
"I enjoyed the safari and the photographic opportunities. I was especially impressed with Greg. He was approachable, friendly and always willing to share his knowledge. I think that he's a very large part of why I enjoyed the experience and learnt as much as I did."
Robert Swanepoel, Nov 2008
'This is super well done. Not sure how you did it? Great composition and out of the box thinking.'
'Simply awesome - very unusual perspective. How on earth did you manage to get this shot?' Mark
'Ethereal, out of this world.' Jeannie
'Greg, I have come back to this almost ten times. This image bewilders me and haunts my dreams. Hats off Sir !!!' Morkel Erasmus
'Out of this world! I like the mood and technical perfection here the most - very inspiring Greg.'
'Greg, an image that portrays classic and wild Africa. Exactly what wildlife photography is about.'
'Greg, I really like your approach to photography. I find it invigorating and inspiring.' David Barnes
'Greg, once again this is an image that makes my mind boggle, so well seen and executed. A simply stunning moment, with such artistic appeal.A dream shot like only you can.' Chad
'Brilliant Greg, I dream of shots like this!' Hilton Kotze
'Very cool Greg! This is wildlife fine art at its best. Print big and send to me to hang on my wall if you don't mind.' Wim van den Heever
'Greg, this is stunning! I generally don't enjoy wildlife shots, but this is art.' Etienne B
'Talk about being at the right place at the right time, you're ability to capture mood is just a gift. Thanks for not making your wildlife shots look like the run of the mill images that we see in magazines. Greg, truly inspiring.' Hendre
'I find this pic very beautiful. Makes me think of the end of life. A life once so beautiful. Really triggers a switch of mood. Some reflections (hard to find words in English).' Pascal Clochez
'This is the very reason why I love your gallery Greg. You manage to take a shot that has been done hundreds of times and still make it absolutely unique.' Jeni Williams
'Images like this make me want to cry! Simply breathe-taking! I have stopped even dreaming of getting shots like this!' Chad
'Greg, you are single-handedly raising the photographic bar.' Albie Venter
'Fantastic, I am really happy to see shots like these. It inspires me to try a different approach...'
'Greg, once again your images are an inspiration.' Dudley Steenkamp
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