‘The photos are part of a wider series called Dusk to Dawn and were shot in Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Tanzania, Kenya and Zambia. Published African wildlife photographer, Greg du Toit told Media Drum news agency: I simply want to convey the incredible diversity, mystery and wonder that I feel for my wild subjects. “What the camera has the power to do, through silhouette photography, is to simply de-clutter our world.’
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‘South African wildlife photographer Greg du Toit was so determined to capture the perfect image of wild lions drinking he sat submerged in their watering hole for three months. The defiant photographer had endured a year of failed attempts at getting the right picture after building hides and digging trenches near the animals’ drinking spot. In a final desperate effort, the 32-year-old decided to take the plunge and climb into the murky pool with his camera and ended up contracting several tropical diseases.’
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South African wildlife photographer Greg du Toit’s cover photograph on the Wild Magazine won the prestigious PICA Award for the best magazine cover, awarded by the Magazine Publishers association of South Africa.
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South African wildlife photographer Greg du Toit took this cover photo on a Serengeti photo safari and in an attempt to show the vastness of the plains. What better way, than to use the landscape to dwarf the largest land mammal on planet earth.
South African wildlife photographer, Greg du Toit, hosts the ‘On Assignment’ photographic segment for Africa Geographic magazine. This monthly column aims to take readers ‘behind the scenes of Africa’s most arresting photographs.’
The picture here is from the article ‘QUEEN OF THE CASTLE’, a classic example of being at the right place at the right time.
‘Famous African wildlife photographer, Greg du Toit, selected to represent Nikon in the ‘I am Nikon’ campaign – featured in various magazines including Africa Geographic.’