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Africa is a fascinating continent, full of mystery, power and beauty. It is these qualities that helped draw romantics like Karen Blixen to her shores a century ago. Many however feel that the 21st century Africa has now lost its wild soul. Others are of the opinion that they have seen all that Africa has to offer and there are of course also those that still find Africa’s sights, sounds and smells as intoxicating as ever.

Whichever camp you are in, through the pages of this book, 11th generation African and acclaimed wildlife photographer, Greg du Toit invites you on a journey with him to rediscover an enchanting Africa; one that is as freeing and captivating as it was when Livingstone first set foot on its wild shores…

Africa Geographic review

Country Life review

ORMS book launch

Size closed: 33 x 28cm (13 x 11 inches)
Size open: 63 x 28cm (25 x 11 inches)
Weight: 1.7 kg or 3.8 pounds
(160 pages)
Price: R1200 ($99)
Shipping included


Getting it Right in Camera is a book written especially with nature photographers in mind. It is aimed at photographers of all levels of skill and experience, from the beginner to the semi-professional. The text takes beginner photographers on a logical step-by-step journey and explains, in simple terms, the basics of photography.

More advanced photographers will especially enjoy the lavish array of photographs and tips from internationally acclaimed wildlife photographer Greg du Toit as he explains how to apply and tweak the fundamentals of photography to capture creative photographs that tell their own story.

Getaway Magazine review

Size closed: 22 x 22cm (8.5 x 8.5 inches)
Size open: 42 x 21cm (16.5 x 8.3 inches)
Weight: 770g or 1.7 pounds
(176 pages)
Price: R800 ($66)
Shipping included


2 in 1 Special!
R1500 ($125) – Shipping included

About Greg

Greg du Toit ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013’ is a professional wildlife photographer whose work is easily recognized by the tangible mood, primitive energy and vibrant colours that it portrays. While his work is widely published, he has also been interviewed by the BBC World Service and has appeared on the NBC’s ‘Today Show’. He is the author of two books, one titled ‘African Wildlife Exposed’ – a portfolio of his work in Africa and containing a decade’s worth of imagery. The other, a how-to book for photographers, is titled ‘Phototips – Getting It Right In Camera’. Greg is not only a passionate photographer, but also a passionate African who communicates his personal appreciation and awe for wild creatures through his images.