Photos after dark

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Florida, U.S.A.)

Leopard as if you didn't know

Leopard as if you didn't know

Leopard as if you didn't know
With impala
Here's looking at you
Sad looking lion

Sherry and I have taken a number of photos after dark on night safaris. In fact I've really begun to like this type of photography. We've found that the use of spotlights (only allowed on predators) produces a neat photo. We've had mixed results with flash due to the eye reflection, even holding the flash off the camera. I hope that you enjoy these photos, all shot in the greater Kruger area. I may take an infafed camera to africa this year to see how this would work out. Let us know what you think.

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Feb 29, 2012
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Very nice
by: Jenny

Thanks Bob these are really great night photos. It's not easy getting shots like this so well done.

Feb 28, 2012
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I love these photos
by: Simon

The photos pop against the black background and the spotlight is not too bright so that it burns out the details.

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