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You are going on a photo safari to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park that is famous for its black-maned lions, raptors, cheetahs and amazing landscapes - you have dreams of capturing your fantastic wildlife experiences on camera and returning home with impressive images to show friends and family.
You get home with magnificent memories, but boring photographs that have not captured the essence of the Kgalagadi. You are so disappointed with the photographs that you show nobody.
Or, even worse, you cannot find the animals to photograph! Remember, the national parks are not zoos, you need to be able to first find the subjects and then know how best to photograph them.
The above scenario is played out by many people each year. You are unsure of what photo equipment to bring with, you don't know where the animal hot-spots are and you don't know what to expect from the animals if and when you do find them.
And then, by the time you are just getting 'acclimatized' to the park, it's time to go home!
For many people, an African safari is a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience and you don't have the time or money to repeat the trip in order to rectify mistakes you made on your first safari.
the solution to your problem is this Kgalagadi self-drive eBook (US$27.80) that you can download today (no postage costs) and either print out or keep on your laptop, iPad and/or Smartphone.
The plan is that when you arrive at an area covered in this eBook you'll know where to go when and what to expect and you will know what equipment and techniques will be most effective.
From the first day you arrive at the Kgalagadi you can be photographing the key animal species like a Kgalagadi veteran!
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Written by two wildlife photographers who have spent over two years on African photo safaris – both guided safaris and self-drive safaris.
We are confident this eBook will immensely improve your Kgalagadi photo safari:
· It's for every level of photographer - whether you have just one camera and one lens or if you are an advanced photographer with all the latest gear.
· It's a substantial book - 316 pages filled with photos, advice, tips and lessons that the authors have spent years learning.
· It's a blend of theory with plenty of practical advice - there are explicit directions (with great maps), best times to visit, photographic lessons and expected subjects for the whole park including the new lodges on the Botswana side of the park.
· It's instantly accessible - no waiting for postal deliveries or expensive couriers.
· Whenever we update the eBook with fresh information you will be entitled to the revised copy at no charge.
· It's guaranteed - you get a 30-day money-back guarantee.
· The eBook is portable - you can take it with you in your vehicle and refer to it while at the waterholes and/or while sitting at the camps doing a sofa-safari!
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
How to Use this Book
Making the Most of Your Kgalagadi Safari
Travelling Tips for Your Kgalagadi Trip
Stop-overs to or from the Kgalagadi
THE SOUTHERN SECTION
Twee Rivieren Rest Camp
Suggested Drive from Twee Rivieren - Route 1 (Afternoon)
Twee Rivieren Waterhole
Suggested Drive from Twee Rivieren - Route 2 (Morning)
Photographic Lesson 1: Patience and Preparation
Rooiputs Luxury Lodge
Suggested Drive from Rooiputs Lodge - Route 1 (Morning or Afternoon)
Suggested Drive from Rooiputs Lodge - Route 2 (Afternoon)
Photographic Lesson 2: Light-driven vs. Subject-driven
Kieliekrankie Wilderness Camp
Suggested Drive from Kieliekrankie - Route 1 (Morning or Afternoon)
Kij Gamies Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 3: Be Alert and Scan all around you
Kij Kij Waterhole
Suggested Drive from Kieliekrankie - Route 2 (Afternoon)
Photographic Lesson 4: Finding Subjects to Photograph
Photographic Lesson 5: Photographing on Game Drives (Guided & Self-drive)
THE CENTRAL SECTION
Urikaruus Wilderness Camp
Suggested Drive from Urikaruus - Route 1 (Afternoon)
Suggested Drive from Urikaruus - Route 2 (morning)
Dertiende Boorgat Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 6: Anticipating Animal Behavior
Veertiende Boorgat Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 7: Don't make assumptions & expect the unexpected!
Craig Lockhart Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 8: Be Prepared
Kalahari Tented Camp
Suggested Drive from KTC
Photographic Lesson 9: Choosing which Subject to Focus on / stay with
Mata Mata Rest Camp and Hide
Suggested Drive from Mata Mata
Photographic Lesson 10: Don't focus on only the big cats and watch TTL
Bitterpan Wilderness Camp
Suggested Drive from Bitterpan
Jan se Draai Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 11: What to do with Disappointing Photos
THE NORTHERN SECTION
Nossob Rest Camp
Suggested Drive from Nossob - Route 1 (Afternoon)
Photographic Lesson 12: Take what you saw yesterday & use it today
Marie se Draai Waterhole
Suggested Drive from Nossob - Route 2 (Morning)
Photographic Lesson 13: Photographing landscapes
Cubitje Quap Waterhole
Polentswa Tented Camp
Suggested Drive from Polentswa Camp - Route 1 (Morning or Afternoon)
Photographic Lesson 14: Follow the Signs
Grootkolk Wilderness Camp
Suggested Drive from Grootkolk Camp - Route 1 (Morning)
Photographic Lesson 15: Leopard in the Afternoon at a ‘Morning’ waterhole – Now What?!
Suggested Drive from Grootkolk Camp - Route 2 (Morning & Afternoon)
Unions End Waterhole
Photographic Lesson 16: “Best” is not Always Better
Gharagab Wilderness Camp
Suggested Drive from Gharagab
Photographic Lesson 17: Photographing at Night from the Camps
MORE ABOUT THE KGALAGADI
Leopards of the Kgalagadi
Cheetahs of the Kgalagadi
Flowers of the Kgalagadi
Animals visiting you in your Cabin & at your Campsite
Accommodation in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park:
Other important information:
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Mario & Jenny Fazekas have, since 1995, spent over 850 days on self-drive and guided safaris in African National Parks in southern & east Africa and much of that time has been spent in South Africa and Botswana’s Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Many of their photographs have been published and they have won a number of photographic contests.
Who better to than these two photographers to advise you on how best to find and photograph the Kgalagadi's amazing wildlife!
The Photographers Guide to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park costs only US$27.80
That's 50% less than the cheapest chalet costs you for one night in the Kgalagadi!
Remember, you are spending thousands of dollars on safari accommodation, travel and photographic gear - ensure that you get value for money from your safari by investing in The Photographers Guide to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, so that you can make certain that you return home from your safari with images you are proud of.
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