Episode 15: Kenya Photography Safari

Insights, Preparation, Gear and Strategies

“Chasing is the worst thing you can do when you’re trying to photograph wildlife – anticipate, let them come to you.”

In this episode of Beyond The Lens, internationally acclaimed photographer and podcast host, Richard Bernabe provides an insight into safari photography and talks through his tips for preparation, equipment, and capturing great shots. Explaining what is needed to organize such a trip, Richard mentions some of his favorite locations in Africa and shares why he has chosen to go to Maasai Mara in September. Richard talks about the camera equipment he will take for his trip to Kenya, explains each piece’s strengths and reveals some of his expertise and tricks! Finally, Richard discusses his shooting strategy and explains why he likes to keep it simple.

You can follow Richard’s trip to Maasai Mara, Kenya, on his Instagram, @bernabephoto and Twitter, @bernabephoto.

To find out more, visit: www.richardbernabe.com


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Created & produced by: Podcast Partners
Published: Sep 9, 2022

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