Safari Shutters

This is a group for anyone who loves taking photos of wildlife and listening to the sounds of the bush. We share information and ideas here with all of the other 'Safari Shutters' in our group. For constructive advice, we encourage you to post your unedited images as well as your edited versions.  This will make it easier for our experienced members in our group to assist you with ways to improve your wildlife photography  – All welcome…even if you don’t have all the big lenses!

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Latest Activity: Jan 24

4 Day Wildlife Photographic Safari - September 2016

Our next 4 Day Wildlife Photographic Safari will take place at Monate Private Game Lodge in Limpopo. It has been scheduled for the 2nd of September 2016 to September the 5th.

For more details please click on the Wildlife Photographic Safari link here below:


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A Story through my lens

Started by Bruna Mentrup-Nortje. Last reply by Rudolph Viljoen Sep 3, 2015. 5 Replies

Us as wildlife photographers absolutely love nature and are curios as to what beautiful things were put on this earth for our enjoyment.When we see such amazing sights, it is a remarkable experience to be able to pay the picture from the human eye justice by photographing it with the right equipment to enjoy forever…Continue

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Comment by JP Kasselman on July 11, 2011 at 12:32
Lets see some action
Comment by Johnny Barrington on July 11, 2011 at 12:19

We were in George and Knysna last week and i took some photos of the Kingfisher and Knysna Turaco Loerie.My mission was to take a photo of the Kingfisher and I was so lucky to see 2 different Kingfisher birds of which one was the smallest and the other one a rare type in that area.  Will keep my eyes open for any tips here.


Comment by Danie Bester on July 11, 2011 at 12:01

Well done Bruna, you did a splendid job creating this group. 

Hope to see some action here!







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