The Rwandan Development Board invited us to cover the annual Kwita Izina (‘gorilla naming’) ceremony this year. Darrel Bristow-Bovey wrote the story and I was sent, along with a small mountain of equipment, to photograph it.
Blog posts: Photography
See the world through the colourful lens of our photojournalists and bloggers. Here you’ll find an exquisite collection of photographs from all over the globe. Whether you are a budding photographer looking for tips and tricks or you just want to gawk at the majestic photos taken by our elite crew of photojournalists be sure to pay the photography section a visit.
Horse riding in the Drakensberg: photographer Teagan Cunniffe captured these gorgeous mountain photos from horseback.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, awarded by London’s Natural History Museum, is one of the most prestigious photo competitions in the world – have a look at these gorgeous wildlife photos from around the world.
Instantly improve your photography with these tips from Getaway photographer, Teagan Cunniffe.
Our colleague and associate editor at CARmag, Sudhir Matai, has been travelling again, this time to Iceland for a new vehicle launch. He took the opportunity to stay on and spent a few days touring this remote and beautiful island. Here are a few highlights of his trip.
Photos from one of South Africa’s hardest pilgrimages: Teagan Cunniffe joined Shembe worshippers to walk barefoot over rocky ground in KwaZulu-Natal.
Writer Pippa de Bruyn and Photographer Teagan Cunniffe explore De Hoop Nature Reserve in the October 2015 issue of Getaway Magazine.
In 2013 a 500-kilometre finger of land stretching from Namibia to the corner Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia was named the Zambezi Region. Formerly known as the Caprivi, this odd strip of land is home to four rivers and at the right time of year, a befuddling amount of elephant.
Panorama problems: lines don’t meet up correctly, or angles refuse to sync? Here’s how to fix these problems commonly experienced with panorama photography.
I’ve always believed the best way to experience the wildlife of Chobe National Park is by boat, but some boats are better than others. Especially if those boats are Pangolin Photo Boats equipped with lekker zoom lenses and a knowledgeable guide.