Episode 4 – Mirrorless Cameras, Birds of East Africa Field Guide, Monopod or Tripod and Vultures in the Mara Triangle.

In episode 4, Alan and Kaleel talk about the advantages and disadvantages of mirrorless cameras and DSLRs, Smallrig rechargeable batteries and Vultures in the Mara Triangle is our memorable photography moment. Kaleel reviews Birds of East Africa by Terry Stevenson & John Fanshawe, John Gale & Brian Small (Illustrators). Alan discussed the benefits of packing a monopod for a photography safari rather than a tripod and questions from listeners about where and when to photograph specific animals.

By |2023-07-13T16:02:35+00:0013 July 2023|Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 3 – Equipment & Packing for a Photography Safari, Lazy Journalism, Kisaru the Cheetah, plus… Alan & Kaleel Argue About Pronouncing ‘Shemagh’!

Alan & Kaleel talk about equipment and packing for a photography safari, Alan gets annoyed at lazy UK journalism on the subject of "Ferrari Safaris" and the memorable photo moment is a wonderful cheetah called Kisaru. Kaleel answers some questions to the podcast, Alan reviews Janesta Pulella's Pathinder book and argues with Kaleel about how to pronounce 'Shemagh'!

By |2023-06-08T05:44:09+00:007 June 2023|Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 2 – Safety on Safari, Warthogs, plus… the Leopard and the Porcupine.

Alan & Kaleel talk about two species of warthogs and electric safari vehicles. Alan's memorable moment is a leopard in a tree with a porcupine and Kaleel reviews The Kingdon Field Guide to African Mammals. Safety on safari is the main topic, how safe is it to be so close to wild animals on safari?

By |2023-05-06T10:06:59+00:006 May 2023|Podcast|0 Comments

Episode 1 – Introduction to the Podcast and Maasai Mara Conservancies vs National Reserve

Alan & Kaleel introduce their new African Photography Safaris podcast, highlight two of their memorable safari moments, describe a typical safari day and discuss the differences between the Maasai Mara Conservancies and the National Reserve. Alan talks about one of his favourite fieldguide books, Beat About the Bush by Trevor Carnaby.

By |2023-03-22T15:37:14+00:0022 March 2023|Podcast|1 Comment


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