About David Rogers

David Rogers (the founder of Photos and Africa) has been documenting African landscapes and wildlife for the last 30 years as a writer and photographer for numerous travel and environmental magazines and as a photographic guide and teacher. He was born in Cape Town, and still lives there with his wife, Jenni, and two sons Liam and Dane. He has more than 15 books and 100s of magazine stories to his credit.

Goings on at Nsefu Stork colony

Nsefu in South Luangwa is a special place. From February to June it’s stork colony is a breeding ground for thousands of yellow billed storks which hoover up vast quantities of barbel and tilapia fishes found in the fertile lagoons and river.

Not only is the stork colony one of the largest stork in Southern […]

By |August 1st, 2019|Photo Tips, Photo Travel, Photographic workshops|0 Comments

All you need to know about visiting Victoria Falls

The worlds widest waterfall at 1.7km wide and one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.

Time of year: Heaviest flow is April/May when flood comes down. Expect to be completely wet when visting at that time. Rain coats can be hired, but cameras will need cover.

Which side is best: Don’t worry about what […]

By |July 30th, 2019|Family Travel, Photo Travel, Photographic workshops|0 Comments

Exploring Hwange with Machaba

The road to Hwange
Leaving the rushing waters of Victoria Falls behind, my family and I followed a road fringed by twisted boababs and teak forests that glowed red and orange in their autumn foliage and into the dry and isolated heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. For the next week, we would be […]

By |July 29th, 2019|Family Travel, Photo Travel|0 Comments

How to buy the best travel insurance?

“I’ve just broken my arm.”

“I  had an accident, my leg is in plaster.”

“My mother died. I need to be with my family.”

“My employer has insisted that I cannot travel.”

“The airline I was using has gone insolvent.”

“My wife fell off the game viewer and need emergency medical treatment.”

These stories are real. When people should be […]

By |May 28th, 2019|Family Travel, Photo Travel|0 Comments

10 things to know about Astro-photography

Use the widest and fastest lens that you own. I use my Nikon 14 – 24 mm which I set at 14mm.
The most prominent part of the Milky Way, called the Galactic Centre and is usually at a great angle and not too high in the sky in the months of May […]

By |May 20th, 2019|Online learning, Photo Tips, Photo Travel|0 Comments
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