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.

An Emerald Season Adventure in Luangwa

           

For the past 12 years, my photographic river journeys down the Luangwa River have been the highlight of my year. Not only do I love the Valley, the wildlife and the people here, but this time of year, which is called the Emerald Season produces such wonderful photographic opportunities. Our first group for the […]

By |March 13th, 2017|Photo Travel, Photographic workshops|1 Comment

Mad about the Mara

The Mara is a bucket list destination and there are few places on earth where photographers will fill their cards faster than these rolling green hills with their abundant herds and large numbers of lions and cheetah. The wide-open plains and flat-topped Acacia tortillis trees of the Mara made famous by films such as […]

By |December 15th, 2016|Photographic workshops|0 Comments

Another fantastic Luangwa safari

Just putting my feet up at Lusaka Airport after 6 incredible nights in the fantastic Luangwa Valley and thinking about yet another wonderful trip shared with wonderful people. Thank you Astra, Marisa, Sean, Jenny, Neil and John – we sure had awesome sightings and created some remarkable photographs and boy the sundowners were fun. […]

By |September 7th, 2016|Photo Travel, Photographic workshops|0 Comments

Blooming marvelous: Exploring the Western Cape flowers by motorhome

The flowers this year might be the best ever. Worried about not getting accommodation; why not consider visiting by motorhome? Not only does it give you amazing flexibility to follow the flowers, but it also gives you great options for having picnics, taking a rest at the side of the road, or even using the […]

By |August 30th, 2016|Family Travel, Photo Tips, Photo Travel|0 Comments

When bigger is not better?

Everyone loves fast glass (lenses that go to f2.8 or f4), but for photographers that don’t want to carry heavy gear in the field and when weight limits are an issue, there is a great deal of sense in looking at lighter alternatives. After experiencing a bout of shoulder trouble, I have put aside […]

By |August 16th, 2016|Gear Reviews, Photo Tips, Photo Travel|1 Comment
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