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Two Giraffes

Just to see how simple a picture I could make. Giraffes can be tricky because of their size and the environment they are in. If you can get a bit of sky in the picture then the odds of a good clean picture get better.

This picture: 400mm, 1/250th, f/9.5, ISO 100
A Lion called Caesar

I often use this image on my safaris to illustrate that high ISO is not detrimental to a picture. This one was at 6400 and the noise is barely visible, especially printed. Compromising on ISO just risks blurred or underexposed pictures too much.

This picture: 400mm, 1/250th, f/2.8, ISO 6400
Wildlife of India Photo Tour 2017

We still have places left on our two week long Wildlife of India Photo Tour. On this tour we not only photograph tigers, but also elephants, rhino, bears, leopard, and more across three different parks.

For more into, please follow the link below.

Wildlife of India Photo Tour

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British Wildlife Photo Days

I have just announced the dates for our British Wildlife Photo Days for 2017. These days we have exclusive access the the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey, England and we stay late, to catch the late afternoon and early evening light, the best light of the day.

For more info, please follow the link below.

British Wildlife Centre Photo Days

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Big Cat Mud Bath won first place in the Mammals Category in the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year last night. It's one competition which had eluded me until now. Congratulations to all the other awardees too, the high standards made it so much more rewarding.
British Wildlife Photo Days

I have just announced the dates for our British Wildlife Photo Days for 2017. These days we have exclusive access the the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey, England and we stay late, to catch the late afternoon and early evening light, the best light of the day.

For more info, please follow the link below.

British Wildlife Centre Photo Days

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Tigers of India Photo Tour 2017

I have just posted details of our new Tigers of India Photo Tour. It's an eight day tour featuring five full days in Bandhavgarh National Park. You can also optionally combine it with our Wildlife of India Photo tour for a three week wildlife experience.

For more info, please follow the link below.

Tigers of India Photo Tour

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Wildlife of India Photo Tour 2017

We still have places left on our two week long Wildlife of India Photo Tour. On this tour we not only photograph tigers, but also elephants, rhino, bears, leopard, and more across three different parks.

For more into, please follow the link below.

Wildlife of India Photo Tour

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Here is one from last February of a leopard and her cub. It all happened very quickly and I think I only had about 15 seconds before they moved away. It was unexpectedly close too, so a shorter lens was better than a long one. Happily the foliage was well placed for a natural frame.

This picture: 200mm, 1/500th, f/3.3, ISO 320
Maasai Giraffes in the Maasai Mara last February. Giraffes are kind of tricky at the best of times, so when a sky like this shows up, then you have to make the most of it.

This picture: 70mm, 1/180th, f/3.3, ISO 100
The local leopard, from last season's photo safaris in the Maasai Mara. On many of our week long safaris we saw leopard on most days. For this one, it was still early and dark, hence the relatively slow shutter speed.

I have a new page now which bears more focus on our safaris and life on safari at David Lloyd Photo Safaris.

This picture: 400mm, 1/125th, f/2.8, ISO 1250
I have a new Facebook page up, David Lloyd Photo Safaris. It features behind the scenes photos and stories from our safaris, as well as additional info and client photos too. So be sure to give it a like! To find out more, please follow the link below.

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This is Scar, with his famous scar above the eye. Scar is possibly the most iconic lion in the Maasai Mara right now. He's had his scar since about 2012, and unfortunately for him it's bothered him since then. It doesn't help when he keeps scratching it, especially at various times when it looked almost healed.

I've been wanting a portrait of him for some years now, and this August he finally...
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Wildlife of India

I have a new photo safari for April 2017, the Wildlife of India. This safari is designed so that we can see and photograph as many species of Indian wildlife that is possible in 15 days, including Indian rhino, Asian elephant, leopard, sloth bear and of course, tiger.

For more info please follow the link below.

Wildlife of India | David Lloyd Wildlife Photography

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Two on one: This was the aftermath of a rare sighting, of two cheetahs chasing down two gazelles simultaneously. Mother cheetah chased down mother gazelle, and one of her offspring chased down her baby. Here are two of the young cheetahs fighting over the gazelle baby.

This picture: 400mm, 1/1000th, f/2.8, ISO 640
I have a new Facebook page up, David Lloyd Photo Safaris. It will feature behind the scenes photos and stories from our safaris, as well as additional info and client photos too. So be sure to give it a like! To find out more, please follow the link below.

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A Tower Of Five, from last month in the Maasai Mara

This picture: 400mm, 1/500th, f/8, ISO 360
I have a new Facebook page up, David Lloyd Photo Safaris. It will feature safari behind the scenes photos, stories, info and client photos too, so be sure to give it a like! To find out more, then follow the link below.

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African Buffalo Up Close

Here is one more from our recent migration photo safari season in the Maasai Mara last month. It was quite dark too, see the picture info below. I steadied up using a beanbag, which in my opinion is the best way to steady up a long lens.

This picture: 550mm, 1/180th, f/8, ISO 6400
Solitary Migration

Here's a slow pan picture of a solitary wildebeest during our recent migration photo safaris in the Maasai Mara. Slow pan pictures are a favourite thing of mine. We had a lot of fun taking these this year.