Professional wildlife photographic tutors in the Masai Mara

October 27th 2016  |   Kenya, Photography Safaris, Travel, Countries, Experiences, Unique Experiences, Miscellaneous  |  by   Richard Smith
Caracal kittens stalking

“Wow, who took that?” This was the reaction I got to the photograph above of the leaping caracal taken by Michelle Dyball. As safari experts we see a lot of wildlife photos but this was something special, as were many of the others on Ken and Michelle Dyball’s website.


Ken and Michelle arrived in Africa as professional wildlife photographers and have remained ever since. In the last seven years their photography has somewhat played second fiddle to managing safari camps including some of our favourites such as Rekero Camp and Mara Plains.


They’re now available to accompany photographers, from beginners to the more proficient, on safari to help them get the best from their equipment and time in Africa. Since they are based in Kenya’s Masai Mara it’s very cost effective to have them alongside you there, but they are also happy to travel to other areas of Kenya if clients wish.


The photos in this article are from Ken and Michelle’s website www.purenaturesafaris.com where there are a plenty of other examples of their work in both colour and black and white.


If you’d like further information regarding their services to make your photographic safari holiday go even better, please give one of our experts a call, or send us an email. We can put you in touch with them, and if you like what you hear we can make all the arrangements for you.

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