David Rogers Photographic
David has been photographing wild places in Africa for more than 20 years originally He has written and photographed many books and has a deep understanding of the African landscape, the prime photographic spots, the best guides and the lodges that afford flexibility and prime positioning. He loves teaching, and is patient and passionate, and has been running photographic workshops for 10 years.
The bush is the classroom and it’s up to everyone to learn to look beyond the obvious and create interesting images. David will sometimes give ideas for images but he mostly guides people to develop their own style and confidence. These trips are about you and your images.
“David is an excellent wildlife photographer with an infectious enthusiasm for his craft. His personal one-on-one training sessions with me lifted my own photography to a completely new level l such that I’ve since felt comfortable to enter my images into competition…. Read More“
“The trip could not have been any better. David Rogers is an outstanding photographer and great teacher he experience of travelling with him for a week was invaluable. With only three others on tour the amount of professional and personal time we got was amazing…. Read More“
“My wife and I have just returned from David’s “Best of Botswana Workshop – Feb. 2011”. We both thoroughly enjoyed the trip were all excellent. With out a doubt however, the best part of the trip was having David as our guide…. Read More”
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