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May 24, 2009

Singita Launches Expert Photographic Safaris

By Pardhasaradhi Gonuguntla

Singita Game Reserves, South Africa’s premier operator of luxury game lodges, has introduced Professional Photographic Safaris at their select Singita safari destinations in Southern and East Africa. Led by world-renowned wildlife photographer Adrian Steirn, the 4 and 6-day safaris will afford photography enthusiasts the opportunity to enhance and apply their craft in some of the world’s most awe-inspiring wildlife photography locales

Featuring customized itineraries, the Singita photographic safaris will explore different eco-systems, comprising a range of wildlife and landscape choices, and an extraordinary variety of fauna and flora.

Catering to small groups and all skill levels, from beginners to professionals, and with only three people per game viewing vehicle, an intimate, individualized and enriching experience is guaranteed. Itineraries include professional tuition during both shooting and editing. Between game drives, intense workshops on technique, style and post-production will be presented, during which participants will learn new techniques to improve their photography.

The first 6-day Singita Professional Photographic Safari is scheduled to take place in South Africa at Singita Ebony in the Sabi Sand Reserve and Singita Sweni in the Kruger National Park from June 15 – 21, 2009, and again from November 21 – 27, 2009.

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