How to Make Money From Wildlife Photography

Are you wondering how to earn money from your wildlife photography? Crowpix Digital Media blog has you covered with these money-making ideas.

The Photographer’s Guide To Shooting The Big Five Animals on an African Safari

Are you considering an African safari for photography purposes? Crowpix Digital Media blog discusses the big five animals, photography, and safari preparedness in this guide.

6 Quick Fire Wildlife Photography Tips

Do you need wildlife photography tips for your upcoming African safari? Read the 6 excellent tips discussed in this blog post by Crowpix Digital Media.

How To Get Started With Wildlife Photography: 5 Ideas that Work 

Do you want to get started with wildlife photography? Crowpix Digital Media blog presents you 5 excellent photo ideas for your African safari.

5 Easy Steps to Improve Your Landscape Photography With a Tripod

Tripods are an essential part of most landscape photographer’s gear. Learn more about why you should not leave a tripod at home with Crowpix Digital Media blog.

Thoughts on Reconnecting with Nature Through Landscape Photography

This post aims to get you into the mind of a landscape photographer. I took some time to explore I took a photographic trip to one of my favourite destinations in the Drakensberg mountains, Cobham campsite. Cobham is a rustic campsite cradled in the valleys of the Southern Drakensberg mountain range, approximately ten kilometres fromContinue reading “Thoughts on Reconnecting with Nature Through Landscape Photography”

An Ancient Water World

If you are someone who appreciates the unusual combination of water, boats, and fine cultural experiences, then Venice is definitely a place to add to your travel destination list. Imagine the London transport network, but placed upon the water, where busses are big boats cruising beside majestic scenes of an ancient city, that is builtContinue reading “An Ancient Water World”

They Own Cattle but Own No Land

“They own cattle but own no land.” These are the words my host uttered to me upon showing me to the quaint cottage room near a misty dam. Quite a bizarre statement to hear for a city slicker like myself. I was unfamiliar with this kind of problem. A problem experienced in the hinterlands surroundingContinue reading “They Own Cattle but Own No Land”

A Most Pleasurable Island

Stone Town is the only functioning historical city in east Africa that is much the same as it was 200 years ago and is a UNESCO world heritage site. This Place Is Unique It is not clichéd to label this island as unique. Zanzibar had the first steam locomotive in East Africa, was the first regionContinue reading “A Most Pleasurable Island”