can be a wildlife photographer,’ explains Toby Jermyn, Pangolin Photo Safaris.
Pangolin Photo Safaris’ mantra is that all travellers are now also photographers, whether it be from a phone, Go Pro, point and shoot or complex SLR.
The operator’s African safaris have been designed by photographers for photographers and can accommodate all levels from non-photographers wanting to see African wildlife from a different point of view to professionals seeking to improve their skills.
Jermyn says he wants to make it easy for trade to build itineraries and help educate clients, so they’re not intimidated.
‘Once you get over the idea that it’s just hardened pros who do these safaris, people get really excited about it.’