Top websites for wildlife photography

A great list of African wildlife photography websites to add to your bookmarks! 😉

Africa Imagery

Images of Africa, its people and its wildlife!

C 4 Images & Safaris

Provides specialist photographic safaris and photo workshops for the nature and photography enthusiast!

David Lloyd Photography

Wildlife and travel photography weblog and galleries!

Greg Du Toit Photography & Safaris

His latest pictures were taken whilst immersed in a waterhole (watch the video below)! The results are rather spectacular…

Isak Pretorius Photography

Naturalist who loves photographing the beauty of the natural world!

Jonathan and Angela Scott Wildlife Photography

Jonathan and Angela Scott are world renowned for their amazing photography skills. Jonathan is co-presenter of the hugely popular BBC television series Big Cat Diary!

Karine Aigner Photography

Photo editing photographer and photographing photo editor. Does both, loves both! 🙂

Kerry de Bruyn Photography

Seizing Africa’s splendour in a magical way! 🙂

Marius Coetzee Photography

Young, gifted and African!

Michael Poliza Photography

Michael Poliza’s galleries of his three big books: Africa, Eyes on Africa, and Antarctic!

Nick Brandt Portfolios

Nick Brandt is without a doubt a big name when it comes to wildlife photography; a real artist!

Nick On Wild…

Sharing his shots from Kings Pool, which lies north east of the Okavango Delta (border of Namibia’s Caprivi Strip)!

Nigel Dennis Wildlife Photography

Images of African wildlife, nature and landscapes!

Patrick Bentley Photography

Wildlife images from Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park!

Pietro Luraschi

Consultant, guide and trainer for various companies and camps, or as a private guide for guests who want to have a deeper understanding of the bush!


Exploring Southern Africa in high dynamic range! Blog by Morkel Erasmus.

Serengeti Wildlife (by Uwe Skrzypczak)

Latest news and photos from the Serengeti National Park!

Shem Images

Shem Compion: professional wildlife and nature photographer!

Urszula Kozak Photography

Stunning black and white portfolio; most definitely worth having a look! 😉

Wild Eye (Previously Photo-Africa)

Wild Eye Destinations & Photography is the collaborative result of the creative minds of Jono Buffey, Gerry Van Der Walt & Andrew Beck.

Wildlife Conservation Films (By Dereck and Beverly Joubert)

Dereck and Beverly Joubert are award-winning filmmakers, National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence and wildlife conservationists, who have been filming, photographing, researching and exploring in Africa for over 30 years.

Wildlife Photography Blog

Wildlife photography blog from wildlife pictures online!


12 Responses to Top websites for wildlife photography

  1. Mitchell Krog August 12, 2016 at 10:27 am #

    Some of the greatest togs and friends here.

    • Michael Theys August 12, 2016 at 10:43 am #

      Thanks for your comment Mitchell. You’re definitely one of them as well! Keep up the fab work! 🙂

  2. Philip June 12, 2010 at 8:58 am #

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks a lot for including my website, really appreciate it! Have updated it in the last 2 weeks with new menu images and others.

    Thanks again!


  3. Morkel Erasmus May 19, 2010 at 10:42 am #

    Hey Michael! Thanks a ton for including my humble blog amongst these big names…it means a lot. We can only hope that our efforts create enough awareness of the natural beauty and energy in Africa so we can conserve it for future generations.

    Keep up the good work!

    Kind regards,
    Morkel Erasmus

    • Africafreak May 19, 2010 at 10:59 am #

      Hi Morkel,

      It’s my pleasure, really! 🙂 Always happy to help people who do make a difference! 😉

      Take care,


  4. Scotch March 27, 2010 at 7:30 am #

    Michael, thanks for sorting the links out – now it'll be a breeze checking out and enjoying all the sites you've listed.

  5. Mario March 27, 2010 at 8:26 am #

    Hey Michael, this is a a great selection of wildlife photography websites – well done! All these sites are good in that they provide value in the way of advice and are not just ‘sales’ sites, selling photos. Having wildlife photography as my hobby I was aware of only 50% of these sites.



    • africafreak March 29, 2010 at 2:43 pm #

      Pleasure Mario, glad you found them useful! 😉

      Btw, had a look at your Kruger 2 Kalahari website, and it looks amazing – well done to you! 🙂

      We should definitely keep in touch!

      Kind regards,


  6. Gerry March 26, 2010 at 9:04 pm #

    Hi Michael!

    Thanks for including Photo-Africa on your list! Always great to be involved with your site! Also well done on a great collection of sites. Amazing photographers and an honor to be included!

    Best regards,

  7. Uwe Skrzypczak March 26, 2010 at 3:05 pm #

    Thank you Michael for mentioning my blog, I look like the others in peace. Fantastic working.

    Best regards from Germany!


  8. Scotch March 26, 2010 at 1:04 pm #

    Hi and thanks for including my blog – am flattered as don't belong in the same league as these other photographers!

    Just a bit confused though why visitors can't click through from your listings to the relevant website – no links and also can't copy the URL, so have to try and memorise it. So unfortunately what could be a really valuable resource loses its usefulness because of the schlepp in trying to open these sites.

    Maybe you could include links (make them no follow if necessary) next time simply to make it more convenient for your readers. But thanks nevertheless for making this list.

    • africafreak March 26, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

      Hi Scotch,

      Thanks for your mention, I must admit I hadn't realized (on the moment…) that people couldn't copy the links…it's a security for my pictures! 😉

      Have now made all the links clickable so it should no longer be a hassle! 🙂

      Keep well,


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