The people, places and fauna of Kenya is featured in nature documentaries and magazines around the world. Glorious light dances upon exceptional subject matter to create engaging and delightful images. Unfortunately, without proper instruction many visitors take home photographs that are lackluster, failing to capture the essence of the setting. Without proper composition, depth of field and light quality, you cannot achieve consistent spectacular images for all your shots no matter how much software correction you use. AfricanMecca offers photography safaris in Kenya that include the professional instruction and location selection that you need to create images beyond your highest expectations. You can easily capture an image that relays the close relationship between a mother elephant and her calf in Amboseli with Kilimanjaro as the backdrop, strength of Maasai warriors, gripping excitement of a cheetah kill in Samburu and so much more. Start your journey in Kenya by speaking with your AfricanMecca tour representative about your photo exploration of all that Kenya offers. Most photographers understand that the equipment does not make the picture. Instead, it is the vision of the photographer. In fact, a technically-sound image can be less appealing than one that is technically-imperfect, yet exquisitely represents the vision of the photographer. Under the guidance of our photography experts in Kenyan parks and reserves, you learn how to use depth of field, composition and other elements to effectively communicate your vision and everything that Kenya represents to you during your exploratory travel in Africa. Our guides take you to finest locations that offer ample subject matter and potential composition. Our photo tour guide also enlightens you about certain considerations, such as foreground, background, mid-ground, light, framing and composition. They point out elements to include that draw the eye into your final images, giving viewers a journey into the experience of your wilderness tour of Kenya. We teach you how to use various settings on your camera to enhance the story behind your photography, including auto tracking, panning, long exposures, night shots with flash and ambient light, macro and natural framing.