Monday, January 1, 2007

About the C4 Blog

C4 Images and Safaris is the inspiration of two award winning wildlife photographers, André Cloete and Shem Compion. Both are photographers who have an inherent love for nature and the outdoors. We are passionate about providing Photo tours and Safaris to the best wildlife destinations in Africa, and beyond.

The official line is that “We provide specialist photographic safaris and photo workshops for the nature and photography enthusiast” and we really love doing exactly, so much so that C4 Images and Safaris has established itself as one of the only specialist photographic tour operations in South Africa.

This Blog is to update you on our latest news, trips and photo safaris and photo workshops that we run. Its part of our passion to give you information, tips, techniques and general light hearted chat about what we get up to while at work…

Hope you enjoy!



Botswana Tour Trip Report, December 2009 - Part 2
Botswana Tour Trip Report, December 2009 -Part 1
C4 Delta Safari December 2009
Masai Mara Tour Report Back - November Tour
The Chiefs Island Experience - Isak Pretorius
Chiefs Island Trip Report - Part 2
Chiefs Island Trip Report - Part 1
Mashatu Trip Report - Part 2
Mashatu Trip Report - Part 1
National Geographic/Getaway Digital Photography Workshop
Masai Mara Video
Masai Mara Photo Tour
Trip Report, Part 2
Trip Report
Elephant Charging Wild Dogs
Mashatu Workshop, 6 - 10 August 2009
Namibia, a Dersert Tour - Part 2
Namibia, a Desert Tour - Part 1
National Geographic/Getaway Wildlife Photo Workshop
Photo Workshop, 12 - 16 June 2009
Photo Workshop Report Back, Mashatu Game Reserve
Leopard and Porcupine Interaction Video
Guiding Your Photo Workshop
Safari Season
Photo Workshop Report
Photo Workshop Video
The Flirts of our 2009 Photo Workshops
Spreading our Wings
Supporting Your Photography
Kalahari Excitement
Photo Workshop
More Workshops
Okovango Birds
The Great White Shark
A Cold Season is Upon Us
Moonscapes and Silhouettes
A Wet and Dry Season
Kalahari Splendour
More Reconnaisance
Flowers of Namaqualand