WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER GREG DU TOIT

AWARD WINNING WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER GREG DU TOIT

According to an Africa Geographic article, Greg du Toit is probably Africa's best-known wildlife photographer who sees the broader African continent as his home. His wildlife photography is unique in many aspects; the first is that he only photographs wild animals. Although some of his artworks may seem unbelievable, they have all been created in the wild. Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is unique in many aspects; the first is that he only photographs wild animals. Although some of his artworks may seem unbelievable, they have all been created in the wild. He once sat in a waterhole in the Great Rift Valley for 270 hours to get photographs of lions drinking. This project leads to a sellout exhibition with the National Geographic Gallery on the high streets of London. His photography is both spiritual and personal, a way to share moments that he has witnessed through the lens with his audience. He does not use camera-traps or drones, and he produces his artwork in the camera at the time of the shooting. His photographs are free of digital manipulation, which means that what you see is the truth. An investment in time and in-camera composition have been central to his work ... READ MORE BELOW

Oryx in 3D

Oryx in 3D An aerial view of a herd of Oryx antelope photographed from a helicopter, over the Na...

Oryx in 3D An aerial view of a herd of Oryx antelope photographed from a helicopter, over the Namib desert. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 29cm / 16" x 11" 84cm x 60cm / 33" x 23"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb portfolio of wildlife photography has been captured throughout du Toit's career. It is pri...

$790.00 $1,590.00

Kasanke Sunrise

KASANKE SUNRISE This incredible photograph was around November time at sunset when the largest m...

KASANKE SUNRISE This incredible photograph was around November time at sunset when the largest mammal migration on earth takes place when up to 8 million bats move into a tiny forest in Zambia. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 29cm / 16" x 11" 84cm x 60cm / 33" x 23"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb port...

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Stand of Flamingos

STAND OF FLAMINGOS Photographed from a helicopter at Kenya’s Lake Magadi, where thousands of fla...

STAND OF FLAMINGOS Photographed from a helicopter at Kenya’s Lake Magadi, where thousands of flamingoes descend to feed on the algae-rich waters. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 29cm / 16" x 11" 84cm x 60cm / 33" x 23"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb portfolio of wildlife photography has been captured ...

$790.00 $1,590.00

GREG DU TOIT

After spending 20 years photographing in Africa, waiting for the perfect light, subject, background and behaviour, all to coexist in a single moment, he now has a unique body of work, showcasing the diversity, wonder and awe he feels for Africa. Being a true low light specialist, taking his camera out when it is nearly dark, he enjoys the blue hues that go along with the twilight hours. He is also a master of slow shutter speeds and panning with his subjects to convey a sense of movement and mystery. A four-year project photographing leopards in low light conditions lead to a 13-page portfolio in the BBC Wildlife Magazine. Simultaneously, a photograph taken with a long exposure of elephants at a waterhole in Botswana earned him the highest accolade in world wildlife photography when the BBC named him their Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Subsequently, his work has been exhibited in both the London and Sydney Natural History Museums, and his Authentic Africa collections have been showcased from New York to Singapore. He has also found a conservation purpose through his career, believing that wildlife photographers play an essential role in conservation by giving wildlife a voice. He is an ambassador for lion conservation in Kenya, and he has donated numerous artworks to both animal and humanitarian charities. He has been interviewed by the BBC World Service, CNBC television, and local and international newspapers, and his AWE coffee-table book is now in its second print run. Greg is also one of Africa's most sought after photographic safari guides; see www.gregdutoit.com for more. His prints are available for purchase in just two sizes, with each size limited to only ten signed prints.

Maasai Shepherd

MAASAI SHEPHERD In southern Kenya, a Maasai shepherd is photographed carrying a spear to protect...

MAASAI SHEPHERD In southern Kenya, a Maasai shepherd is photographed carrying a spear to protect his cows from lions. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 33cm / 16" x 13" 84cm x 70cm / 33" x 27"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb portfolio of wildlife photography has been captured throughout du Toit's career....

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Keeping up with Mom

KEEPING UP WITH MOM Elephants are excellent mothers and always place themselves between perceive...

KEEPING UP WITH MOM Elephants are excellent mothers and always place themselves between perceived danger and their babies. Photographed in Botswana’s Northern Tuli Game Reserve. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 33cm / 16" x 13" 84cm x 70cm / 33" x 27"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb portfolio of wildlif...

$790.00 $1,590.00

Shadow and Soul

SHADOW AND SOUL Photographed in the backwaters of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, a feeding...

SHADOW AND SOUL Photographed in the backwaters of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, a feeding frenzy resulted in a plume of dust onto which a Cape Hunting Dog’s shadow was cast. Artist: GREG DU TOIT Signed Limited Edition (10) Medium: Archival print on Ilford Galerie Paper. 41cm x 29cm / 16" x 11" 84cm x 60cm / 33" x 23"  ABOUT THE DU TOIT COLLECTION Greg du Toit's wildlife photography is captured in the wild, as he will not photograph animals in captivity. This superb portfolio of wild...

$790.00 $1,590.00