Computational photography is the new name of the game (if you ask me of course) and it really shines when you get a professional photographer like Andy Biggs out on Safari!

Light has posted a new blog featuring the photos and story of Andy Biggs out on safari with the Light L16.

I am an avid adventurer, conservationist, teacher, and outdoor photographer whose photography celebrates the African landscape and its rich wildlife, people, and culture. Every year, I spend roughly 20 weeks leading safari or nature photography trips. In August, I took a group of photographers to Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve.

Between the months of July and October, huge numbers of animals—zebras, wildebeests, gazelles, and impala—move between this area in Kenya and Tanzania's Serengeti National Park

I agree with him:

Photography is all about storytelling.

I also find it interesting that Light posts Andy's photos which have all been lovingly converted to black and white, yet there's no plan (I asked) to add B&W as an option for shooting on the Light L16. Maybe if Andy asks (LOL).

Hope you enjoy the new computational photography brought to you by Light (and in this case by Andy Biggs)

Source: The Animals of the Masai Mara by Light – Captured by Light


(cover photo credit: snippet from Andy Biggs on the Light Post)


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