African Wildlife Photo Book.
The man behind the camera
William Toti's first photo book isn't about landscapes!
Instead, it grew from his 2015 trip to Africa. Although it does contain landscape images, it’s primarily wildlife. Elephants. Lots of them. Spectacular lion shots, including the award-winning “Lion King.” Cheetahs. Baboons. Everything you expect from an African safari adventure.
Although William has photographed all around the world...
…this was his first trip to Africa. Because he expected this would be one of the best trips of his life, he brough wife and son. Son primarily recorded video, wife focused on avoiding being eaten.
For this trip William had to bring out the "big guns."
The flagship Nikon D4 to provide sufficient frame rate to capture the “decisive moment” with fast-moving wildlife. The Nikon 200-400mm f/4 lens: big, heavy, expensive, but the right tool for the job. The result is some of the best images of African wildlife you will ever see.
Need I say more?
Baby Cheetahs hanging from a tree limb
The only think cuter than baby elephants?
67 pages of exciting photos
From Kenya’s Amboseli, and Tanzania’s Tarangire and Serengeti.
The actual Lion King
Up on a rock, peering over his domain. Yep. Just like Disney put him there.
At least that’s the way it looks from the photos. The lions were really brothers, but you coulnd’t tell by watching them!.
A one-eyed leopard in a tree
This guy undoubtedly had a rough time in a rough and tumble fight.
Hundreds of them. One of the largest herds still remaining in Africa.
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