Tuesday, August 4, 2015

1st click of the month!

Photo: Flávia Gomes
Let's start the month by clicking around our region. If you like photography, you should stay tuned to follow our group and joy the weekends tours around Santos and region. Come and join us!!

Monday, July 27, 2015

American Assassin

I think that no other word would suit this case, but repudiation... This what I am feeling about this american assassin who killed the male lion in Zimbabwe few days ago. I still asking myself what this guy have inside his head. It is very sad when you see that we still have cases about brutality, cruelty and poaching against those magnificent animals. -  I have choose the lion as a symbol of my business, which means a lot for me, specially the black mane lion, the one he killed.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

14 years old!

Photo: Renato Maciel
Inspiring people to love the planet through our images, and teaching the youngsters to care about nature and its species is part of our mission, which I believe we are succeeding.

The right angle!

Photo: Renato Maciel
Teaching people to look after the right angle and perfect position.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015


A little bit of kindness after lunch. A pride of lions resting together after action...

Thank you all!

Photo: Renato Maciel
My big thank you to all of you for the trust and attendance during our workshop.

II Workshop for beginners

Photo: Renato Maciel
We had our II workshop for beginners this weekend focusing wildlife photography which was very well attended and with incredible results. I was quite surprised how people can get it done after they understand the simple mechanism of speed / aperture / light...

Thamires Mendonça

Photo: Renato Maciel
Photo: Renato Maciel

Very proud of this 14 years old girl, she has attended one year class in our project in 2014 and today she is helping us teaching others about photography. Thanks a lot Thamires Mendonça

What a nice surprise!

Photo: Renato Maciel

Photo: Renato Maciel
I was surprised to see this little boy attending my second Photography Workshop this weekend in Santos. Of course his interest was not in photography itself, but in the subjects which we were discussing about. Yes, a 8 years old boy following our project and interested to learn more about wildlife, this is what we are talking about. It is all about passion!

Sunday, July 5, 2015

My little friend...

This is Murilo, one of my boys from the Creche, maybe one of my assistants in Africa, why not?!

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Wildbeest Migration

I was really happy to presence part of the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, one of the biggest in the planet where millions of these espetacular animal moves up north towards Kenya. They normally move in big herds, which is easy to identify by the noise they produce when running.

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Quite close...

A nice view of a spotted hyena in the Serengeti pans.... It was so comfortable with our presence that  distance was not a problem anymore..

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Monday, June 8, 2015

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Our future...

As I always say, there is no other way out but to teach and bring to the attention of these new generation the importance to protect and care about nature and its species. That's what I am trying to do.

Monday, June 1, 2015

There is no free lunch

As a friend of mine usually says... There is no free lunch, not even in the savannah. 

Friday, May 29, 2015

Seeking for Help...

We are currently seeking for help to work in our organization, a young person with a lot of energy and interested to learn. This person will be assisting me in a part time job, dealing with administrative and operational stuff. The candidate must love nature, animals, adventure and photography. You can send your resume to our e-mail: luiz@wildlifephotography.com.br and we certainly will go back to you.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Photo Exhibition

If you like wildlife photography you should spend sometime to see our exhibition which is located inside the Shopping Parque Balneário in Santos. We have 22 posters sized 50cm x 75cm showing a little bit of the African fauna.