This was taken at a campsite waterhole in Etosha, Okaukuejo I believe. To get shots like this you are going to need a few bits of kit. Besides a camera and a good lens, you’ll need a good flash, I have a Nikon SB910, something to get your flash off your camera, like some pocketwizards, and a flash x-tender. Something that is also very useful is a trustful assistant who will happily run around with flash in hand pointing it in the right direction. There is a bit of trial and error involved as the beam from the flash x-tender is very narrow. Once you get it right you get some pretty good shots.
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