Conservation Photography

Conservation photography is about creating iconic and thought provoking imagery, giving a voice to our fragile earth. Powerful imagery breaks through language barriers, creating awe and wonder, reinforced by a genuine understanding, that can inspire us to action and changed behavior.

At African Conservation Photography we aim to raise awareness and focus attention on the critical environmental issues challenging our society in today's modern era. We undertake photographic and media projects that strive to promote and encourage support for conservation, local NGO's and the general public interest.

The ability to convey a strong, thought provoking, message requires a deep passion and understanding to tell a compelling story through the use of striking conservation and wildlife photo-journalism. Our Conservation Photography page showcases some of the recent work that we have been involved with.

Please feel free to contact us should you wish to collaborate on a project or would like more information on how we can assist you with your projects, programs or imagery.

FEATURED Conservation Photography Projects 

sharks hauled ashore for their fins by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photographs have the power to change the world by...
African penguins by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
The guano islands off South Africa are situated along...
Dwesa marine protected area by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
South Africa has a network of 21 marine protected...

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LATEST Conservation Photography News

Southern right whale with albino calf by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Listed as endangered by CITIES, the Southern Right Whale...
Malgas Island Cape Gannet Colony by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter chadwick.jpg
South Africa’s suite of offshore islands that lie between...
World Wildlife Day 2014 | #conservationphotography | African Conservation Photodestinations
Category: Conservation
Monday 3rd March is World Wildlife Day*. A day...