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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > October-December 2017 (80) > Photos that weren’t possible 20 years ago

Photos that weren’t possible 20 years ago

The development of camera equipment has hugely improved our ability to photograph Africa. We pick eight images that demonstrate some of the technical advancements of today

Chilojo Cliffs

Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe By Shaun McMinn Advancement Drones How “Drones have revolutionised aerial photography and filming. Unlike a helicopter, they are capable of getting into otherwise unreachable places quietly, without disturbing their subjects. When I got this shot of the Chilojo Cliffs bathed in light at sunset, I was sitting in my campsite, 1.5km away. It was taken with my DJI Phantom 3 Pro. It is also important to point out that you must respect the wildlife and create as little disruption to the natural environment as possible when using a drone.”

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