As part of my 4 weeks photography volunteer program in South Africa, we spent a lot of time following and tracking the cheetah’s. This was during a cold day on the end of our safari drive when we got a sight of the two males. I loved the look he had, not caring about a jeep truck with volunteers watching him, but him watching out in the distance for his next meal. A volunteer friend lent me his 150-500mm Sigma lens for me to take this shot. One thing I learnt being in the wild, you absolutely must have, at least, a 200mm lens.
Photographer: Bashar Alaeddin (Amman, Jordan) Registered
Born in Kuwait City, lived between Jordan and Lebanon most of his life, Bashar has over 9yrs experience in digital photography since he picked it up as a hobby for a course during his university years. Starting from a 2mp Samsung, he is now the founder of a photography & video studio based in Amman, Jordan where his time is split between his commercial day job photographing food, interior, products and portraits; and his night-time job traveling around the middle-east region capturing landscapes, the culture and his favorite genre, long-exposures of the night-sky. He is an amateur astronomer and tried to combine that with his love of photographs showcasing the beauty of the Arabian landscapes under starry nights.