Chris Bray Photography Tours

Visit Kangaroo Island, Tasmania, Kenya and more with AG Society councillor and photographer Chris Bray.
By AG STAFF May 6, 2014 Reading Time: 2 Minutes

Join a Chris Bray Photography photo safari at a number of destinations in Australia and abroad, to help support the Australian Geographic Society*.

Destinations

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About Chris Bray Photography

Chris Bray Photography is an Australian owned and run company specialising in private, small-group photo safaris to the world’s most wonderful places. Under the guidance of professional photographers helping guests get the best shots with special access permits to the best locations, Chris say’s “There’s simply no better way to master your camera, meet new friends, and have an incredible holiday – all at the same time.”

A unique experience

Chris Bray Photography keep their groups small so there’s plenty of time for relaxed one-on-one help, and they pride themselves on providing not only the best value, but the best experience. “While other photo tour operators might book you a spot on a busy tourist scenic cruise, we’d privately charter the whole boat (or plane, or doors-off helicopter), relaxing the pace, giving you plenty of space, modifying the route for the best photogenic locations, and only moving on when all our guests have got the shot – rather than having them trying to snap some photos amongst other jostling, impatient tourists before the boat rushes ever onwards.” Chris Bray says.

Global expertise

Having photographed from as far south as Antarctica, up through the sweltering tropics of Borneo and PNG (on assignment for Australian Geographic), right up to the arctic in the north, Chris Bray has developed a very easy-going, practical approach to photography which helps encourage and reassure people that photography really isn’t about graphs, calculations and concerns. “Unlocking the basics is really very simple, and very rewarding.” he says.

* A portion of the profits from these trips goes to the Australian Geographic Society who aim to foster a love for our environment, support scientific endeavour and encourage adventure.