As “porter” of Pierrette's material and non-photographer, I was also there, and I would like to have my say. All the good things about Ingrid, in terms of photography, tour guide, etc., have already been wonderfully highlighted by the 'phrenetic' photographers. (see all feedbacks) After a short introduction to the jeep, I was immediately appointed “Chief Walkie Talkie”. When leaving the lodge, the connection was always tested with the words: 'hello Ingrid, test 1,2, over!' At the end we were already at 999, so there was already an atmosphere of fun from early in the morning! But it was also (sometimes) serious and all the advice regarding ISO, aperture, shutter speed, etc. etc. was expertly passed on from one jeep to the other. This way everyone remained well informed and could respond immediately to certain situations. In the afternoon and evening, especially, the ISOs were put aside and a glass of wine or two (3) was enjoyed (so nonsense was allowed). So as a non-photographer you don't get bored and you are still part of the group, because those photographers are strange creatures, (Pierrette included)!! One afternoon at the lodge, Ingrid even took the time to review my cell phone photos. Apart from a bent horizon and a better composititon, my photography was not too bad. Next time I'll try to get the entire elephant in the frame! ;0) . So, every photographer in the group who is ready for it will have a turn to have some photos assessed and possibly improved! What a service!!! I'm already looking forward to the next safari with Ingrid, because it looks like Migration is back on Pierrette's list.