Peter Haygarth spent four weeks at Zimanga Game Reserve volunteering on the Wildlife Research Expedition. He is an ex-policeman who has taken up photography in his retirement, producing a blog and selling some of his images online. Peter used his vast experience in photographing a wide variety of subjects, including high speed motor sports to produce high quality images of the wildlife on Zimanga. Peter ran classroom-based lectures on all aspects of photography for the rest of the volunteers and staff and gave advice on settings and positioning out in the field to allow everyone to maximise their photography potential. The skills he transferred to the staff in that time were invaluable and enabled them to produce fantastic images for social media and accurate images for animal ID kits. This is part of our work to assist the land owner with determining the social structure of various focus species.