Crafting Safari Photos with Martha Stewart

Written by Thomson Safaris

Fans of The Martha Stewart Show caught a glimpse of iconic Tanzanian imagery courtesy of Thomson Safaris guest, Lisa Wagner, during an on-air segment earlier this month.

Lisa, who is the Senior Supervising Producer of The Martha Stewart Show, appeared alongside Martha Stewart in a “how-to” segment where they created a collage of Lisa’s safari photographs. The segment (below) shows viewers a creative way to get their vacation images off their cameras’ memory cards and on display in their homes.

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Clip provided courtesy of The Martha Stewart Show

Lisa traveled with her entire family – all 3 generations – on a private safari with us over the December holidays. She and her family spent over two weeks visiting must-see locations like the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. “It was my parents’ idea…and it was the best trip I’ve ever taken,” said Lisa.

Like many of our safari guests, Lisa had a big job of editing and sorting through over a thousand photographs when she returned home from Tanzania. She selected several of her favorites for The Martha Stewart Show segment including the picturesque Tanzanian sunset, lions lounging on a kopje, and members of a Maasai tribe they visited – which she says, was a highlight of their trip – as well as a snapshot of herself with her sons by their Nyumba at the Thomson camps.

For more instructions and tips, visit Martha Stewart’s site.