He got involved in photography way back in the darkroom days and has made the transition to digital when the first Nikon DSLRs were available. Since then, his interests and passion have moved from architectural to wildlife photography with an emphasis on the east african wildlife habitats and a growing interest in the animal migration patterns within the Seregenti ecosystem.
Uwe Skrzypczak regularly teaches workshops on wildlife photography in East Africa.
“If you are headed to the Dark Continent, you cant be without this book.”— Doug Bardwell, The Cleveland Examiner
“Skrzypczak gracefully incorporates technical expertise with art and composition and the publisher, Rocky Nook, presents the whole package in an attractive book.”— Jorga Riggenbach, eJournal of the Tucson Computer Society, February 2011, Volume 29, Number 2
“...a comprehensive textbook suited to beginners and pros alike.”— Kevin Wierzbicki, Campus Circle --Jet Setter
“...worth the purchase price strictly for the magnificent photographs of the African animals. It is something that were I to be able to go on any kind of photographic safari I would dive into the utmost pleasure.”— Gordon Cook, Cook's Collaborative Edge