I recently went to a weekend outing of a photography group from Face Book’s in the Southern Cape. They are very active in the Port Elizabeth area and are a great bunch of people.
As a photographer , my most sought after subject is a leopard. On a safari last year I was fortunate to experience the beauty of my first young leopard in the bush. The Future Leopard Queen the frame was ………
Singular – by definition, remarkable strange or eccentric in some respect, no explanation accompanied this rather singular statement , exceptionally good or great …the poster child for this – Deadvlei
On a photographic adventure early in March, I travelled to Southern Namibia. One of the overnight stops was at the “Quiver Tree Forest “ just outside of Keetmanshoop. One of my goals was to capture a night scene with a Quiver Tree and the stars and Namibian night sky
This was the total number of kilometers traveled in March 2012 with 2 great friends and spectacular photographers, Mark Dumbleton and Ruby Wolff. We travelled Southern Namibia to capture the amazing natural beauty of this inspiring landscape and titled this adventure, In Search of Epic Light…
The epidemic of senseless Rhino slaughter has been in the media for the last 18 months ……..every where we turn the social media sites and news feeds are highlighted by news and blogs of more an more poaching incidents.
CANON 5 D MK III – After many months of rumors and speculation , Canon launched a new camera with great specifications . It is a great upgrade on its current flagship camera , the CANON 5D MK II .
I have been waiting to read this encounter between Warren and “the Lions’ since he messaged me during the event on his maiden photographic journey to the great Kalahari . I have decided to share on my blog as it just shows that Africa is a truly wild band why one should not alight from the vehicle
Photography has been a very passionate part of my world for a number of years and I have been fortunate to have a small bio included in the Canon South Africa digital publication , Click Mag edition 23. The answers are brief but they words from within……………..
During my trip this year to Etosha I was hoping to capture some of the vultures interaction with other predators in the vast wilderness. I was not disappointed by what i saw in the field but photographically it was very challenging.
It is with great excitement that I learnt of my runner up in the Animals in Nature Category in this years Fuji Getaway 2011 Wildlife Photographic Awards.
Photographing nocturnal scenes has become some what of a passion of mine and I thought a quick how to would be a fun thing todo.Most of what I have learnt is through trial and error but also the internet is a huge source of information. Let look at the things I consider most important beside getting out in the field:
So I have been asked many interesting questions regarding birds and the basics when photographing them. Instead of trying to re-design the wheel I had a small epiphany………………..a good friend of mine , Robbie Aspeling recently published a comprehensive book
Over December 2010 and January 2011 there will be two great exhibitions displaying a select number of my images on canvas and classic frames. This has been a dream of mine for some years and am proud to have it become a reality. I have written a short description below of the two venues.
The Fuji / Getaway Wildlife Awards 2010 are one of the most prestigious photographic competitions in South Africa and this year was the first time I entered some of the images I have captured in recent times. This is a link to the winners galleries
This post is more of a public request to all wildlife lovers and blog followers. I hope once you have read this that you all go out and obtain one of these magnificent books for your home.
Welcome to my blog. I hope this will be the first of many informative blog posts on my photography. If you care to, please join and recommend it to friends. I wanted to start with a image i captured this weekend of my friend Andy, the ultimate rocker…….
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