If you are in love with the outdoors and nature but can’t always get to places like the Greater Kruger, Kgalagadi, Botswana etc you need to find an affordable alternative to keep your photography skills fresh. Join me on a Karoo Experience
Digital Witchcraft is one of the most hysterical comparisons that has been made to date, to me on social media when sharing and displaying some of my photographic work. It has of course now inspired me to find a humorous way of sharing the stupidity of that comment.
Why I chose Canon – Every photographer has his or her favourite brand that for them is the best. This is my story and view of my choosing.
An amusing story written by Andrew Aveley titled All the lost souls about using your Canon camera and its picture styles to develop your digital images
In Vlog Ep 3 Andrew Aveley shares some incredible images and behind the scenes information about photographing the Great white shark along the Southern Cape Coast near Mosselbay .
Donald travelled with a small group of avid photographers and enjoyed some of the best sighting we have had on Zimanga. This is what he had to say.
I have been challenged in social media by Daryl Visser to share 1 Black and white image for 5 days . Here is the second of my images and hope you are inspired by it.
You want to WIN – Take the Photo Survey 2014 and stand a chance to win one of three incredible prizes . Andrew Aveley is a proud sponsor of this simple and easy process
Oceans of Space – When one thinks of Namibia I am sure the first image that springs to mind is of the famous trees of Deadvlei and the wildlife of the great northern Etosha regions. My visits to these places have been special in every respect, and I would encourage anyone who enjoys the openness of the coastline of South Africa to visit this ocean of space and light at least once in their lives.
So , this is the first official blog post for me this year of 2014 . Bit late you may say or think but always better late than never .The reason simply has been a refocus of many of my energies into various aspects of my working life and also the photographic journey I am on has had some positive changes.