On safari with a Canon M50 mirrorless camera On safari with a Canon M50 mirrorless camera – I recently was …
Over the last few months things have been a little busy so I have neglected the blog a little but have got awesome material to share over the next few weeks , I am very excited to share with you an amazing sighting I witnessed……….
I met up at Motswari Lodge at lunch on a very warm afternoon in the Timbavati photographic expedition and safari with 6 very excited photographers……..
The final review I have considered doing on the two aspects of the new 5 D MK III was about canon lack of noise and performance at the higher ISO. Performance of my equipment at higher ISO settings it is an important tool in the getting maximum out of the low light situations………..
Over the last few weeks I have read and heard many presentations of the performance of the new flagship Canon 5 D MK 3. My initial reviews of the technical stuff …..
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.
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…
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 .
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.