Important tips for wildlife photographers, learn these tips and tricks from a wildlife pro photographer and your next safari you will be rewarded with amazing photographsRead More
I believe the more constraints we put on ourselves, the more artistic and creative we will become. Your mind's eye adapts to the constraints actually I should say freedom as it was liberating not having to worry about lens choice. I truly believe as photographers sometimes we have too much gear, too much choice.Read More
I had an early start on the road at 5 am. It was a 6-hour drive to the private game reserve. My excitement levels were off the charts. Not just because I was off on Safari but mostly because of the black square box with the Fujifilm logo on the back seat of my 4x4.
The previous night at the launch of the Fujifilm X-H1 in Johannesburg. I had bought the X-H1. I am Fujifilm x-photographer and contrary to popular belief we x-photographers buy our own camera equipment.
Over 3 years ago I sold all my pro Nikon DSLR and move over to the Fujifilm mirrorless platform.
In some ways it was a leap of faith as Fujifilm had not released there telephoto zoom XF 100-400mm. And the FujiFilm XT-1 was not by any means a Wildlife Photographers camera. But why? I can hear you say.Read More
Photographers have to be technologically minded yet artistic as they peer through a viewfinder. They compose artfully with their minds eye, yet their fingers move dials, buttons, levers with fluidity to ensure a perfect technically but artistically created photograph. Whilst at the same time being aware to any change in their surroundings.Read More
The dynamics have changed for the working photographer from how they photograph, edit and output outputs. The choice of photography gear for today's photographer is so important. Competition has increased so to stay ahead you and your camera need to be able to meet the increasing demands placed on today's working photographer.Read More
Art of Black and White photography and it's demise due to lack of interest by photographers to learn the basics and to apply it. Presets have become the norm and demise of the Art Of Black and White PhotographyRead More
The mindset that a photographer can only make photographs with a DSLR is bewildering. A camera is just a tool and in the right hands can create great photographs. It really doesn’t matter the make, the size, whether it's digital or film. All that matters is the end result. "The Photograph”Read More