Safari, conjures up beautiful imagery, The wilds of Africa. Endless grasslands which are teeming with wildlife, antelope, zebras, giraffe, buffalo, rhino and herds of elephant all share this beautiful world. But they are being watched and observed by fierce African predators, lions, cheetah, leopards, wild dogs and hyenas lie in wait to ambush these creatures, this game of life and death plays out every day and every night.Read More
When I photograph it is a balance between my mind and heart; my brain looks after the technicals my heart the emotion within the photograph. Too much of one will leave an emotionless image or a poorly executed image.
To sum up, I think the words from one of my favourite songs, Reverence, by Faithless,
"YOU DON'T NEED EYES TO SEE…YOU NEED VISION…"Read 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
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
I am a full time Nature/Travel Photographer. My photographic journey began in earnest in 2007. Back then I had a choice of two brands from one system "DSLR". Regardless of which brand I chose it was going to be an expensive investment of around $30k. 3 months ago FujiFilm South Africa kindly loaned me their flagship camera XT-1 and the XF56mm f1.2.Read More