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It’s only human nature to value something that is hard won and the same is true of photography. Especially when it feels as if you aren’t getting anywhere.
That’s what it felt like for me on a recent trip to Ndumo, a small game reserve along the Pongola river and border with Mozambique.
Are filters still relevant for wildlife photographers in the digital age? I certainly believe they are. In this post I talk about some of the ways that I use filters in my photography.
Here’s a quick and easy way for us wildlife and bird photographers to blur busy backgrounds using Photoshop. Let’s make some groovy bokeh!
In a quest to become more effective as a photographer and more deeply involved with photography as a craft, I am quitting my social media accounts. They are a total waste of time. Time I can better spend elsewhere.
This week, I am at Zibulo colliery photographing South African birds at water-level. I show my settings and techniques for photographing fast moving birds, both on the wing and in the water. I also show you the Zibulo Colliery hides, some of the best and least known hides in South Africa.
Softer skills in African Wildlife Photography are probably more important than gear. Here are 5 simple techniques that I have come to rely on when I photograph big game in Africa.
This week I go looking for afternoon thunder clouds at Rietvlei nature Reserve but I have to change course as the storms don’t develop. I end up shooting in soft evening light instead and have to make the best of it.
Floating a thousand feet above the Masai Mara in a multicoloured balloon is supposed to be fun. Right?
Liuwa plains is remote, beautiful and hard to get to. Long may it last! in this blog I travel to the remote Norht West of Zambia.
Here’s a video of the trip and also a tutorial on my top secret technique for photographing nightscapes.