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Thanks for visiting my website. My name is Will Goodlet and I spend my time exploring the natural world along the dusty roads of Africa. This website is about my travels, the stories and photos that go with them and helping others who have the same addictions.
Learn not to trust your camera's meter! Exposing to the right can radically improve the noise characteristics of an image.
Ever wanted to know how to make ground glass for view cameras and negative scan carriers? Here's a quick how to!
With the rain tapping a tune on the iron roof outside, I'm reminded of a visit to Tsendze rustic camp in the Kruger at the beginning of the rainy season. The Mopane was in fresh leaf and the Impala were dropping in a beautiful, bright green, world.
Is it time to go Mirrorless? The Olympus OMD EM-1 Mark ii makes a strong case for abandoning the DSLR but how does it do in real life in the field?
With the new generation of high density, high pixel-count DSLR's, Pixel blur is becoming a larger issue in telephoto photography.
The Namib, the 'Vast Place' of the Nama, is a harsh, lonely and unforgiving desert on the southwestern edge of Africa. It is also one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Photographing a great beast struggling to breathe in a body separated from a carcass only by its flickering heartbeat, seems indecent. A last invasion of what should be a private time.
The forgotten beauty of the Impala deserves another visit. I spent some quality time amongst the herds and the newborns this November.
Wildlife Panoramas can be a wonderful way to add a different look to your images. Here are some of my top tips for success.
A sweaty and nervous search for the courage to ask a fateful question in a place I would never have imagined.
The wild horses of the Namib survive in one of the harshest environments on earth. Abandoned over one hundred years ago, somehow, against all odds, they are still here.
It's spring at Rietvlei Nature Reserve and that means it is time for Zebra Battles! Find out where to find the action and how to photograph the drama in the grasslands.
Ever wondered what the reasoning and reality are behind the Rule-of-Thirds in photography? I have, I decided to explore the concept, its history and the reasons it seems to work.
Bird-in-flight photography is a pastime that bewitches many a nature photographer. The effortless beauty of birds is something wonderful to see but capturing it can be difficult! In this post, I'm sharing one of my favourite BIF spots and a special trick that I use there.
It's time to get organised! I'm putting together my top Facebook Hacks for Photographers in this series. Simple, concise, start-to-finish ways to improve your Facebook marketing and online experience.
Production Planning a Photograph? Spontaneity is great but sometimes planning your photograph can take an idea a lot further.
Namaqualand is the pure essence of spring. Spending a week in the Hantam Karoo near Nieuwoudtville was a wonderful photographic journey, even if spring had mysteriously passed it by!
Matjiesfontein Farm, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Night Sky Panoramas are some of my favourite things to photograph. They are technically challenging during capture and post and they are stunning in their expressive scale. Learn how to capture them in Southern Africa!
A Basic Guide to capturing star trails in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Southern Hemisphere offers some of the best opportunities to photograph the night sky anywhere in the world! With over 80% of the world's population now living in light polluted areas and with over 1/3 not able to see the Milky Way - photographing stars in Africa is fast becoming the best way to do it.