From the Blog
Does a photograph really need an audience? I am not so sure it does.
A Timelapse Film of Marievale Bird Sanctuary, Nigel, South Africa.
Sometimes a zoom is a wonderful tool to have in the bag but what if you don’t? Can you get by without one?
Learning to love Manual Mode can really your creative options. Find out how I use it in my photography.
Landscapes are majestic testaments to geology and geomorphology. Part of the wonderful planet we call home. But, at least for me, they are terrifying. Each with a character of their own that inspires dread and fear.
Searching for the beautiful and charismatic Sentinel Rock Thrush in the Suikerbosrand Hills, South Africa.
The Marievale project. Sometimes there’s no budget for travel to exotic locations and local spots are best. I’ve been spending a lot of my time at Marievale. You can check in here from time to time to see what’s turned up.
Marievale is a famous spot for bird photography in South Africa. Located just outside the town of Nigel it's an hour's drive from Johannesburg and a great place to visit for the day.
How to make your own copy stand for scanning or digitising film negatives or positives.
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.
Limited Edition Prints
African Wildcat - Fine art colour print limited to 125
Cape Gannet - Fine art colour print limited to 125
Yellow Egret - Fine art black and white print limited to 50
Dawn at Garub - Fine art colour print limited to 125
Caracal at Langklaas - Fine art black and white print limited to 50