From the Blog
A.I. Post processing will have a revolutionary impact but how will it affect your lens choice?
There’s more to an empty frame than meets the eye…I’ve been busy exploring composition.
Photographing the timeless landscape at Kubu Island in central Botswana is a wonderful experience. Photographing it on film is even better…
Lightroom Smart Collections are a powerful tool to manage workflows
Using custom mode to maximise photographic opportunities in wildlife photography.
Night sky photography at Kubu Island.
There is always something fascinating about hubris, especially for photographers, perhaps it just looks awesome in print?
So what's the right stuff to have for Birds-in-flight (BIF)? Like most things in photography, the answer is as long as a piece of string. So let's step back from the gear a little and discuss the birds. That's what we are interested in after all!
My camera was lying to me about shutter speeds! I had to scratch my head a little to figure out what was going on.
Persistence and Patience are two of the best weapons in the wildlife photographer’s arsenal
Do you still print your photographs? There is something special about holding a print in our hands. In fact, I think it is probably more special now than it has ever been before because it happens so rarely!
Adventures with film in the digital age. Rediscovering film as an older digital shooter has been an amazing experience. The subtle differences in the ways both mediums work has inspired me to think much more deeply about the way I take photographs.
Is social media killing your creativity or inspiring it?
Photographic ideas should inform gear choices but quite often it’s the other way around.
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 add to our 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.
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