Wildlife

(Click the image to see gallery) Just sharing a few images from a recent safari in Madikwe - a beautiful nature reserve located only 4 hours drive from Joburg. I have deep admiration for dedicated wildlife photographers - both because of their tremendous patience and their ability to…

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Black Swan / White Swan

(click the image for access to gallery) In this next installment of what now appears to be my ongoing series of ‘Ballerinas in Somewhat Unusual Locations” - we’re hitting the golf green! Joburg Ballet asked for my help creating a series of commercial images to promote an upcoming…

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Mandela Day

Since today is Mandela Day #mandeladay - here’s a cityscape image from a (very) early morning trip downtown - featuring the 10 stories high, larger than life mural of a young Nelson Mandela in a boxing stance (mural by artist Freddy Sam) - overlooking the predawn Joburg thats…

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Baby Rhinos & Ballerinas

Whenever I research a potential topic for a future picture - I do a quick google search and usually find approximately 3,758,923 hits with that exact image already made. That’s actually quite frustrating when you try to accomplish something that’s even remotely unique. It’s all been done before,…

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Dance photography

Over the past few years - several of my more experienced fellow photographers have been advising me to pick a specialty - to avoid the dangers of becoming a jack of all trades, a master of none. I guess it’s sound advice - for photography and much else…

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Kingdom in the Sky

Lesotho is called "Kingdom in the Sky" for a reason. The entire county is located at high altitude - nowhere lower than 1,000 meters. While Lesotho is a landscape photographers dream with stunning mountain and valley vistas awaiting around every corner - I’m usually more inclined to photograph…

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Back to the Future

I recently read a great book about photographers William Pennington and Lisle Updike who captured some fantastic images of native Americans around 1910-20. Their images are absolutely stunning - and it’s truly mind boggling that the two photographers captured and developed these pictures on glass plates as they…

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