Back to Basics – ISO

Read this simple guide to ISO, because when you understand ISO, aperture and shutter speed, you have pretty much mastered the technical fundamentals of photography.

Back to Basics – Aperture

Learn how your camera aperture works, and how to get the best results from understanding this.

In February I photographed this beautiful house in Kyalami, Johannesburg. The house is built on a plot in the farm lands, and the interior decorator used colours and natural elements to merge the outside nature with the indoor interiors.   

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Game Lodge Photography | Arathusa Safari Lodge

25 April 2016
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In February this year I photographed the newly refurbished luxury rooms at Arathusa Safari Lodge in the Sabi Sand Reserve, adjacent the unfenced Kruger Park. Despite the drought at the time, there was no shortage of wildlife. In fact, the animals flocked around what remained of the once enormous water hole that the lodge is […]

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Hotel Photography | Villa Monticello Accra Ghana

22 April 2016
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Last month I went to Ghana to photograph the exclusive and multi award winning boutique hotel, the Villa Monticello. I photographed the hotel in November 2014, however in the past 14 months some of the rooms and common areas were refurbished, hence the reason for my second trip. I was welcomed back with open arms, […]

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Corporate Interior Photography | Zenith Optimedia

21 April 2016
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Last weekend I photographed the beautiful and creative spaces at Zenith Optimedia. Photography and Post Production: Rikki Hibbert Interior Designer: Georgea Kindler Styling: Lauren Paul and Georgea Kindler Assistant: Evan Veldsman  

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High Key and Low Key Studio Portraiture

22 October 2015
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High key lighting refers to images that are mostly bright, with a range of light tones and whites and not very many blacks or mid-tones. This style of lighting was originally developed for films and television, back when the technology wasn’t very good at capturing high contrast ratios. A low-key image contains mostly dark tones. […]

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