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Photoshop

Lavender Art Series | Working with Textures

23 August 2013
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The past 3 months have been really difficult for me on a personal level, but one thing I’ve always known to be constant is my dear Mom. She has been my rock, my best friend, my everything, and I wanted to make something pretty just for her to show my love and gratitude. When I […]

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Interior Décor Photography: Woman & Home Magazine

25 March 2013
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In late January I spent two days photographing the décor feature for the April edition of Woman & Home Magazine. Every shoot has it’s challenges, and the main challenge in this one, was that the opening image had to be photographed in front of a large window… that didn’t exist! Not only that, but we […]

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Commercial Interior Photography: Jacaranda FM and Medtronic

21 January 2013
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I recently photographed the new homes of Jacaranda FM and Medtronic in Johannesburg. Interior photography is a work out on its own – lugging heavy equipment around a building is quite a feat, for which I am eternally grateful that my assistant Conley van der Westhuizen did all the slog work for me ;) I […]

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Why I don’t supply RAW or unedited images to Clients

30 August 2012
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Occasionally, after supplying a disc of beautifully edited images to a client, they ask for the RAW images – and they want all of them. They saw me take hundreds of photos, but I only supplied 30 on the disc. There are a number of aspects to delivering a beautiful photograph – some of them […]

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Tutorial: How to Photograph Smoke

29 August 2012
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Smoke photos are very impressive when captured correctly, and it’s really not as difficult as you may think. You just need oodles of patience as the ratio of duds to great photos is pretty high! Equipment Needed dSLR Camera with manual shooting mode Tripod Studio lights or off camera flash Black backdrop or background Incense […]

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