I have not uploaded any images or written any posts for quite some time… shocking, I know.
Well… that comes to an end today.
I was lucky enough to spend a few nights in the Kruger Park in January with my girlfriend Samantha. It was amazing! Since Sam drove around the park occasionally I was able to capture some really great shots.
I have attached a couple to this post. Please feel free to leave some comments and share them with your friends.
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I have been posting some of my shots on a site called ViewBug… Its such an awesome place to get feedback and inspiration.
I submitted this image to a contest with the theme of “Flying Low” and found out recently that I won :).
So excited, thank you ViewBug and Adorama for the voucher!Details
I have never really been a huge fan of HDR. I always thought that it made the images look too forced, but mostly also because I didnt know how to do it.
In December I had some time to experiment in the world of HDR, and I got a few pleasing results. The image in this post is one of my all time favourites, so I decided to turn it into HDR.
I am really happy with how it came out, any thoughts?
Hello! This is my first post for 2015, as I have been pretty busy. I will try and be a bit more active on my site from now on, I promise.
This shot is a first for me. I have always wanted to capture water splashes and I got this shot while messing around and experimenting. Leave your comments and let me know what you think!
This image was taken at Mankwe Dam in the Pilanesburg. I was photographing birds for over 3 hours and this was my reward.Details
This image was taken at Bush Babies. I found it on the Getaway Magazine site without even knowing it was there :). You can check it out here.Details
This is one of my first ever edits, I took this photo at Mankwe dam in the Pilanesburg a few years back. This photo won second place in the Tame Times photo competition.Details
This is one of my favourite bird shots. I have sold a couple of digital as well as print versions of this Pied Kingfisher.Details
Another shot I found that I thought was worth sharing. This is a Nightjar, a very rarely seen bird as they are nocturnal.Details