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Low Key Wildlife Photography with Brendon Cremer

We are officially entering the Dark Side with Brendon Cremer… Low-key photography is an exciting genre of wildlife photography, although challenging for both the beginner and experienced photographer, the results are extremely rewarding when you nail the image. Low Key Photograph of an OwlLow Key Photograph of an Owl Why Low Key? Low key is […]

Wouda Interviews International Photographer Andrea Belluso

The story behind the Profoto Ambassador and man we know as ‘The Light Shaper’ Despite his busy schedule and constant travelling, Andrea Belluso had a few minutes to spare, albeit in his car, travelling… Interviewing someone of his caliber is intimidating to say the least and made me really nervous, but the ice was broken […]

Binoculars Explained – Part 2

Binoculars are not as tricky as you might think…PART 2 of 2 We here at Outdoorphoto receive a lot of queries regarding binoculars and as such have decided to list some of our most frequently asked questions followed by direct and uncomplicated answers.  After all, we want to give our valued customers the best possible advice. What […]

Our Trip to the Addo Elephant National Park

      Mark and his wife made their way to one of the most beautiful Wildlife destinations our country has to offer and were kind enough to share their experience with us and our readers. The Wait is Over We couldn’t believe the day had finally arrived! After months of counting down the days […]

Binoculars Explained – Part 1

Binoculars are not as tricky as you might think…PART 1 of 2 We here at Outdoorphoto receive a lot of queries regarding binoculars and as such have decided to list some of our most frequently asked questions followed by direct and uncomplicated answers.  After all, we want to give our valued customers the best possible advice. Variety […]

Wouda Interviews International Photographer Scott Kelby

Photograph of a the inside of a palace in DubaiPhoto Credit – Scott Kelby Teacher, heartfelt, humble, funny, generous; are but a few words we can use to describe him… What an honour it was for us to have had the opportunity of interviewing the soft-hearted family man who loves teaching and has a real […]

Flash Photography – Let there be Light

Freeze MovementFreeze Movement Achilles’ heal?Flash seems to be the Achilles’ heal of many beginner photographers, and why wouldn’t it be? A quick Internet search confronted me with jargon such as “TTL”, “Inverse Square Law”, “Fall off”, “Sync Speed”, “Guide numbers” to name only a few.Flashes or speedlights, as they are also known, produce instant light, […]

Karen Denton talks Adobe Lightroom

Landscape photographPhoto Credit – Wim van den Heever A few frequently asked questions about Adobe LightroomSince we know she is quite the expert, we decided to approach Karen Denton from IMAGEDIT to share with us her knowledge about the subject of Adobe Lightroom.  She offers one-on-one classes for those struggling with the program or for those […]

Wildlife Photographer Brendon Cremer shows us Stitching in Lightroom

Wildlife Photographer Brendon Cremer shows us how to stitch together composites, step-by-step, using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Photography is just about as unpredictable as life in general.  Sometimes you see the image you want to capture but you’re stuck with the wrong lens on the camera.  So, you’ve got one of two choices, leave it on […]

Nikon D5 Review

The Nikon D5:  First Impressions Photograph of RhinosPhoto Credit – Charl Senekal It was with great anticipation that we awaited sample images available for download after Nikon announced their new flagship Nikon D5 in January 2016.  All the usual upgrades were in place, including increased frame-rate, improved autofocus, bigger buffer, improved layout of buttons, ergonomics […]

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