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Exploring the Amphitheatre

Drakensberg, South Africa   The Amphitheatre in the Northern Drakensberg does not only offer views so beautiful that it will change your life, it is also a spiritual place. Going up once is not enough. It will keep pulling you back and each visit will be different from the last.   I phoned Fritz up […]

Photographing a Bishnoi Opium Ceremony in Jodhpur; India

It may seem an odd way to greet visitors, but the Bishnoi villagers of western Rajasthan are just being polite when they offer you a swig of opium. Which of course makes it churlish to refuse not least because the ceremony performed by this isolated community is something to behold in itself. My host takes […]

Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM SPORT Review

    A field review on the Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM SPORT (Canon or Nikon Mount available to purchase on our Online Shop)   All Text and Photos © SimonDP/Actionimage 2015 (web: www.actionimage.co.za ; email: simondp@actionimage.co.za)   Introduction   The mid-telephoto range of lenses is usually restricted to prime lenses, should you be […]

Guest Writer’s Campaign Video 2.0

As you might know by now, hopefully, we have recently launched the Guest Writers Campaign.   In short, this campaign enables you, the photographer, to write articles about anything relevant to photography, and those article might just get published on Outdoorphoto blog!   So let’s talk about how this campaign can benefit you!   The […]

BLACKRAPID STRAP REVIEW

    BlackRapid Strap Review – by Knit Together When we think about what we want to buy for our camera bags, a camera strap is not exactly the first thing that jumps into our heads! We each have a long (expensive) list of wants queuing up and vying to be next in line for […]

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

The Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre in Hoedspruit, Limpopo. Anywhere wild animals and humans overlap, there’s bound to be fallout of some kind or another. Vultures versus powerlines, predators versus farm animals, antelope on roads versus vehicles, the odd problem animal finding its way into the pantry, or hand-raised animals that have lost their cuteness and grown […]

Announcing the Outdoorphoto Guest Author’s Campaign

  We are very excited to launch our new Outdoorphoto, Guest Author Campaign!   It involves YOU, the avid photographer, putting your writing skills and knowledge of photography to the ultimate test, and benefit to others.  Our ODP editors will read, revise and correct your article as needed and let you know if your article […]

The Rode Videomic Pro Review

Introduction Rode has introduced its new Videomic Pro (not to be confused with the Videomic) and with its new and improved suspension rig the Rode Videomic Pro is an innovative solution for both intermediate and advanced shooters who are looking to enhance audio control and sound clarity. Straight out the box the Rode Videomic Pro […]

Wacom tablets – for all your photo editing needs

Wacom tablets are perfect tools when doing any type of photo editing or graphic design. Since they make use of stylus input, they provide an intuitive and comfortable means of editing digital visual content. Three basic models are available and the differences are explained by Gunther Swart in this video. The Wacom Intuos Creative is available […]

Wedding Photography kits and tools that you need

  The Comprehensive Wedding Photography Equipment List Wedding photography is not only an art form, but it also makes for a viable career in photography. Wedding photographers are able to do what they love while their work is also greatly appreciated. A good wedding photo serves as a memento and a tangible representation of a […]

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