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The Fast and Furious – Canon 1Dx Mark II

Canon’s new Flagship Full Frame DSLR  – The EOS 1DX MK II   The Canon 1Dx Mark II boosts with an ideal combination of newly developed technology which allows for an unforgettable photographic experience. Whether you want to shoot high-speed action at a continuous burst rate 14fps with a buffer capacity of 170 RAW images […]

Top 10 Photographs – Elephant Plains

Ten favourite photos taken at Elephant Plains …during my first year as a photographic guide for Tusk Photo   Approximately a year ago, in October 2014, I started as a photographic guide with Tusk Photo. Since then, I’ve lead nine safaris to one of the best wildlife photographic destinations in South Africa – Elephant Plains […]

Practicing Bird Photography at Montecasino

Is it cheating? Some people will tell you that taking photographs of birds or animals in captivity is cheating. Well, yes, if you claim to have shot those images in the wild and you are trying to mislead people, but it is definitely not cheating if you are honest about where the photos were taken […]

Drive West – Part 2

Read Part 1 of this article Day 5 and 6 Eagerly trying to escape the mist we traveled further south through Kleinsee towards Hondeklip Bay. Kleinsee is an isolated, nearly abandoned diamond mining town. The road from Kleinsee to Koingnaas is tarred, this is surprising due to the fact that you can only reach this […]

New Nikon D5

(Information courtesy of Nikon) Innovation for inspiration What determines when Nikon releases a full-frame flagship camera? When technological innovation demands it. Introducing the D5, an FX-format DSLR that makes the impossible possible. Huge advancements in sensor design, autofocus, metering and image processing result in thrilling new capabilities—low light shooting all the way to ISO 102,400 […]

First DSLR Announced in 2016- Nikon D500

Have you heard? It is not just rumours anymore the Nikon D500 has been announced Many photographers, whether they are weekend warriors, professionals or new to the industry have been keeping a keen eye on the rumours of which DSLR might be the first to be announced in 2016. As expected some pretty major announcements […]

Nikon Announces SB-5000 AF Speedlight

Nikon introduced the SB-5000 at this year’s CES (Consumer Electronic Show). Their latest Speedlight boasts with a new sleek design and innovative features that will equip pro and enthusiast alike with the ability to take their photography to previously unexplored levels. (information courtesy of Nikon) Expanding the reach of creative lighting   Introducing Nikon’s new […]

Nikon – KeyMission 360

KeyMission 360   The KeyMission 360 is Nikon’s first in a range of action camera’s allows you to effortlessly capture 360º footage in 4K UHD. The KeyMission 360 is dust and shock resistant, can handle low temperatures and is waterproof down to 30m (no housing required). Nikon KeyMission 360º Nikon KeyMission 360 Action Camera Press […]

All along the Olifants

Capturing the state of a catchment area Words and photos by Villiers Steyn My wife, Tabby and I were recently commissioned by the Association for Water and Rural Development (AWARD) to photograph the state of the Olifants River Catchment Area between Groblersdal and Phalaborwa and to interview locals along the way to find out what […]

Keeping Sharp – Part 1

I commented on a social media post today, by someone who was having difficulty getting sharp images with a telephoto zoom and it got me thinking about putting down some of the things I’ve learned on ‘e’-paper. The reason I feel I am qualified to say something on this vast  and subjective matter is because […]

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