Since Hannes Lochener is on the verge of launching his new coffee table book, Planet Okavango, we decided to chat with him and find out more about his life “living" in the African bushveld. This man works extremely hard to do what he enjoys most and it’s remarkable hearing all of the stories he has to tell. His heart lies right here on our continent and as for the future, he wishes to explore all the splendours that Africa has to offer.
It’s safe to say that many film photographers enjoy the challenge of thinking before pressing the shutter button and waiting for the results - this is what makes film photography so precious. And knowing that film photography means so much to so many different people is really fulfilling.
Valérie Jardin is a street photographer and visual storyteller who describes photography as a way of life and chasing light, her sole desire and obsession… her addiction. Her photographs wisp you away to experience different cultures and without even realising it, you slowly drift off to some breathtaking, new destination.
I take you through my process of switching over to mirrorless and my exciting experience as a Fuji-newbie.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year, winner Greg du Toit chats with us about his long road from safari camp manager to full time wildlife photographer.
Bryan Adams tells how his career in photography took off and what his favourite lens is. We also find out what his hidden talent is!
Claudine van der Walt teaches us how to effortlessly photograph children. We cover photographic gear, light and props; all which can make or break the shot.
Natasha and Carmen from Nestling Photography share with us their love of photography and tips for making a mommy-to-be feel beautiful in front of the camera.
Adventure sports photographer Ewald Sadie takes us through his journey from 9-5 job to doing what he loves - photography. Look out for some handy gear tips!