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A selection of articles for the intermediate photographer. There is always room to learn more and why not start here with advice from pro

5 tips to make your photography clients happy

“Deliver a good product, be nice to work with and work hard!” Lifestyle, wedding and commercial photographer Fiona Clair has a distinctively romantic, yet modern fashion-inspired style. She shares with us her 5 top tips for ensuring happy client that will want to do business with you again.

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 2 MIN

Tips for Shooting a Solar Eclipse

On 21 August 2017, a solar eclipse will be visible over most of the Americas, and although it won't be visible from South Africa, that does not mean that we can't get excited about it! The good news is that there are more eclipses to come, so we help you get ready for the memorable moment.

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 4 MIN

Part II: How to Do a Styled Shoot

Photographer Ingrid Alice shares with us important information and tips when organising and photographing a styled shoot. "Photography for me is about finding your voice."

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 4 MIN

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 [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 2 MIN

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 [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 5 MIN

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 [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 6 MIN

Q&A with Photographer Clinton Lubbe

Clinton Lubbe agreed to answer a few questions we had about his photography , especially regarding lighting effects.  Born in 1972 he grew up around photography, seemingly developing his compositional eye from a young age. While photography was always within the scope of his [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 9 MIN

Keep Calm and Pose a New Born…

Since the beginning of this year, Outdoorphoto has been blessed with not one, not two... but THREE new babies.  For this reason, we decided to approach Maryna Cotton from Photowise, a photographer known for her enthusiasm, talent and love of little ones, to give us some [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 4 MIN

Celebrating new life…

Since the beginning of this year, Outdoorphoto has been blessed with not one, not two... but THREE new babies.  For this reason, we decided to approach Maryna Cotton from Photowise, a photographer known for her enthusiasm, talent and love of little ones, to give us some [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 4 MIN

Choose your own criteria for selecting a Raw Converter

As most readers will know, a modern DSLR camera has the ability to store an image in either one of two formats - RAW or JPEG.  The choice is made through a camera configuration setting. The JPEG file is print-ready, whereas the RAW requires processing [...]

BEGINNERREADING TIME: 5 MIN