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Think Tank Photo: The Ultimate Backpack

Think Tank's Mission Think Tank Photo is a group of designers and professional photographers focused on studying how photographers work and developing inventive new carrying solutions to meet their needs. By focusing on “speed” and “accessibility”, prepares Think Tank Photo photographers to be [...]

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How to clean your DSLR at home

Our very own photographic expert Gunther Swart demonstrates how, with the help of a few handy tools, you can safely and effectively clean your DSLR in the comfort of your own home. Eyelead Sensor Cleaning Kit [...]

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Multiple Exposures In-Camera – Adding to your creative toolbox

“Double and multiple exposures allow you to indulge in fantasy, but one of their strongest uses is the intensification of reality” Freeman Patterson - Photography for the joy of it. PHOTO CREDIT – MARYNA COTTON (PHOTOWISE) Multiple exposures in-camera are [...]

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Finding bokeh backgrounds

Have you ever taken a photo, glanced at your LCD and thought, “how on earth did I get those cool looking spherical shapes in my background?” Discovering the beauty of bokeh photography, even if it’s by accident, can open up a whole new world [...]

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Women in Photography – an ode yet to be sung

"Photography chose me one day. Before that day I never gave it a thought, ever! It has become the essence of who I am and is the elemental birth place of how I express myself by turning the perceived mundane into the magical imaginative. [...]

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Intro to Essential Panoramic Photography Equipment

Panoramic Photography Setup: It is possible to take a panoramic photograph out of hand but in order to achieve high quality results, you need to start off with the right gear. In this video Johan discusses the essential equipment required for Panoramic Photographs and how [...]

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Top tips for twilight

How to photograph wildlife just after sunset Words and photos by Villiers Steyn One of the most challenging things on safari is getting good photographs in low light conditions. This is why we take extra special care that all our Tusk Photo (previously known [...]

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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 [...]

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