Don’t miss out on this year’s photographic events! We list annual photographic events and competitions to look forward to, which we’ll be updating throughout the year, so you have a go-to source of information on all the happenings.
Professional wildlife photographer, Brendon Cremer, is holding a Post-Processing for Wildlife Photographers workshop from 09:00 to 13:00 on Thursday, 12 December in the Outdoorphoto Lecture Room in Pretoria. Cost is R2,000 pp.
“The era of digital photography has brought tremendous advantages to bird and wildlife photographers. The ability to take hundreds or thousands of photos in one day allows us to continually raise the bar and strive for excellence in the images that we create. Many aspiring wildlife photographers that I meet; however, are bogged down by digital issues like not having an efficient processing workflow. It is common for photographers to waste a significant amount of time at the computer and as a result, many good images that could become great images remain untouched. These images simply never live up to their potential. This workshop is designed to share the strategies and techniques that I have used and still use to improve and simplify post-processing using Adobe’s Lightroom Classic.” – Brendon Cremer
Photo Fair Africa is a photography event designed to inspire and educate. Whether you’re a budding enthusiast or seasoned pro, the fair will leave you feeling motivated and rearing to dive deeper into the wonderful world of photography. This event is all about exposing creatives to the right channels by forging networks, connecting people with brands as well as retailers.
As part of the Cape Town Coffee Festival from 1 to 3 May 2020, the Coffee Art Project Gallery will showcase the creativity of various local artists whose photography has been inspired by African coffee and the local coffee scene. The highlight of the gallery will be a photography series of the renowned Sowetan coffee culture by local artist Andile Bhala. It will be held at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town.
The Photographic Society of South Africa (PSSA) holds monthly club competitions. For more information on these competitions, including various photographic clubs across South Africa, hop on over to their website.