Marcus on macro

My friend, Marcus Jooste, is a Macro Expert, who is well known for his work on all manner of subjects from snails to landscapes.

At our most recent Kirstenbosch Workshop he kindly chatted to our group and made this very difficult but rewarding genre and made it appear really very easy.

He  demonstrated 3 Macro lenses

Nikon […]

Kirstenbosch Workshop

Flowers, mice, owls, guineafowls, insects, birds – these were the stars of the show on a one day one day workshop held at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on 17 November. Our group of 13 comprised several delegates that had attended the excellent Wild Shots Conference the previous day. Just as occurs on workshops to more […]

1-day Flower Safari at Kirstenbosch with David Rogers

Flower, Landscape, Macro photography

Cape Town Workshop at Kirstenbosch

Camera training and Lightroom

 

 
16 November 2015
08h00 to 15h30
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
It’s going to be a real Cape Town safari — and our goal is to capture the essence of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in one action packed day. We start as the first golden rays of light fall onto […]

Landscape photography with David Rogers

 

1.    Landscapes require planning. Think about drama — big seas, meandering rivers, flowering fields, snow capped mountains, cloud formations and full moons. All of them give depth to an image. A landscape might be drab at midday but if you return when the sun is in the correct position it could become fantastic. If […]

Do’s and don’ts of booking a photographic safari lodge

How to choose a great photographic Safari Lodge
Having spent upwards of 25 years as a photojournalist, lodge critic, photographic guide and tour operator specialising in Africa’s wild places, David Rogers has learned which lodges tick the right boxes for photographers – and those which do not. “It’s not so much about the brass taps […]

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