Wide or Long?

Sunset over ocean

The ‘norm’ with landscape photography is to always use the widest lens in your arsenal. This helps you capture the landscape, or seascape in my case, in all its glory This, however, need not be the case or rule. Rules are meant to be broken! The first image was taken at a pretty wide angle,… Continue reading Wide or Long?

Willem and Ili’s Wedding Day

Willem and Ili decided to get married in the beautiful hamlet of Cannon Rocks. Cannon Rocks is a little village in the Eastern Cape next to Boknes Strand and Kenton on Sea, and you will be forgiven if you still don’t know where that is. Their wedding was small and very intimate, much more like… Continue reading Willem and Ili’s Wedding Day

The Britz Family Portrait Session

I recently had the opportunity to photograph the Britz family while they were on holiday at Kenton on Sea in the Eastern Cape. The Sunshine Coast has some of the most amazing and unspoilt beaches in our country and I am very lucky to live here. Not far from Kenton on Sea are the villages… Continue reading The Britz Family Portrait Session

The Hysom Family

It was just before the beaches were closed for the second, or was it third, time that I met the Hysoms. What a wonderful energetic family! In my mind, there are few things as beautiful as a happy loving family, and you could see the love they have for one another right here. I hope… Continue reading The Hysom Family

Heibre

During the severe drought in the Eastern Cape, I had the chance to do a photo shoot at Theewaterskloof Dam. Heibre Taljaard agreed to be my model for the day. It did obviously help that she’s an amazing ballerina too! Here are a couple of my favourites from the day: [et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]… Continue reading Heibre