I would love to be back in this place rather than having a pipe dug up from beneath my garage. ~sigh~ Where would you like to be?
This is not a view of De Kelders, but rather from it. I hope your Sunday is this relaxing. I am spending mine reading, printing and preparing gifts. Tech: Canon 5dmk3, 70mm , ISO 100, F11, 25 seconds, single image.
Sometimes colour appeals. I’m still revisiting my images from South Africa. Circumstances have kept me from going outward to shoot recently, so I’ve been “traveling” through my hard drives. For the tech people: Canon 5d3, 24-105 lens, ISO 100 F11, 30 seconds, multi-image stitch.
As I was looking through photos today, I realized that I never shared any from this trip. Namibia is AMAZING. If you ever get the chance – go. What is your next dream destination? (For the gear people, this is a three photo stitch made with the Canon 24mm TS lens)
How lovely to be mentioned as a travel photographer to follow this year by the Matador Network. 🙂 It’s a list worth checking out – there are some great and diverse travel photographers, including a few of my favourites. https://matadornetwork.com/…/13-travel-photographers-need-…/
Come with me on a photography adventure. I want to show you the beautiful Western Cape of South Africa and talk to you about what photography means to me and how I approach it from start to finish in this exclusive, travelogue-style video tutorial produced in collaboration with filmmaker Armand Dijcks. Order Now! 🙂 In this […]
This is getting exciting – every time I see a new clip from the photo video tutorial I am delighted again by how talented Armand Dijcks is. And amazed again that I did a darn good job at *talking*. 🙂 Have a sneak peek at the Africa with Athena trailer and then head over to […]
Available for pre-sale NOW at www.AfricaWithAthena.com Join me on my journey to photograph some of the most beautiful locations in South Africa’s Western Cape. I’ll share with you my thoughts on researching locations, artistic vision, what fine art photography is, post processing workflow and much more as we travel to a shipwreck and a lighthouse. Africa […]
“For time is the longest distance between two places.” ~Tennessee Williams It’s getting close to being two months now since I have been able to be out with my camera, and while I have had some nice things going on here at home, I’m starting to feel stir crazy. I think I need to plan […]