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A Photography walk through Cape Town
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A Photography walk through Cape Town

When it comes to Cape Town and photography, there is so much to capture, it’s insane.  So it was a brilliant idea for Ed Suter to hone in on street style and graphics throughout the city and encourage a group of photographers to capture this colour and energy....
Great tips for using your DSLR – PART TWO
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Great tips for using your DSLR – PART TWO

I've just started using my DSLR and want to get the hang of modes other than auto. Whilst playing around trying to find out where to start and where best to focus, I've written a few pointers to share with others who also want to do more than simply point and ...
Great tips for using your DSLR – PART ONE
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Great tips for using your DSLR – PART ONE

I've had a DSLR, or digital SLR, for over a year now. And I confess, I still use it on good old auto. Translated: I border on pathetic when it comes to skilled photography, obviously. Luckily for me, the gorgeous Canon I have literally does most of it for m...
Windsurfing Photographs by Charnell Timms
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Windsurfing Photographs by Charnell Timms

Charnell of Charnell Timms Photography has sent us two fantastic images of windsurfing. She took the images on Sunset Beach, the 3rd best windsurfing spot in the world she tells us. In the Summer months when Sunset Beach is at its peak the South-Easter blow...
Meet Dave Moffatt of KhakiWeed Photographic Safaris
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Meet Dave Moffatt of KhakiWeed Photographic Safaris

We'd like to introduce Dave Moffatt of KhakiWeed Photographic Safaris. Dave has shared some of his amazing wildlife photographs with us and we thought they were too good not to share with all of you! Thank you for sharing your wonderful photographs with us Dav...
How To Take Great Safari Photos
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How To Take Great Safari Photos

Going on a safari in South Africa is a truly memorable experience, one that you will treasure for a lifetime. Naturally, you want to capture these memories so that you can look at them for decades to come, but also so that you can share some of the splendour o...
Winner Photographers Competition November 2009
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Winner Photographers Competition November 2009

Congratulations to Janet Bloom (SA) for her winning entry - African Paradise Flycatcher. This photograph will be featured on our electronic newsletter which will go out at the end of the month (and credited to Janet). Janet had the following to say about he...
Sugar Bird & Spider by Leonard Browne (photograph)
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Sugar Bird & Spider by Leonard Browne (photograph)

This photograph of a Sugar Bird and Spider was submitted to our Novembers Photography Competition by Leonard Browne. The sugarbirds are a small family of passerine birds which are restricted to southern Africa. The two species of sugarbird make up one of o...
Flightless Dungbeetle by Neville Cowan (photograph)
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Flightless Dungbeetle by Neville Cowan (photograph)

Dungbeetles seem to be a favourite sighting for visitors to South Africa, based on the number of photographs of dungbeetles that have been entered into our photographers' competitions. Here is one of my favourites from our Photographers Competition November 20...
All eyes on Cape Town (photographs)
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All eyes on Cape Town (photographs)

The city is buzzing with visitors all here to enjoy what Cape Town has to offer in the lead up to the final draw for the FIFA 2010 World Cup which is happening on 4 December. Readers of the UK Telegraph recently voted Cape Town as their favourite city outside ...
Birds Eye View by Noula Bouwer (photograph)
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Birds Eye View by Noula Bouwer (photograph)

Todays photograph was sent to us by Noula Bouwer as is entiled "Bird's Eye View". A great photograph of a giraffe, Noula has submitted a number of really great photographs to our current photography competition. You can see more of her entries at November Phot...
Game Drive photograph by Justin Cohen
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Game Drive photograph by Justin Cohen

South Africa is a wildlife paradise offering umpteen numbers of national parks and game reserves. Although each game reserve offers its own dimension to game viewing, one common factor ties them all together: the regal big five of the South African wild world ...
Vervet Monkey – mother and baby by Trudi Naude
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Vervet Monkey – mother and baby by Trudi Naude

Submitted to our November Photography Competion by Trudi Naude, this photograph of a vervet monkey (Cercopithecus Aethiops) and her baby is entitled "Hold on tight". Different types of vervets vary in colour, but generally the body is a greenish olive or silve...
Eagle in Flight – photographs by Dror Orbach
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Eagle in Flight – photographs by Dror Orbach

These two photographs caught my eye when we received them as I think they are quite spectacular. Taken during a holiday to South Africa last year, they were sent to us by Dror Orbach from Israel. Dror has quite the eye for taking great wildlife photographs ......
Dwarf Chameleon photograph by Jennifer Peers
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Dwarf Chameleon photograph by Jennifer Peers

This amazing close up of a dwarf chameleon was sent to us by Jennifer Peers as an entry for our November Photography Competition. Jennifer has submitted some of the most beautiful photographs (see previous featured photo here). According to the Wikipedia entry...