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Photo Critic Shot of the Month: November 2015

The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for November is shared by two photographers, Nadia de Lange with “Walking to the Light”, and Coenraad Albertyn with “Barbed Wire of Death“. Both images are high impact, black and white “travel photographs” and both images have a great compositional impact. Nadia’s image is a good example of how contrast and scale can be used. What we liked about Coenraad’s very simple, yet emotive photo is a suitable title and the use of shallow depth of field, texture, line, shape and form. Both, Nadia and Coenraad, each receive a R600 discount for any of DPC’s photography courses and stand in contention for the Shot of the Year competition. Congratulations!

 

  


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About the Author:

Danie Bester
I am the founder of DPC and Photo Critic. I am married to Jenna, my high-school sweetheart for over two decades now and have two adult children, Mia-Daniel and Minnette. We live in Centurion, Pretoria. I am proud, yet humbled by how far we have come and what we have achieved in such a short time. Today DPC ranks under the foremost photography schools in South Africa and we've build a healthy community of photographers. The road has not always been easy but through a leap of faith and the grace of God, we have grown a small photography business to a successful training institute. Working as a commercial photographer and teaching a wide range of photography subjects, including; Portraiture, Studio lighting, Fine-art, Architecture and Food Photography has kept me fairly versatile. On a personal level, I pursue fine-art, travel, and landscape photography. I have recently been honoured, with my work being included in the Collectors Guide to Art and Artists in South Africa.

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