The January Photo Critic Shot of the Month winners are "The light will be my guide" by Nicolene Theunissen, "I live in colour" by Nate Green and "Daars Water" by Gerda Robbertse
We shed some light on what we think is the best computer for photo editing and hope to save you a lot of time, money, and heartache...
Adobe recently launched Lightroom Classic CC; we take a quick look at the latest performance increases and offer tips on how to get more speed in Lightroom
The November Photo Critic Shot of the Month winners are "Colourful beginnings" by Lyndie Pavier, "Flower" by Susan van Wyk and "Night or Day, we play!" by Nicolene Theunissen.
The October Photo Critic Shot of the Month winners are "The things I wish you knew" by Nicolene Theunissen and "Trying to steer my way" by Charlaine Gerber.
Adobe Launches new cloud-based Lightroom CC while re-branding the existing one to Lightroom Classic CC
Big changes have come to Lightroom as we know it. Adobe has launched an all-new, strictly cloud-based "Lightroom CC" while renaming the existing one to "Lightroom Classic CC"
The September Photo Critic Shot of the Month winners are "Greyson on day 6" by Robyn Prevost and "And the sun will make for your way" by Charlaine Gerber
When we start our journey as new photographers there is a lot of learning to be done. Strange new jargon words, rules and principles, equipment and settings to be mastered. Once we crest the peak most of us focus on shooting, and the development of knowledge concerning some of the more intricate, yet peripheral concerns, fall to the wayside. I believe one such example is the subject of colour management.
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for August will be shared between "Piggy Eyes" by John Griffin and "Baboon" by Leo van Vuuren
This is a common complaint I often hear in our workshops. I think almost every photographer has experienced this at some stage of their photographic journey. The good news is that asking this question is usually a sure sign that you are entering an exciting new developmental stage of your photographic journey!
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for July will be shared between "Abstract Cityscape" by Caleb Dredge and "His Master's Voice" by Leon Pelser
Evl Jon is one of those interesting characters you will meet in Johannesburg. I shot a few character portraits of him and learned of his philosophy about art...
DPC's 5-day Wedding Photography Workshop provides the perfect platform for two of South Africa’s foremost wedding photographers to share their insights into this competitive and fast-paced field of photography.
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for June will be shared between "On the Stairscase" by Charlaine Gerber and "Untitled" by Luke Brouwers
Mobile Travel Photography with the Huawei P9 by Tim Moolman GalleryFeatured Photographers, Informal and Street Photography, Photo Journalism and Documentary Photography, Photography Projects, Street Photography, Travel & Landscape Photography
Tim Moolman tell us about his recent project, travelling around the country taking photos with a mobile camera only, the Huawei P9. The pictures speak for themselves and prove that it is not the size of the camera that matters, but the mind!
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for May will be shared between Nadia de Lange with her photo "Man Made Mountains (1)" and Yolandi Jacobsz with her photo "Love and Balloons"
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for April will be shared between Deborah Jordan's "Selfie Road" and Yolandi Jacobsz's "Lines and Light"
The Photo Critic Shot of the Month competition for March will be shared between Eugene Armer's "No.7 Express" and Charlaine Gerber's "Where the lights won't move and the colours won't fade"
Michael David Adams is a New York based photographer, and one of his specialities is Underwater Fashion Photography. He travels all around the globe, scouting for locations to create exquisite photographs from below the surface. We had the privilege of interviewing him and finding out more about his work.