The Law as it pertains to Photographers in South Africa (Updated 2020-02-02)

By |2020-02-03T09:32:22+02:0002 Feb 2020|

There are very few laws in South Africa that pertain directly to photography. Most laws have to be interpreted to see how they impact on photography. There are three fields that a photographer is most likely to be confronted with, these are copyright, privacy and trespass laws.

A Guide to Colour Management for Photographers

By |2018-10-17T12:49:30+02:0017 Oct 2018|

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.

Standard Print Sizes

By |2018-10-17T12:53:32+02:0016 Oct 2018|

Photographers are often confused when it come to standard paper sizes. Few people know that we are using two different systems. Firstly, the standard print lab sizes provided by local print shops i.e. the local Fujifilm, Kodak, Foto First etc. Then there is the standard iso sizes offered by modern ink-jet printers. Here's a breakdown of the various print sizes available

Adobe Launches new cloud-based Lightroom CC while re-branding the existing one to Lightroom Classic CC

By |2017-11-01T11:19:07+02:0019 Oct 2017|

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"

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