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Brussels in Black-and-White

Brussels in colour, as I wrote in my post last week, says something about the city’s vibrancy, diversity, liveliness, charm. Brussels in Black-and-White offers an alternative view, a different kind … Continue reading Brussels in Black-and-White

Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell?

Interviewer: Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell? That’s a bit over the top, isn’t it? Me: It is. And the hyperbole is intentional. Sandton – the business centre that migrated … Continue reading Sandton – corporate heaven, human hell?

Dusk, Kalk Bay – the follow-on

Interviewer: Last time we spoke, you ducked out of answering questions about this image. Perhaps this time you’d oblige? (Click on images to enlarge) Me: Ok. Ambient light. Interviewer: Ambient … Continue reading Dusk, Kalk Bay – the follow-on

Kalk Bay Fishing Harbour

Interviewer: You were going to talk about working in black-and-white. But these images are in colour. Me: How perceptive of you! Some images will work both in colour and in … Continue reading Kalk Bay Fishing Harbour

Exposure Compensation (when photography is a beach)

Interviewer: So what’s with the title of your post? Me: I guess it’s a play on the fact that photographing on the beach can be a tricky business. It’s like … Continue reading Exposure Compensation (when photography is a beach)

Planning and Preparation: How to photograph a two-year old

Interviewer: Last time we spoke, you said you were in Simonstown recently for a family reunion. I imagine you took a few photographs of your grand-children? Me: Absolutely. Tom has … Continue reading Planning and Preparation: How to photograph a two-year old