Burton on Track Cycling

I photographed a friend of mine this Friday with a new sport he has taken up, track cycling. Wanted to portray him as a mighty individual (Which he is, since his other passion is powerlifting) hence the “worm’s eye” perspective. Gear Used: Canon 6D + Canon 17-40 f4L

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The Tree of Past & Present

I was working on this personal project for quite some time, procrastinating mostly;) This is a composite of my own images taken in different times in my life, years apart. The tree is an Elm, a bonsai that my mother and father made, the root system is from another bonsai, a Ficus I think. The…

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a Shoot I did last weekend of Melissa from “Harp Affair“ with her exquisite harp. Wanted to portray a Zen kind of vibe, with her very focused, blurring out her surroundings to find her center and being in harmony with her instrument of choice.

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John Lucas Environmental Portrait

This is John Lucas with the trusty Toyota Enviro Outreach Hilux that did many many adventures in and outside of South Africa. Gear used: Canon 6D + 17-40 f4L + Canon 580 EXII (Off-Camera) I really wanted to portray him in his element, conservationists are always outside in the dirt  

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Nick the Falconer

I did a shoot Friday with John Lucas (Conservationist @ Explore4Knowledge)   doing environmental portraits when we stumbled into Nick, a falconer. Of course I insisted for his portrait, It’s not everyday that you meet a falconer. On his hand is a Peregrine falcon with his catch, a pigeon.

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Jose @ Davidson Inks

I met Jose yesterday @ Davidson Ink tattoo parlour. I was scouting the place for a perfect setting to do a environmental portrait (Actually I was only tagging along with someone who’s getting a tattoo hoping that Jose will be willing to do a portrait). It was hard, there was cool stuff all over the place…

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