Tag Archives: South African photographer
Pipes & Drums is a striking portrait series by photographer Oliver Kruger of young South African bagpipe players and drummers in traditional Scottish marching bands.
It’s been awhile since I did a miscellany post and it’s also a great opportunity to clear through the things I bookmarked for the blog. Win-win. I hope you find it interesting. An old but great editorial shoot from 2012 titled … Continue reading
Alexia Webster is a Johannesburg-born documentary photographer who currently resides in Cape Town. She has travelled extensively through Africa – capturing poignant photographs of its’ landscapes, people and the socio-political issues that they face.
If you are in Johannesburg tonight make sure you come to the opening of Ross Garrett’s exhibition. The exhibition is a series of photographic portraits that explore the concepts raised in a quote by Irving Penn: “A fashion picture is … Continue reading
I have promised myself that one day I will own a print by Cape Town photographer Daniel Naudé. His work manages to balance great technical ability with fascinating and aesthetically pleasing subject matter. I also like how he captures the … Continue reading
I saw Daniel Naudé’s first solo exhibition titled ‘African Scenery and Animals’ at the Brodie/Stevenson gallery earlier this year. I was completely mesmerised. Ever since then I have regretted not buying one of his photographs. Aren’t they magical?