A photographic account of the treasures of Oman. From mountain tops to wadis (valleys) and endless desert dunes, Oman is as much an exotic holiday getaway as an adventure traveler's dream.
Something was eating the sausage tree’s fallen leaves at night time, but I wasn’t game to stick my head out of the roof top tent to find out what it was. It was probably a buffalo, my wife, Nicola, suggested the next morning, seeing the now leaf-free hard-packed dirt of our campsite at Nyamepi o
Most photographers have one image they’re dying to shoot. They can usually visualise it, but getting it in the can is another matter entirely. What you need is a plan…
Ever wondered why the sun always shows as a blob of overexposed light in your pictures? Learn how how to create beautiful bursting rays of light.
Over the last few years my partner Gemma, filmmaker Chris Scarffe and I have travelled the world reporting on wildlife crises. This is our photographic journey through the last couple of years.
I wanted to part some personal thoughts on shooting travel assignments and attempted at avoiding the obvious. I have put together some of my own selection of images a lot of which didn’t make the story to illustrate some of these points.
Long sandy, white beaches, loads of sports activities and beautiful hotels grace the soft sand of the east coast of Mauritius. Who wouldn't want to see that from the air?
Hardened divers and avid underwater photographers have the annual Sodwana Shootout event engraved into their calendars. Now everyone can join in the fun.
Everyone should make a mission to the Wild Coast sometime in their life. It's one of the best places to spend a relaxing summer holiday. Here's my trip in photos.
Lance, this is where you should seek absolution, not on Oprah. And spare us the bestseller that everyone who ever cheered you on will read, just to find a glimmer of vindication. Save us the R249 and drop some of your own cash on a trip Malawi. It's time you climbed aboard a real bike: Njinga, the i