Tag Archives: wildlife photography

3 Photography composition rules to improve your photos

Photography composition rules tulips at sunset

Photography comes down to mainly two things: light and composition. This is of course a simplification, but I think these are the most important topics. In landscape photography, and even less in wildlife photography, we do not have complete control over the light. We can increase our chances of having ‘better’ light when going out […]

Nature Photography in black and white

White horses running through water in Camargue

Nature photography using black and white After last week’s post with all the bright colours of the houses in Bo-kaap, I wanted to show you something completely different: monochrome photography. Nature is often photographed in colour, because that’s how we see it, but sometimes a photo can look even better in black and white. It […]

Photographing wild meerkats

Where can you find wild meerkats? It has been a while that we wanted to see wild meerkats, but that is not so easy… They’re small, you can only find them in some areas of Africa and they blend in very well with their surroundings. Finding them by yourself is difficult if you don’t know […]