Stan Engelbrecht from Cape Town and Nic Grobler from Johannesburg are always on the lookout for South Africans on bicycles to add to their collection of bicycle portraits. The project was started at the beginning of this year and since they’ve been photographing and interviewing everyday cyclists wherever they’ve come […]
Pieter is a freelance fashion, interior, documentary photographer based in Joburg. These are some of his images, for more visit his blogspot.
Paul Ward was born into the Johannesburg south side, spending his first years throwing sand in kids’ eyes and stealing Fizz Pops on the playground. After relocating to Cape Town, Paul attended Rondebosch Boys High school. Here he found himself an outlet for his boisterous spontaneity. Studying Art and Design as a formal discipline, […]
Andrew Brauteseth has just returned from a two week trip to Argentina and has brought back some beautiful photos that he took over there. This series is available as limited edition framed prints, if you’re interested then send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Or find him on facebook, twitter or […]
Andrew Berry interviewed South African photographer and film maker Natasja Maria Fourie for his blog we-are-awesome (www.we-are-awesome.com). Between 10 and 5 took the liberty of re-blogging the interview, because we really couldn’t have said it any better, and because, well, Fourie is quite the creative force to be reckoned with. Read […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U87nr9vUvsA&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Organisers of the Wacky Wine Weekend wanted an advert “that best illustrates the spirit of the Wacky Wine Festival”. Beer Adriaanse of DPK who is studying his Masters in Media Theory & Practice at UCT, teamed up with animator Bernard van der Walt and photographer PC Benadé to produce […]
Amor discovered photography when she was 11 and after high school went on to complete a degree in the medium at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. She is now working from Cape Town. Conceptual, obscure imagery and digital manipulation is her niche but she also specialises in creative retouching and […]
Sasha Hatherly is a freelance photographer from PE now working in Cape Town. These are some of her images from her Photography Degree Project – Fashion editorials magazine entitled ‘Fashion Stories’. Fashion design credits go to Natalie Creed and Caryn Fourie. Visit Sasha’s site at www.sashahphotography.com.
Here are a few images of her work for you to peruse at your leisure. Her main focus is Urban life and concrete structures, how engineers built living day art pieces that we don’t even notice yet come into contact with eveyday. The maze that is the city that we […]
Merry Company – a visual reference Andrew Putter – well-known artist and teacher – is offering young creatives the opportunity to work with him as interns and collaborators on his new project, simply named Sketch Assembly. Putter’s accomplishments are wide reaching and massively impressive. The father of the Mother City […]
“I am a 25 year old Cape Town based photographer. I am on a quest to grace the world with photography that mirrors the guerrilla like glint in my eye. My mission is simple: to learn, to teach, to inspire and invite you into my world, take a seat, have […]
Lauren Schofield is a Cape Town based visual communications artist who works under the name Ink and Powder. She illustrates, designs and takes photos and is available for freelance work. Find her at www.inkandpowder.com
Hendrik is a self-taught artist currently living in Cape Town. Scribbling his thoughts on anything he could find throughout his childhood, he decided to commit himself to making a living doing just that. At the age of fourteen, he began the long road to developing his skill and mastering his […]
Some great new work from South African photographer Jonathan Taylor. Featured here is a collection of various of his latest shoots. Visit his site for more updates.
This is the first HDR cover shoot that Anthony Duckit produced. They shot the back plate and the models all separately. The photography work was done by Wayne de Lange.