Local photographer, Maisha Mamabolo, is inspired by all of the unplanned moments that life has to offer.
Tag: Canon Creators
#CanonCreative Karabo Maila aanswers questions about her work, and creating using Canon gear
The Canon Creative, Toka Hlongwane takes us through some of his work, the stories he wants to tell and the gear he uses in this #CreateWithCanon feature.
Boipelo Khunou has honed the skill of unmasking the faces of her subjects in a sensitive and perceptive manner. From her personal philosophy, to the most challenging aspects of her role as photographer, she shares her take with us.
Michelle Viljoen is a Cape Town based designer with a special connection to street photography. Her images capture the daily lives of ordinary people. She walked us through her career and the path that brought her to loving this documentary style of photography.
Thinking outside the box and breaking the technical constraints of popular norms found on social media is what David Blaq’s fashion photography is all about. This Canon Creative loves expressing his creative genius and making his dreams come to life with the help of others, through collaboration.
People person Khotso Tsaagane’s Instagram account is filled with images of people. But unlike high fashion portraits this Canon creative really captures the character of his subjects.
Cape Town based Gemma Mary Shepherd, whose minimalist sensibilities translate into soft yet striking fashion editorials.
Rich Allela’s photographic repertoire features evocative imagery that depicts the many faces of Africa and the diverse narratives that can come from a continent whose image is often skewed.
Justin Dingwall explores the aesthetics of albinism and vitiligo through photographic essays.
We take a look at 5 of the best Instagram posts from talented Ugandan born, Kenya-based photographer Sarah Waiswa.
Durban photographer Lonwabo Zimela shares a moving series of intimate photographs taken at the first Afropunk Joburg.
Lauren Mulligan talks to us about framing stories and her ongoing research on Gayle, a linguistic practice originally used by LGBTQI+ community in District Six.
Durban-based photographer Lonwabo Zimela talks about his ongoing Faces series, and the inspiration behind a new collaborative venture called Black Gold.
Exploring the aesthetics of albinism in contrast to idealised perceptions of beauty, Justin Dingwall has just released his long term photo series in full.