Experiencing an Orthodox mass at Bet Maryam in Ethiopia’s holy city of Lalibela is unlike any religious festival on earth. Here’s why …
Blog posts: Photography
See the world through the colourful lens of our photojournalists and bloggers. Here you’ll find an exquisite collection of photographs from all over the globe. Whether you are a budding photographer looking for tips and tricks or you just want to gawk at the majestic photos taken by our elite crew of photojournalists be sure to pay the photography section a visit.
Top photos from the final week of our Expect #theUnexpected competition – from curious antelope to bizarre disinfectants, all kinds of weird things can happen when travelling!
We receive countless beautiful images of seascapes from our readers and are envious of every one. Here are some tips to make them even better.
From an emergency on a Tanzanian ferry to the place you’re least likely to find a goldfish, here are the top #theUnexpected moments from Week 2!
We’ve already had some great submissions into the Expect #theUnexpected photo competition – here are our favourites from Week 1!
Taking good travel portraits is tricky. Once you have permission from your subject, there’s little time to get the right shot before the moment is over. Here are 11 tips to keep in mind.
Obviously smartphones don’t yet rival traditional cameras in terms of quality – but this moment is coming. We review the latest iPhone lenses from Manfrotto, to test out whether this is more than a gimmick.
A few weeks ago I accepted a photography contract with Getaway magazine. It meant leaving what I know and hold dear in Durban. But for an opportunity like this, how could I not? These are some photos of my road trip from Durban to Cape Town.
Tyson Jopson spins the retro dials on the new Nikon Df at its launch at Doornkop Fish and Wildlife Reserve, Mpumalanga.
Our adventures in Ethiopia’s holy city of Lalibela continued as we explored some of the amazing rock-hewn churches and met the pilgrims who travel here to donate, despite having next to nothing.