Sean and Avril Wedding sneak peek
In the beautiful valley of Franschhoek at Cafe Bon Bon Sean and Avril said ” I do”
It was a pleasure to be part as a photographer at your wedding a couple full of life love and humor!
Location: Cafe’ BonBon Franschhoek http://www.lapetite.co.za for more info on the location please contact
Photographer: Sandro Tasso Wide Angle photo studio
Second Photographer: Toby Maggs
Great day great couple thank you for everything!
Benedene and Aldrich Wedding Sneak Peek
A wonderful “rustic wedding” at Rondekuil Farm in Durbanville positioned amongst rolling hills with breath-taking views of the Boland Mountain Ranges and Table Mountain.
This was a very special wedding for me, I met Benedene and Aldrich during a Corporate photo shoot at Clarity Diamonds in Cape Town and they fell “in love” with my style and so I am very proud of the opportunity they gave me to shoot their special day!
Thank you and all the best for the future!
Photo shoot Skye
After two years I had the opportunity to re shoot this little amazing girl! Besides that Skye is turning in such a beautiful young “lady” I love to see how much she is growing I cannot wait for the next one!
Camera used: Olympus OM-D EM-1 and Pen F
Lens: Olympus 45mm f1.8 Olympus 40-150mm f2.8 PRO Olympus 300mm f4 PRO
Surfing at Muizenberg is a beach-side suburb of Cape Town, South Africa. It is situated where the shore of the Cape Peninsula curves round to the east on the False Bay coast. It is considered to be the birthplace of surfing in South Africa and is currently home to a surfing community, centered on the popular ‘Surfer’s Corner’. Muizenberg has a fine, long beach that in effect stretches all the way round the top of False Bay to the Strand, a distance of over 20 km. False Bay, known for its population of White Sharks, also has a shark watch service that operates from Muizenberg, signalling alerts when sharks come in proximity of bathers and surfers. Above Muizenberg there is a line of steep cliffs that is very popular as a venue for rock climbing. However, certain parts of the cliff are off-limits to climbers when birds nest on the ledges.
Camera: Olympus OM-D EM-1
Lens: Olympus 300mm f4 PRO
I had the opportunity to take pictures to this two amazing little girls. I have spent few hours with them and they are really amazing full of energy and fun!
Location: Franschhoek Paarl
Camera: Olympus OM-D EM-1 and Pen F
Lenses: Olympus 45mm f1.8 Olympus 40-150mm f2.8 PRO and the new Olympus 300mm f4 PRO
Olympus Pen F
A timeless design. An extraordinary textured body. From the very first moment you touch the OLYMPUS PEN-F this camera will create a feeling of something special that will stay with you forever. The pure expression of OLYMPUS design that will inspire you for a lifetime.
Using multi shot technology the camera can produce 50 megapixel equivalent images in JPEG and an 80mp RAW file. This obviously is best for static scenes and performance while on a tripod but is does allow for superb detailed images when needed. This is especially suited for interiors and product type of photography.
Just a turn of the dial to Mono allows you to capture monochromatic images. This mono mode has the ability to adjust the image based on color filters and degrees of intensity. Under the Mode selector knob on top of the camera is a lever control and by pushing left or right on it you bring up different options on the rear LCD screen. You can for example select simulated Red filter and then vary the degree of intensity of the filter. When shooting blue skies it’s just like applying colored filters in the traditional B&W days.
Some samples taken with the new Olympus Pen F in monochrome mode II
Photoshoot Rhodesian Ridgeback
I had the opportunity to take this pictures to this beautiful specimen of Rhodesian Ridgeback male in Franschhoek. It was quite difficult to follow and keep him in focus in the bush but at the end of the day I am quite happy with the results.
The Rhodesian ridgeback is a dog breed developed in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe.
The Rhodesian ridgeback’s distinguishing feature is the ridge of hair running along its back in the opposite direction from the rest of its coat. It consists of a fan-like area formed by two whorls of hair (called “crowns”) and tapers from immediately behind the shoulders down to the level of the hips.
Rhodesian ridgebacks are loyal, intelligent, and somewhat aloof to strangers.
Camera: Olympus OM-D EM-1 | Lens: Olympus 40-150mm f2.8 PRO
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