Tuesday, December 9, 2008
"My interest in photography has been with me and has gone hand in hand with being outdoors. During high school I joined the photography club and slowly improved the quality of my Pictures over the years. It is only recently that I have returned to the bush. I am currently working in the Madikwe Game reserve in the North West Province of south Africa were I get ample opportunity to get in some photography and just enjoy the being out in the bush." Brett Hoy
- When did you start taking photos?
I started when I was in High School with sports events at my school.
- Film or Digital?
- What equipment are you currently using?
Canon 400D with 70 to 300mm Sigma Lens
- Thoughts on Photoshop and post processing of images?
If the picture was teken with editing in mind or it is done conservatively then I see no problem. A photo is a form of art and at the end of the day it is up to you when your creation is completed.
- Favourite subject to photograph?
I go though phases. At the moment I am working on Leadwoods.
- Place in the world you still want to photograph?
Kolmanskop, Namibia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (as a subject both worn torn and beautiful.)
To view more of Brett's images on the Photo-Africa Stock Library click here!
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As always I look forward to hearing from you.
Until next time.
Posted by Photo-Africa at 2:37 PM