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PETER DELANEY - On Safari With The Fujifilm X-H1

PETER DELANEY - On Safari With The Fujifilm X-H1

I had an early start on the road at 5 am.

It was a 6-hour drive to the private game reserve. My excitement levels were off the charts. Not just because I was off on Safari but mostly because of the black square box with the Fujifilm logo on the back seat of my 4x4. The previous night at the launch of the Fujifilm X-H1 in Johannesburg. I had bought the X-H1.

LINDSEY APPOLIS - Who am I?

LINDSEY APPOLIS - Who am I?

Hey… or as I like to say Aweh!

I’m Lindsey, a Creative, I wasn’t always a Creative…. I think. A couple of years ago I quit the  “corporate” world put my head down, hustled, got my hands dirty, turned the ideas in my head into real images, put them out into the world and collaborated with amazingly cool people, when I looked up it was five years later and BAM that’s what I’m called these days…. a Creative….

NATHALIE BOUCRY - Who am I?

NATHALIE BOUCRY - Who am I?

All of this is my dad’s fault. He wasn’t only French, loved red wine and strong cigarettes, but he also loved photography. He had been taking pictures all his life and made sure that he would pass on his passion to me very early on in my life. I was only 8 when he gave me my first camera and I haven’t stopped taking photographs ever since….

TIM MOOLMAN - Who am I?

TIM MOOLMAN - Who am I?

I can’t draw and I can’t paint. And I tried, I really tried. I did however develop a love for great filmmaking, great story and that beautiful light. I swapped my surfboard for a skateboard when my mom, sisters and I moved to Bloemfontein and since then my skateboard has travelled with me everywhere…

LEON OOSTHUIZEN - Who am I?

LEON OOSTHUIZEN - Who am I?

I often get asked when I started with photography. it is a question with many possible answers. I prefer to say photography found me when I was 5 years old. My dad had an SLR from somewhere in the 70’s which he let me hold, manually focus until the image was clear, and press the button. It was like time stood still for an eternity and that moment was cemented in my memory. from that day, I could not go anywhere without it being a visual safari of epic proportions…

Fujifilm Non-Stop or How I survived the 24 Hour Project 2018

Fujifilm Non-Stop or How I survived the 24 Hour Project 2018

Last year I took part in the 24 Hour Project for the first time and it was so crazy that I professed I would not do it again.

Low and behold, this year I found myself slap-bang right in the middle of co-organising a group for the 2018 event. How did that happen? Well, I asked myself the same question.

It all started with a camper van…..