Portrait photography 2

In portrait photography every person needs his/her individual approach. De same applies for cows. See previous post. These are the monochrome versions:  

Portrait photography 1

In portrait photography every person needs his/her individual approach. The same applies for cows.

The tick inspector

(Egret flying over cows)

In the meantime on the farm

Since we live in Napier (Western Cape, South Africa) I’ve been picturing the surrounding landscapes during the past 17 months. Never lived in a place where I experienced continuously changing sky colors/temperatures on such a fast track; sometimes I’ve only seconds to shoot the right image and often I’m too late … The influence of …

Cows

Sometimes one sees on social media those tubes in which cows react to a singer or a musician. It’s a myth. Whatever you do; cows (bovines) are curious by nature. They even approach a shooting photographer.

The Cow that breaks through every fence

What some cows do for a portrait shoot.

Free Range curiosity

Tandem grazing

Manipulated rural landscapes

I needed 5 different pictures for this composition. The first one is the sky (mainframe) added with the photo’s of respectively the lorry going off-hill; 2 of the cows (one mirrored) plus the sheep. The pictures have one thing on common; they were all made within a radius of 2 kilometers in Papiesvlei nearby our …