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Hennie Niemand

Hennie Niemand

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Photography is my hobby and although it is not as exciting as collecting stamps, it is something I am having a lot of fun with. I travel quite a bit and photography is a nice way to document exotic, romote, beautiful and faraway places, people and animals.
  • Nikon D300
  • Nikon D2x
  • Nikon D80
  • Nikon 2xTC III
  • Nikon 18-200 VR
  • Tamron 90/f2.8 Macro
  • Tokina 11-16/f2.8
  • Nikon 70-200/f2.8 VR
  • Nikon 50/f1.8
  • Nikon 35/f1.8
  • Nikon SB600 & 800 Speedlights

The Fairy At The Bottom Of My Garden

Published May 7th, 2012

It is true, if you look long enough you will find them. Two SB800's, one on camera with a Gary Fong diffuser and the second one handheld as a rim light. Beauty is all around us, you just need to find it.

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Little Shopkeepers

Published April 7th, 2012

In Africa, child labor takes on a whole new meaning.

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The Open Spaces Of Africa

Published April 5th, 2012

On a recent trip to the North of Namibia we had a chance to visit the remote Koakoland. We traveled for two weeks through this remote wilderness and only encountered two other vehicles. Although Africa is a vast continent, there are not many places as beautiful and remote as this.

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Having fun with your camera equipment.

Published April 1st, 2012

Playing around with Nikon's Creative Lighting System.

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Shooting into the sun.

Published January 11th, 2012

We have all heard the rule, always make sure the sun is behind you. Well, sometimes we need to break that rule. The two pics below illustrate my point. In both of them I am shooting directly into the sunset. In the first picture the sun is just out of frame and in the second one the sun is directly behind my son's head, creating the halo effect. I used an off camera flash to light his face. So even though there are rules in photography, it is sometimes a good idea to break them.

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