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Wayne Bisset’s Photo Gallery

August 21, 2017

 

Buy digital copies direct from the photographer…..how to purchase a copy.

Choose photograph  and send an order via email. You will receive the banking details and confirmation of order. Once the funds are transferred, you will receive your full size copy via email.

wvbisset@gmail.com

Price of digital copy of photographs is R150.00 ( All are in a large format but I have not the patience to write each one down here and now! Properties , size etc will be sent on inquiry.)

 

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Amanzimtoti Seascapes V

February 10, 2017

Just some scenes I see on my travels.

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The Bridge – From a Different Angle

January 28, 2017

Took a drive, south along the coast. This bridge caught my attention, then with the broken bottles, I looked at it, from a different angle.

 

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Lizards that come… From a Different Angle

January 27, 2017

 

Images by Wayne Bisset

There are over 100 different genera and approximately 1,000 species of geckos that live in the wild around the world.  Although this family of nocturnal reptiles is large, there are even more species within the broader family of lizards. Although they are closely related, there are several physical traits that make it easy to distinguish geckos from other types of lizards. Most geckos have the ability to climb trees, and do so using tiny sticky pads that act as small suctions and are located on the bottoms of their four feet. Geckos also have longer toes that help them grasp the surfaces of tree bark and branches; their toes are covered with tiny hair-like extensions that help them scale uneven surfaces.  Bet you did not think your glass window pane was uneven! Geckos have shorter and broader heads than many lizards, and also have short and stubby tails, in contrast to the long and narrow tails found on other lizards.

The most interesting thing about them though is: Geckos also differ from other reptiles because they are the only lizards that have a voice box. Geckos can communicate with one another by using chirping noises that sound like small bird chirps.

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The Difference between Frogs and Toads

January 25, 2017

You can tell most toads and frogs apart by the appearance of their skin and legs. Both amphibians make up the order Anura in the animal kingdom, but there are some key differences.

Most frogs have long legs and smooth skins covered in mucus. Toads generally have shorter legs and rougher, thicker skins.

And while toads generally lay their eggs in long strands, frogs lay their eggs in a cluster that resembles a bunch of grapes.

TOADS

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Why join Photography 101?

November 17, 2016

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There are most likely 1000’s of photographic clubs and photography courses available, so indeed, why, Photography 101? As I am only one of the managers of the site, I can only tell you from my point of view, if you will excuse the pun. And that statement actually sums it up quite nicely.

A person can have the best equipment money can buy, and get a high quality, mega pixel, in focus shot every time, no problem.  But then the composition can be lousy, no matter how interesting the subject is, and if the shot is not pleasing to the eye, is a snapshot, nothing more, nothing less.

So you go learn all about composition, the “rule of thirds”, and even take it further and go for the rule of 5ths. Your photographs are now 100% better, but still not THE best.

At Photography 101 we will not only teach you the above, but will show you how to LOOK, first with your own eyes and only then through the view finder. Some people have a gift, they not only think, but also see, From a Different Angle.  I believe the two are inter-related and that in order to SEE, one first has to THINK…..from a different angle. And that is what we shall teach you way beyond just the basic skills.

Come take a ride with me.

Photography 101 ; which is an educational club where amateurs and professionals can join and share Techniques and Photo’s join our competitions and market your product to Magazines and Websites Developers, Locally and International. It is an educational based club hosted run and managed by:

The Mexican and Bierpens.

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Photography 101

October 26, 2016

Educational Club

 

Photo by: Wayne Bisset

Photo by: Wayne Bisset

Photography 101 SA is an educational club where amateurs and professionals can join and share Techniques and Photo’s join our competitions and market your product to Magazines and Websites Developers, Locally and International. It is an educational based club hosted run and managed by the Mexican Beer Thief … AKA The Mexican and Bierpens.

More than just a Club. People who join us will be educated in Photography

  • Commercial
  • Wedding
  • Baby and Baby Competitions
  • Low Light
  • Flash
  • Wildlife
  • Close Up
  • Selling Photos
  • Photo Art
  • Photo Editing
  • Video Editing
  • Video Photography
Courses are weighted and can be bought out as per Subscription Length or in Advance out right.
Discounts on Photo and Poster Printing to Club Members
Camera Reviews and Advice will be regularly Update
Weekly Updates regarding Tips will be Uploaded to The Blog
Only Subscribers will have access to the Blog
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Papillon – Photos

October 9, 2016

I saw this movie as a child. Papillon is a 1973 prison film directed by Franklin J. Schaffner, based on the best-selling autobiography by the French convict Henri Charrière. The film stars Steve McQueen. From that moment on a butterfly has always represented something I hold more dearly than life itself…

FREEDOM.

Anyhow, here are a few photographs I have taken, for your perusal and comment.

 

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Lion – Photos

October 7, 2016

Canned hunting is a fast-growing business in South Africa, where thousands of lions are being bred on farms to be shot by wealthy foreign trophy-hunters.

To add insult to injury it would seem that they are now to be bred, killed, chopped up and sold as Muti.

 

You can read my Short Story about an Ozzie and a Lion here

White Rhino – Photos

October 6, 2016

Here is a collection of my Rhino photos, good and bad shots. Sorry, all are not competition quality, but just for the record.

The white rhinoceros is the second largest land mammal in the world, after the elephant. White rhinos can weigh over 2,000 kilograms (2 tons) and stand as tall as 1.8 meters (6 feet). There were once over 30 species of rhino, but today there are only five and all are endangered. White rhinoceros are calmer and more sociable than other species of rhino, and they often live in small, territorial groups. Females and juveniles are rarely alone. Rhinos communicate using a wide variety of sounds, including grunts, growls, snorts, squeaks and bellows. Because of their hump, white rhinos cannot swim.

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I have written a bit about some of my adventures that involved these huge animals.

Here is one for your perusal.

Short Story – Helicopter Drills.


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