About Heinrich van den Berg

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Phototrips I lead photographic workshops to various destinations, including South Africa, Botswana and Kenya. If you are interested in...

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I specialise in nature, environmental and travel photography. I have spent many years in the field, capturing images of African wildlife...

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Misty light for mystifying images

Misty mornings are what many photographers dream of. When the mist is low, it can create beautiful scenes and moody images. But it is...

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Telephoto lens

A telephoto lens is any lens that magnifies the subject, i.e. a lens longer than 85mm. Telephoto lenses are divided into further subtypes,...

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Wide angle lens

A wide angle lens is any lens shorter than 50mm. If you attach a wide angle lens to your camera, everything will look smaller than the...

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Contrasting light – the no-go zone

The light during the middle of a sunny day in Africa is often too contrasting for photography. If you try to photograph under these...

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Printing Sacred Nature Part 1

I published Sacred Nature, the ultimate coffee-table book by Jonathan and Angela Scott from Big Cat Diary fame. And for this book, because we had sponsorship...

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Wildlife Photography Reflection

Filling in the shades of nature

Shades of wildlife (as published in Outdoor Photographer (USA))

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Printing Sacred Nature Part 1

I published Sacred Nature, the ultimate coffee-table book by Jonathan and Angela Scott from Big Cat Diary fame. And for this book, because...

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Wildlife Photography Reflection

Change, according to Edward Lorenz, is caused by the so-called butterfly effect – a butterfly wingbeat on the other side of the world....

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