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A Pannar shoot in Parys with 4 brothers!
A couple weeks ago, I went to the likes of Parys, Nigel and Delmas in South Africa, some areas I have not been to before. This shoot was for Pannar Seed and Corteva Agriscience. The 3 day shoot kicked off with the Van der Westhuizen brothers in Parys! They farm maize, soya’s and sunflowers! AreContinue reading “A Pannar shoot in Parys with 4 brothers!”
The Pannar Delmas Extravaganza!
Last week I got to go to some places in South Africa that I have never been to before! I went on tour to the likes of Parys, Nigel and Delmas for Pannar Seed where I photographed sunflowers, maize and soya crops. I also got to experience my first Pannar Extravaganza show! Every year, PannarContinue reading “The Pannar Delmas Extravaganza!”
Photography of Rice cultivation in Senegal
I got another fantastic opportunity with AgDevCo this December and went right across to Senegal to photograph one of their company partners, CNT S.U.A.R.L. CNT are an agricultural company that specialise in farming rice. They operate 7000 hectares of rice in the Senegal Valley region. 6000 of these hectares are operated by the local smallholderContinue reading “Photography of Rice cultivation in Senegal”
NGO Photography; Harry Gwala Agri mentorship program for smallholder farmers
I’ve been doing a number of shoots for Harry Gwala Agri recently. Harry Gwala Agri is an NGO that coordinates mentorship programs and training for smallholder farmers and agriculture TVET students with the help of local commercial farmers in the area. This particular shoot was just down the road from me in a spectacular valleyContinue reading “NGO Photography; Harry Gwala Agri mentorship program for smallholder farmers”
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