I’ve recently been looking to expand my photography portfolio by photographing and learning about the different agricultural sectors in the Ixopo/Southern KZN midlands area. The Ixopo region (my base) is certainly the perfect place to be as an agricultural photographer. This area has recently undergone massive changes in the way
It’s been a very busy couple years and I must admit, as I think is the case with many photographers, posting regularly is my absolute challenge! I am determined to share with you what I have been up to the last couple years; the places I have been to and
Over the next few months I will be photographing CBK Farming and annual citrus operations from beginning to end.
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One Tree farm – our first stop on a Pannar photo tour of the Pannar Seed farmers in the Freestate! These images are licensed to Pannar Seed. Lianne Ashton is a freelance photographer based in KZN, South Africa. Her clients include large commercial agricultural corporates, NGO’s, small businesses and investment
Documentary photography of Craig Macfarlane and the Hayter’s team in Ixopo burning fire breaks. Lianne provides agricultural imagery for websites, advertising, training manuals, webinars and imagery for editorial purposes. If you would like to know more about Lianne’s packages and rates, contact Lianne here with your enquiry or request.
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
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
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