Photographer Galleries

Anna Engelhardt

I was born in Germany, studied food science and shortly after graduation accepted an offer from a Namibian company to establish a quality assurance laboratory in Windhoek. Some years later, I moved to Cape Town where I became a journalist for a trade journal to the food industry. Because I was expected to do my own photography, I bought my first Nikon and also learned how to do dark-room work.

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Pat Scott

On retiring after 41 years of teaching I at last had the time to follow my dream of photography. Shortly after arriving in Cape Town in December 2005 I registered for an Introductory Course at the Cape Town School of Photography. Since then I have enjoyed every moment of the challenges, frustrations and amazing rewards of this wonderful creative activity. Photography is my passion!

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Lesley Parolis

I have always had a keen interest in photography but only became really serious about it once I stopped working full time and could devote time and energy to what has become a real passion in my life. In 2009 I did my first digital photography course, DSLR1, at the Cape Town School of Photography. I thoroughly enjoyed it and it stimulated me to do the next phase, DSLR2. The people I met at the School and the exposure I had to new ways of “seeing” the everyday world around me was tremendous.

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Jean Bradshaw

I trained as a scientist but latterly have been helping my husband run a small business from home.  In between, I help my daughter and daughter-in-law with my grandchildren.  I took up photography as a hobby in 2005 with a small compact digital camera.

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Kim Stevens

My love affair with photography began in 2003 with an epiphany. I was attending a photo workshop in Kamieskroon in the Northern Cape with the celebrated Master of Light, Freeman Paterson. His slideshows of photographs depicting the extraordinary in the ordinary, changed my view on the world forever.
Photography has become both an passion and an addiction and I can never stop seeing the world in images wherever I happen to find myself.

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Joan Ward

Cameras of all descriptions have always fascinated me, from my first box Brownie at age 10, when photography was simply for record shots of family gatherings and holidays, to today’s DSLRs with the infinite possibilities these cameras encourage.   On the way video claimed my interest for many years; during this time I worked in the field of making corporate programmes professionally.

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Sue Docherty

My interest in photography began at an early age when my parents gave me my very first camera (a little box Brownie) as a birthday present. I have been hooked ever since. My love for images and words led to a career in Advertising, TV production and Publishing.

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Kathy Priday

For me, being at the sea with crashing waves and glistening rocks, the sun just set and the sky ablaze with colour, my camera on a tripod and my filters at hand, is pure bliss! Photography makes me see the world in pictures and it gives me many blissful moments, in the mountains, the forest, the street on a road trip and best of all when travelling. Belonging to this group of inspiring and wonderful women has been one of my great privileges in life.