SECRETS OF ACCEPTABLE INTRUSION | Darrin Henry
Street photography can be either an adrenaline rush or a cold sweat inducing experience. For many it breaks down as simply as that. I’m beginning to realise it’s a discipline with the camera that makes the nerves
NATURE’S LIGHTING MASTERCLASS | There’s something completely irresistible about photographing the St Helena sunset. Anywhere along the north-western side of the island is a perfect front row seat to see the sun retreating down to the vast South Atlantic Ocean. It never gets old
PHOTOGRAPHY IS A HABIT FOR LIFE |
By a mile, the best creative hobby is photography. Ok, that’s just my biased opinion, but even so. Young or old, male or female, big budget, small budget… it works for everyone pretty much. Photography isn’t prejudiced
LIVING THE DAYS OF OUR LIVES |
Today we mark the first 100 days of 2018 and, for the third consecutive time we are also celebrating a successful 100-day start to a photography Project 365. When Sharon and I embarked on this photo-a-day adventure
ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO DISCOVER ST HELENA | Sharon Henry
Swimming with whale sharks, meeting a 188-year-old tortoise and hiking precarious trails are just a fraction of fun things to do on St Helena and with the airport open for business, the island will be
EVERY DAY SOMETHING MAKES US SNAP | Darrin Henry
It’s not quite a Disorder (I don’t think), but photography, once in your bloodstream, can prompt that OCD kind of behaviour at times. We’ve successfully completed our second consecutive Project 365, a photo-a-day mission to
2017 IN PICTURES AND WORDS | Darrin Henry
We will remember 2017 as another fantastic year of Adventures in Photography for What The Saints Did Next, something not always obvious when we’re in the moment.
Clicking through our hard drives is a good reminder
LIKES, CLICKS & REACH – IT’S A SOCIAL THING | Darrin Henry
First-line blood relatives they might be, but our photo-blog and What The Saints Did Next Facebook Page, have very different personalities.
The blog is the grown up sibling; thoughtful, takes pride in its appearance
CAPE TOWN IN WINTER IS THE BEST | Sharon Henry
Blessed with in-your-face natural beauty and a fascinating culture it’s easy to see why Cape Town tops travel lists the world over. Did you know visiting Cape Town in winter is just as enjoyable and also a lot cheaper.
It’s been a little while since we indulged in a picture post, just photos for pleasure, so to speak. As it’s Good Friday today, we’ve compiled a ‘Natural Landscapes of St Helena’ collection for Easter. The topography of St Helena does a great job