Sarah Cornwell Sarah Cornwell

Sarah Cornwell is an experienced magazine editor and journalist, based in Cape Town, South Africa. Her career started as an assistant to a freelance photojournalist while completing various practical photography and black & white printing short courses. Sarah later moved into publishing and, as a travel industry specialist, has enjoyed discovering many interesting people and places. A skilled interviewer, Sarah recently qualified as a social media marketer through the University of Cape Town and has an extra special interest in the outdoors, nature and wildlife photography. Sarah is a trail runner and Mom to two young children and a growing number of animals.

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Shady William Is on a Quest to Capture Egypt’s Cultural Magic

“I am usually attracted to subjects who have incredible stories but their voices are hard to hear,” says photographer Shady William, “a man travelling hundreds of miles just to touch a shrine for a quest precious to his heart, or a farmer who is also a great horse rider.” Drawing inspiration from people and different cultures, his series, Horses & Knights, documents one of the world’s oldest fencing competitions between Egyptian tribes and, at the same time, an important cultural tradition. In Al-Marmah, locals ride for pride and the sake of tradition, demonstrating the incredible speed and power of their fantastic horses....
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Jovana Rikalo’s Fairy-Tale World Resonates with New Audiences

“I live for magic and dreams. I find inspiration everywhere, but mostly in life and people,” says fine-art & portrait photographer Jovana Rikalo, about her fun and whimsical fairy-tale photography. Passionate about dreams, life and folklore, Jovana says photography keeps her both alive and happy. Her fun approach and clever set-ups are designed to transport audiences “away from worries and routines of a daily life”. Jovana says: “I think that every photo must have a story in order to be complete. There is no story without emotion.”...
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Justin Sullivan is One of South Africa’s Most Daring Photographers

“I always wanted to photograph impactful content,” says Justin Sullivan, one of South Africa’s most daring photographers. In only six years, Justin’s determination has taken him from the front lines of the country’s most widespread fynbos wild fires in years, to the epicentre of its war on wildlife poaching. “I started chasing fires around the Cape, running up mountains in my shorts and flip flops (sandals),” Justin recalls. “Looking back now, it was extremely dangerous and irresponsible.”...
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Steve Stockhall Opens New Pathways for Photographers in Africa

“It was a combination of studying the great contributors to National Geographic and spending time in the wilderness that led me to wanting to be both a guide and a photographer,” says Steve Stockhall, photographer and founder of Earth Ark Travel. From documenting Prince Harry’s anti-poaching work protecting some of the destination’s last black rhinos, to chimpanzees in Uganda and gorillas in Rwanda, Steve is passionate about trips that matter. Here, he offers advice for planning the ultimate African photographic safari, what gear to pack, and clever field tips that can be practiced at home....
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Larissa Honsek Lets the Light in with Her Amazing Pinhole Photography

“I have always liked carrying cameras around and taking pictures of my world,” explains Larissa Honesk. While working as a graphic designer, Honesk became immersed in the world of pinhole photography. She was able to take the simplicity of the artform, while adding her own splash of creativity. While covering a series of images that are sure to amaze, we spoke with Honesk to learn more about her journey so far....
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