ABOUT MARK DUMBLETON
Driven by a passion to capture unique moments, fleeting light, breathtaking landscapes and fulfilling the desire to explore the wilderness areas of Africa, I endeavour to evoke an emotion through my photography and portray the essence of a beautiful continent I call home. Born with an appreciation for the outdoors, I thrive on photographic exploration in search of unique photographic perspectives. I am a landscape and wildlife photographer from Johannesburg in South Africa. My photography includes imagery from mainly southern Africa but also from the Masai Mara in Kenya. My main photographic focus is on landscapes, but I do spend a great deal of time photographing wildlife. View my portfolio of wilderness photographs here.
CAMERA GEAR I USE
Nikon D810 & Nikon D7000 DSLR Cameras
Nikon 200-400 f/4 VR / 24-120 f/4 VR / 14-24 f/2.8 Lenses
Nikon SB-900 Flash & Yongnuo Triggers
Lee SW150 Filters for Nikon 14-24 Lens
F-stop Tilopa BC Camera Bag & XL ICU
Redged Tripod and Support
Apple Macbook Pro / Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom / Lacie Hard Drives
PRINTS & LICENSING
All of my photographs are available for licensing and as prints so please do get in touch if one of my photographs appeal to you. I offer prints in many different mediums, so please contact me to discuss the different options.
I run landscape photographic workshops across Southern Africa. Please check the workshops page for more info on these workshop offerings.
Many of my images and articles have been published worldwide, in both local and international magazines and newspapers, including cover images for the Getaway, Natural History and Go! Magazines, numerous portfolios, assignments and editorial work for Wild Magazine, Africa Geographic, Go!, Natural History, Birdlife South Africa and Getaway publications. I have provided countless numbers of images for calendar publishers locally and internationally, as well as brochure cover images for Thompsons Travel, images for postcards for the Namibian Embassy and many more.
My greatest accolade to date is winning the Landscape category of the 2015 Natures Best Photography Africa competition, of which the photograph appeared in the 20 Year Celebration of Natures Best International Exhibition held in Washington, USA. Read this blog post about the awards.