About Lightasm - Unrestrained PhotographyLightasm is a Portfolio and Tutorial site focused on Photography around Johannesburg, South Africa. The blog posts document my photography outings showcasing the results along with videos documenting the adventures.
This photo walk took us to the Madhya Kailash Temple and the Turkish mosque called Nizamiye Turkish Masjid which were conveniently located right next door to each other.
The Joburg Photo Walkers were kept mesmerized by a team of firebreathers and dancers on a chilly evening. See how the team of performers managed to warm a cold night on the verge of winter with displays of control over the deadly primal element.
It was time for street photography at this years annual #WWIM13 Instawalk which took place in the Joburg CBD. We started at 1 Fox and headed down towards Gandhi Square where Killer Clowns and Firebreathers awaited our arrival.
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The photowalk organized by Kameraz in Rosebank Mall saw a lazy Sunday afternoon tour of the neighbourhood. The walk took us from the hustle and bustle of the markets to the old workhorse fire station.
It’s that time of year again when Chinese New Year 2016 lights up the night sky with a volley of fireworks heard far and wide. This year I set off to Old China Town in the Johannesburg CBD.
This interior design photo shoot was for Afroglam Interior Design & Project Management. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa they had just completed a residential project in Melville.
The normally bright and colorful Chinese New Year 2015, or year of the Goat, event had to contend with the weather this time around as rain made for a moody and subdued photowalk.
Another afternoon spent with the Joburg Photo Walkers at the Nizamiye Turkish Masjid in Midrand. We spent the afternoon taking photo’s of the elaborate designs adorning the biggest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere.
This graffiti art photowalk took place in the Johannesburg CBD with a tour around Maboneng and Jeppestown. If you’ve even been curious to join a photowalk but haven’t then check out what happened at the World Wide Photowalk 2014.