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About

herman & mia

H & M photography consists of a dynamic photographic team :Herman and Mia. They are mostly active in Modimolle and Bela-Bela, but not exclusively as their work often takes them on journeys across our beautiful country.

Media Contributions

The Gardener Landbouweekblad Die Weg WRSA Magazine The Media Independent Industry Intelligence Magazine
Rapport Newspaper
Sondag Newspaper
Game & Hunt Magazine
Travel & Tourism Publications (Bela-Bela, Modimolle, Mookgophong, Vaalwater)

Die Poskoerant/The Post



Herman Steyn

Photographer, Editor

Herman Steyn has a long history with the camera. First starting out as a SAP photographer, he quickly realised his passion for the lens. He left the police service and never looked back. With an extreme passion for wildlife and wedding photography, he enjoys capturing the moment.
AWARDS
2014,2013,2012 2011 AlgehelePersfotograaf van die jaar SANLAM

2012 LIN Fotograaf van die jaar

2013 LIN Fotograaf van die jaar

2014 Lin Naaswenner

2010 Lin (Limpopo Independent newspapers) – Photographer of the year
2010 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Winner: Feature Photos 2010
2010 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Runner-up: Sports Photos
2010 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Runner-up: News Photos
2009 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Winner: Sports Photos
2009 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Runner-up: Sports Photos
2008 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Press Photographer of the year
2008 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Photo of the Year
2008 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Winner: Feature Photos
2007 SANLAM Community Press Awards – Third: Sports Photos
2008 BEELD Newspaper Photo Competition – Winning Picture in the Holiday Category

REFERENCES

  • Brandon Leer  (auctioneer)
  • Vleissentraal( JohanVoster)
  • Mpatamasha (MarietjieKeyter)
  • Signature wild life group Eastern Cape ( Angus Sholto Douglas)
  • SANLAM Community Press Awards – Hugo Redelinghuys
  • BEELD Newspaper – Christiaan Kotze (Sports Photos)
  • BEELD Jip – Pieter-Louis Myburgh (Sports Photos)
  • Lecturer: Free State University and well-known photographer – Nico Smit (Nature Photography)
  • The Post Newspaper (Limpopo) – Keina Swart (News Photos)
  • Limpopo Beat Newspaper – Johnny Masilela (News Photos)


RECENT MARKETING CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Pala Pala (Mr CyralRamaposa)
  • Nyumbu (Norman Adami)
  • Paymat (Pieter Prinsloo)
  • Castle de Wildt (Bernard Groenewald)
  • South Africa Enduroman Triathlon – Anton Louw (Managing Director)
  • Trophy Breeders Game Auction – Lee Cannata and Miguel Ferreira
  • Game auction Catalogues (Limpopo Province)
  • Sondela Nature Reserve
  • Ramalopo Nature Reserve
  • Etosha Nature Reserve
  • Mountain View Lodge
  • Cryphon Hockey Gear

FEATURE FRONT PAGE OF BOOKS PUBLISHED

  • Die Modimolemonster  -
  • Biblioteekbus – Keina Swart

Mia de Bruyn

Photographer, editor

Mia is a gifted, talented and creative photographer. She enjoys working with people,
especially babies and kids. She often pushes the boundaries to get that perfect shot.
Her casual and intimate style is reflected in her beautiful photos.

MIA SPECIALIZES IN THE FOLLOWING:
Action Photography (Sport)
Portraiture
Studio photography
Digital Art
Wedding Photography
Baby / Pregnancy Photoshoots
School Photography
MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS
Travel & Tourism Publications (Bela-Bela, Modimolle, Mookgophong, Vaalwater)
5150 Ironman South-Africa
Miss UN Photographer
LIN Media Awards Photographer
Top Model Photographer
RECENT MARKETING CONTRIBUTIONS
Official 5150 Photographer
Volvo Owners Club Photographer
Die Pos Local Waterberg Newspaper

 

  • ““Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” ” Aaron Siskind—

  • “A photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that will never cease looking back at you. ” — Brigitte Bardot

  • “Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.” — Don McCullin