Your best images produced as an award winning book!

Beautifully printed on fine art paper and bound in genuine leather this is the way to present your best work in a timeless feel.

Memoirs on Safari

“The digital era is a wonderful chapter in the history of photography! But... It has one big disadvantage:

I would return back from an amazing trip with literally hundreds of images, excited about all the discoveries of foreign places and beautiful moments, ... just to remember one year later, that all the images are still sitting somewhere on my hard drive, - untouched! The frustration of not having the time....!

Back in real life, my life is filled to the brim with work... and my precious memories of a “once upon a time” trip to a dream destination just collect dust !!!

That is where Andreas and his team step in. Having the experience of retouching some of the world’s best images, I can surely trust him to go through my safari images: select the best, rework them, and then have them printed and bound in the most exclusive leather book! The cherry on top of my travels!

Creating award winning images from my very ordinary holiday photos.

Even creating images for a world-class exhibition to impress not only my friends but the photographic art connoisseurs of the world.”

Elizabeth Olivier Kahlau
Fine Art Books
  • Printed on Acid Free Papers, 100 % Cotton Rag
  • Genuine Leather cover
  • Size: 13" X 19"
  • Smaller book size available

Photography by Jane Matkovich

Photography by Zoe Hidden – United Kingdom

Photographed by Henny Naumann-Cain

Photography by Yvonne and Andrew – Toronto

Photography by Carri Woolcott

Photography by Pieter and Mariana

Photography by Paul Naude and Brent Cook – California

Photography by Joan and Lex van Vught

An exhibition by Elizabeth Olivier Kahlau

Photography by Paul Naude, Jason Naude and Brent Cook

Concession in the Okavango Delta, Botswana

Llewelyn Olivier and family in Pietersburg during the 60's and 70's 

To a dedicated and devoted conservationist - Namibia

Photography by Amit Patel – India

Photography by Carol and Pat Robertson – San Antonio

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