Canon Europe

South African Women in Photography – This #WomensMonth we are celebrating the stories of South African women in photography. Take a listen to the stories of four strong, brave and passionate photographers that come from different walks in life, as they share how they started their photography journey.

Orms Connect – The Orms Photographic Blog

Khalipha Ntloko is the Talented, Relatable Creator We’ve All Been Waiting For – We first encountered Capetonian creator Khalipha Ntloko and her spectacular flatlay photography when she entered one of our competitions earlier this year.

Ever since this first interaction, we have been religious stalkers of her aesthetically pleasing Instagram and deeply intrigued by the behind the scenes of her creative process. Naturally, we were utterly delighted when she agreed to a written interview on Orms Connect!

Orms Air – The Orms Podcast

Content Creator Khalipha Ntloko On Defining Authenticity For Yourself – Kicking off Season 3 is our conversation with relatable Capetonian content creator, Khalipha Ntloko.

Khalipha creates educational and lifestyle content on her many social channels including Instagram and YouTube, and she joined us in studio for a candid chat about her creative process and carving out a space for oneself in the increasingly competitive world of consumable digital content.

Wrapp Around

Unpacking Blog Analytics with Khalipha Ntloko – Today we talk to someone who will get you thinking twice about neglecting your data. Khalipha Ntloko wows us with her knowledge of all things analytics. As a fashion, beauty and photography blogger, we ask her view on why blog analytics are important if you want to keeping readers coming back.


Finding inspiration from other creators with @khalipha_ntloko_ – Very often, we see influencers creating ground-breaking content. But who inspires them? Khalipha Ntloko shares the 3 content creators who inspire her – Yoliswa Mqoco, Peter Mckinnon and Alissa Ashley.

W24 (News24)

Are self-portraits the new selfie? – We’ve been able to capture ourselves on the go and on every other second of the year with more and more clarity (or filtered brilliance) as the front-facing cameras that come with our smartphones get more high tech.

So why consider taking self-portraits if selfies seemingly achieve the same goal much faster and easier? Well there might be more to self-portraits than you would have thought.