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Stephen Williams

I work in Cape Town, South Africa
I started as a photographer working for several newspapers in the Media24 news group, including: Die Burger, Beeld, Rapport, Kaap Rapport. I also worked for the Independant newspaper group. Lately I have focussed a lot more on Wedding Photography, as there is more money to be made out of it. Please go to my website to view the rest of my portfolio.

Portfolio Photos

Just before the first match of the Fifa Soccer World Cup in 2010. Barred from entering because the Fifa Fan Fest at the Grand Parade in Cape Town had already filled to capacity, people still stood and waited for a chance to enter.
Its normally an annual affair in Cape Town that the seas surrounding cape town become very turbulent, especially during high tide where the Promenade in Sea Point is battered by waves, preventing the normal joggers and pedestrians from using their normal route.
A picture taken of Desmond Tutu during the opening ceremony of a new orphanage in Cape Town
Residents of Hangberg in Hout Bay fighting the police to try and prevent them from gaining access to the area, so that their illegal homes will not be demolished. This woman was later arrested for verbally assaulting the police.
Residents of Hangberg in Hout Bay fighting the police to try and prevent them from gaining access to the area, so that their illegal homes will not be demolished.
This was taken at the MCQP (Mother City Queer Project) at the old biscuit mill in Cape Town in December 2009
Just before the first match of the Fifa Soccer World Cup in 2010. Barred from entering because the Fifa Fan Fest at the Grand Parade in Cape Town had already filled to capacity, people still stood and waited for a chance to enter, even tried to push and force their way into the venue.
A picture taken of a cyclist on the longest cycle route of the "Die Burger Cycle Tour" in Stellenbosch, while splashing through the Eersterivier River.
A picture taken at the Sea Point Promenade. On this day during high tide, waves were crashing against the drainage outlet pipes, the pressure of which forced water and foam to erupt through the gaps of the man-hole cover. It took almost an hour of waiting to get this shot.

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