Keith Rawlins afer matriculating, spent two ears doing his national service in the South African Navy as a radio officer aboard a missile strike craft. Upon leaving the national service he studied towards his diploma in nature conservation and after a short while there joined a large blue chip  JSE retailer as a manager and worked his way up during 24 years to the position as one of its brands managing director.  With a buy out he opted to leave and took up photography full time, which was already a very serious hobby. Keith spends most of his time now teaching various forms of photography due to having legs amputated and not able to shoot as much as he used to. Keith is highly trained technically and teaches in a way that is easy to learn , and understand, with both theory and practical. Keith teaches how to use your camera, from the basics to an advanced level of learning. He also teaches studio, from using a light meter, to the different forms of lighting and how to best set up your studio. Keith teaches photoshop from the basics to the advanced user. Keith also teaches how to use on board flash as a way of creating creative effects and lastly Keith also runs wild life photographic courses over 4 days in the famous Sabi Sands. Certificates of completion are handed out on completion of course, and most courses are a full day in a relaxed environment for better understanding.