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Desert Oddity: Shooting Under Rare Conditions in Namibia

Posted on 20th August, 2019

In the middle of 2018 I guided a group of photographers in Namibia. It had been some time since my last visit and I was very keen to return, but little did I know that this beautiful African country would see some very rare weather conditions during my visit. In this article I'll describe what happened. It was a peculiar time in Namibia, with some very weird weather. A massive thunderstorm hit about 1500 km north of where that kind of thing normally happens, and bizarrely enough, it...

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Ghost Town: Shooting in Kolmanskop

Posted on 16th September, 2017

Once a thriving diamond-mining center, today the town of Kolmanskop is one of the main photographic attractions in Namibia. The Namib Desert has been reclaiming this ghost town since its abandonment more than half a century ago, and witnessing the amazingly-preserved buildings getting swallowed by the sand dunes is an unforgettable experience. I visited Kolmanskop in 2014, while scouting for my Namibia workshop, and I was completely stunned by the photographic potential of the place. In...

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Hell on Earth: Shooting in the Danakil Depression

Posted on 9th March, 2016

Hell on earth. It sounds like hyperbole, but the Danakil Depression is exactly that. In late 2013 I spent 1.5 months traveling extensively in Ethiopia, and I visited the Danakil to scout locations for my 'Earth, Wind and Fire' workshop. It is, by my own experience, one of the most inhospitable environments you can actually visit. Scorching heat, no roads, no running water, not to mention hotels or any other modern convenience. But it is exactly these qualities which make...

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