- published: 17 Oct 2016
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Namibia is the 85th country in my music/travel series
Top tips to make your instagram pop with photos of the night sky. The Namibian desert is a perfect place to take photos of the stars. This is Hoada campsite. Remember: 10-22mm lens or a wider angle lens. Stable position. Think about and light your subject An f-stop that will allow enough light in, but won't leave your subject out of focus ISO around 2000 Focus just below infinity Shutter speed 10-30 seconds This month we're travelling across Namibia to discover some incredible destinations. We're starting in Windhoek, heading north to Etosha, down the skeleton coast before hitting Fish River. We're Eliska and Jack - two twenty-somethings living in London but escaping as often and to as many places as possible. Our channel is about finding adventure if you're time or money poor....
Small selection of clips and photos from a trip my uncle and aunt took me along on in November 2014. Software used: * Lightroom CC (2014-2016 editions) * Photoshop CC (2014-2016 editions) * Sony Movie Studio Platinum HD 13 Camera equipment used: Samsung NX30 Samsung NX 12-24mm f/4-5.6 Samsung NX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Samsung NX 55-250mm f/4-5.6 Hoya Pro1D 58mm CPL Unfortunately I didn't think to do anything to muff up my camera's built-in microphone ports (had since getting back), so virtually all the outdoor footage is heavily addled by wind-noise. Pioneers by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Photographs from a Rockjumper Tours expedition to Namibia and Botswana. Part One includes images of wildlife and scenery from Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Namib-Naukluft National Park, The Spitzkoppe, the Erongo Mountains and Etosha National Park. Part Two features the Okavango River, Mahango Game Reserve, Okavango Panhandle and the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta. A trip report available at: http://www.surfbirds.com/trip_report.php?id=1943 describes the expedition in detail.
A photo tour of my trip to Namibia in 2008
Namibia is one of Africa's hidden treasures. Home to one of the oldest and driest deserts, the dunes of the namib desert rise over 1000 feet in height. The sand permeates everything and Mother Nature is ruthless against all who try to inhabit the desert. She has swallowed villages and crushed ships along her coastline. Amidst the harsh environs though, an abundance of wildlife flourishes in this land. A harsh and beautiful landscape - seldom seen by Westerners.
These photo's are just a glimpse of what can be seen on our trips through Namibia.
Namibia photos by Christos Katsios