Shooting landscapes in Namibia – South Africa

Shooting landscapes in Namibia – South Africa

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Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • Professional Photographer and Nikon Ambassador
  • A Travel Photographer
  • I weekly get to photograph amazing landscapes
  • From all corners of the globe
  • I need to use great equipment
  • To get the perfect shot every time
  • Working on location so far from home
  • You don’t get a second chance to get it right
  • Shooting this amazing amazing desert landscape
  • Incredible sand hills
  • Shooting early in the morning
  • Sunrise
  • Early morning
  • The sky is much brighter
  • Helps deepen the shadows
  • Richen the color in the sand dunes
  • Got up nice and early to be on location
  • Giving me really nice sunburst of the rising sun

A map of Namibia :Map of Namibia

Source : http://www.worldatlas.com
I will remember that moment for the rest of my life

I will remember that moment for the rest of my life

[Great big story]

“Emma Dahlström and Jesper Tjäder are both professional free-skiers who compete on the Swedish National Ski Team. In their careers, the pair has travelled around the world to ski some of the steepest, iciest and gnarliest slopes. But they had never experienced anything like the sheer vertical madness they took on during a recent trip to Peru. There, they shredded the sandy hillsides of Huacachina and Cerro Blanco—the highest sand dune in the world.” Visit Emma’s Instagram account HERE and Jesper’s HERE

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • The biggest sand dune in the world
  • 400 Feet of vertical drop until you get to the bottom
  • A professional free skier
  • We are both on the Swedish national team
  • Travel all over the world
  • All you could see is desert
  • It felt pretty similar to snow
  • It felt cool to ski in shorts and a t-shirt
  • We headed out to Cerro Blanco
  • We hiked with all our gear
  • It was such a crazy feeling