Added by on 2018-06-08

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote I am very happy to bring you a new video series about landscape photography on location that I filmed on Spain’s Canary Islands, and more specifically on Gran Canaria. In this slow-paced first episode, I explore the sand dunes of Maspalomas. Lots of tourism has made this place a very challenging location for landscape photography. ———— My website: Facebook: Instagram: ———— Here is some of the gear I use. Please note that these are Amazon affiliate links. For every purchase, I get a small percentage from Amazon at no further cost to you. By using these links you can support my work. Thank you! Fujifilm X-T2 – Fujifilm XF 10-24mm F4 R OIS – Fujifilm XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS – Fujifilm XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS – Fujifilm XF 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR – Fujifilm Fujinon 23mm F2.0 XF R WR Black – Canon 5D Mark III – Canon EF 17-40mm F4 L USM – Canon EF 24-105 mm F4 L IS USM – Canon EF 70-200mm F4 L USM – Canon S110 – Canon G7X Mark II – Dji Mavic Pro – Zoom H1 Audio Recorder – Nisi filters – Manfrotto Carbon 190 CX 3 tripod – Sirui T-1204XL/E-10 tripod and ballhead- Sirui T-2204XL/E-20 tripod and ballhead – Rhino Slider – iPhone 6S – Bagsmart Cable Pouch – F-stop Loka Bag Apple MacBook Pro 15” – LaCie Rugged Mini 4TB USB-C – LaCie 2big Dock Thunderbolt 3 20TB – ———— Music: Epidemic Video Rating: / 5


  • Chris Dera 1 year ago

    im going there soon and will have same situation than

  • Chris Dera 1 year ago

    it will be so funny if someone will run from the top strait to the water 🙂

  • ignacio alvarez 1 year ago

    Beautiful images!

  • Diego McCartney 1 year ago

    Really enjoyed this video. Great videography work man. Really interesting location because unlike the Mesquite Sand Dunes. You’re close to a large body of water. Too bad about the foot prints but you still managed to get a nice image. Will check out the other videos.

  • Mark Janes 1 year ago

    Sand dune leading down into water. Interesting combination. Nice shot!

  • Pep T 1 year ago

    I've noticed you, like many, have the red button on the shutter button. Is this for any specific purpose? Starting to wonder if it helps weather seal that screw in plug?

  • Dianne Willingham 1 year ago

    Wonderful video  thanks for sharing.  I head to the beach quite a lot here on the Gold Coast of Australia.  My poor tripod does suffer……I too now avoid changing lens when I am on the sand…..look forward to your next upload

  • Andrew Daw 1 year ago

    Hi Christophe. Thanks for the excellent video. I was in Maspalomas last year and had the same challenges re footprints… I'm going back again this summer and I was interested to see that you captured some drone footage. I'm planning on taking my drone with me, but the Spanish laws against drones are really strict with very high fines. I'd be really interested to know if you had any issues whilst you were there. Looking forward to see where else you go on the island. There's loads of potential, especially with a drone:-)

  • James Brew 1 year ago

    Great video Christophe – I really didn't realise there were sand dunes like this on the Canary islands. Very beautiful location to shoot

  • hyprfocal 1 year ago

    every footstep we take leaves it's mark in another photographer's composition, unavoidable in surroundings like this. your reflective image was great considering the difficulties. thanks for the upload

  • George Durzi 1 year ago

    Well, that's why landscape photography is difficult and especially in the desert. I always say this in my videos. Nice capture and what's important is that you got out there and gave it shot. Don't let it disappoint you and enjoy it.

  • Jonathan Fletcher 1 year ago

    Lovely production again Christophe!

  • Tony Blackwell 1 year ago

    Nice video, despite the lack of images. Thanks for sharing

  • bill baker 1 year ago

    Very nice shot love sand dune photos

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