Added by on 2018-07-07

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Landscape Photography in the Desert is something I have wanted to do for a long time and I could not think of a better place to do this than Sossusvlei, Namibia. They Planned Our Itinerary: George’s Instagram: My Instagram: Mt GPS Watch: **Music** Tumbling Creativity 2 – Peter Sandberg A Silver Lining 1 – Patrik Almkvisth Still Here 1 – Patrik Almkvisth On a Wire – Martin Hall Stay Near – Henrik Olsson **All Downloaded from Here: My Gear blog: My E-Book: Workshops on my website: Some kit used/seen in this video. These are Amazon affiliate links. If you use these links to purchase any item from Amazon, I get a small percentage which helps support my work x x x My Wide Lens – My Medium Lens – My Long Lens – The Super Long Lens – Vlogging Camera – Arca Swiss Manfrotto Ball Head – Audio Recorder – My full kit list blog:


  • Robin Dehaies 1 month ago

    One word, GORGEOUS

  • prozac1127 1 month ago

    what photography today needs is a story from the artists perspective behind each one of it…

  • mordepop 1 month ago

    What is this melancholic music in the background? 🙂

  • Jayant Varma 1 month ago


  • vinit varghese 1 month ago

    Thomas I really really want to work with you and learn. This will be a dream come true to me.

  • Frank de Vos 1 month ago

    Wow the dunepicture is marvellous!! The rinkles, the contrast is amazing…..

  • Duncan Wallace 1 month ago

    I've climbed that massive dune you mentioned at least 3 times. For me it's one of the most beautiful places in the world. You get the most amazing shapes and lines from the top of them. It's best if you go up pre-dawn. Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado USA is also great for dunes, with snow-capped mountains in the background. Really amazing.

  • Thomas Keßler 1 month ago

    Hi Thomas, i just discovered your Channel a few weeks ago and i‘m still busy to watch all of your episodes. Your Clips and Your photographs are so beautiful, the Music is so peacefull, i am enjoying every little adventure of Your Trips. Please keep moving on! Best greetings from Germany. Thomas–

  • JORDI CARRERAS 1 month ago

    Great photo in black and white

  • Teodor Paraschiv 1 month ago

    You do so nice work, hope to get at least half your level someday.

  • davelong 1 month ago

    man that last shot in black and white is sensational and to the eye out in the open it looked like fuck all

  • Will Shaman 1 month ago

    I love your work with the dunes. From now on, I don't want to be a good photographer, I want to be a good imagemaker. Because that's what you've demonstrated here: how to make an image out of the environment you find yourself in. Thank you for your inspiration and bravo!

  • masterxyr 1 month ago

    pitty you can't like the picture more than once… stunning B&W dunes, so reminds me of nude photography, the sexiness of the curves, the grain of the sand. Watching your videos is like osmosis, I get to experience so much of the world travelling with you. Thanks

  • Samar Rahman 1 month ago

    Loved the monochrome sand dune picture. Great shooting Thomas.

  • Geriko 1 month ago

    This last shot is truly amazing! Well done sir

  • Glenn Guiao 1 month ago

    How do you get a clear image from a hazy background?

  • Ian Smithers 1 month ago

    Great video Thomas – I really appreciate you sharing your experiences in Namibia. I'm heading there myself in a few weeks and cannot wait to get to Sossusvlei. May I ask, did you drive all the way to the 4WD car park and if so, what was the journey like – I keep reading stories of people getting stuck in the sand. Also, there seems to be nobody there – I had envisaged lots of people climbing the dunes at dawn. Thank you again for sharing!

  • jitendra kumar 1 month ago

    breathtakingly great compositional skills!!! simply amazing!!!

  • 1 month ago

    I’m quiet certain that you’re a magician sir. Thanks for sharing.

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