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I’m currently running out of space in my passport. No surprise as i keep going to African countries that insist of stamping an entire page.
It’s fair to say i’m a big advocate for the Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless camera system, developed by Olympus and Panasonic since 2008.
What happens when you actually like the video footage more than the photos?
My recent trips across Africa culminating in an epic video montage.
Learn about the gear in my bag when i’m out and about.
The Walk With Lions Encounter in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Mada’in Saleh, the Saudi Arabian Petra in the Al Madinah Region, Hejaz.
What goes into a blog post? Helpful, industry-specific content that:
The Himba are a ancient tribe native to the north-west of Namibia in one of the most remote areas of an already mostly arid country. Very few tourists get to visit the actual tribes in the Kunene Region and on the other side of the Kunene River in Angola. Instead, most tourists are treated to […]Discover More
One of my favourite features on the latest flagship Panasonic G range is the 6K photo mode. The GH5 and G9 are both capable of 6K photo at 30fps and 4K at 60fps with the ability to scroll through and extract a still image at the recorded resolution. The recording also gives you a 6K/4K […]Discover More
Experience a lens designed for the Micro Four Thirds mount that is around two-thirds smaller and one fifth of the weight compared to the equivalent focal range for a full frame 35mm DSLR. This is the Panasonic Leica high-performance lens for nature/outdoor photography with a 200-800mm 35mm equivalent focal distance. The lens is ideally suited […]Discover More
The ‘Asir Region is an area of Saudi Arabia located in the southwest of the country, named after the ʿAsīr tribe. The mostly mountainous landscape is in relatively close proximity to the Red Sea, has the highest peaks and receives more rainfall than any other provinces within the country. The views across the Al Souda […]Discover More