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Namibia 2013 Travelogue Part 3 (Podcast 374)

Continuing our travelogue style account of my recent trip to Namibia, I’ve selected the next ten favorites to take a look at today, and I'll include a little background and my thought process while shooting. We pick up the trail on the morning of May 14, as we started to...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
6 Comments
  • t.linn
    Posted at 08:26h, 12 June Reply

    I’m really enjoying this series of podcasts, Martin. I’m one of those listeners who likes the travelogue-style episodes so getting to ride along to South Georgia, Antarctica, and now Namibia has been absolutely fantastic. If this turns into five episodes, all the better! (BTW, love the shot of you leaping up in the middle of Deadvlei!)

    Also, I very much appreciate your use of the map to orient your listeners geographically. Very cool.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 20:58h, 13 June Reply

      That’s good to hear Tim. I like doing these travelogue style episodes too, but just don’t get a chance to do them that often now. I’ll do more when I can though. Thanks for listening!

  • John
    Posted at 13:55h, 13 June Reply

    Martin, for the picture of the boat in the water, did you make use of a graduated filter at all? If so which one? Thank you.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 20:56h, 13 June Reply

      No John, I didn’t use any filters for that shot. The bottom of the frame is lighter because of the breaking of the waves, that’s all.

      • John
        Posted at 14:10h, 20 June Reply

        Hi Martin. Thanks for the reply. I also meant to ask you what settings you used for the Shipwreck photograph. I really do enjoy it. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us.

        • Martin Bailey
          Posted at 14:16h, 20 June Reply

          Thanks John! That shot was made at f/11 for 60 seconds, ISO 100.

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