Dusk at Quiver Tree Forest

Namibia Full Circle Tour 2015 Travelogue Part 1 (Podcast 486)

From August 10 to 26, 2015, I joined my friend Jeremy Woodhouse in Namibia to co-host a tour with ten wonderful participants. We had a amazing time, and from today for the next few weeks, I'm going to walk you through the trip via a selection of photographs from each...

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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
  • David Davidson
    Posted at 23:34h, 31 August Reply

    Really enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing. Namibia is very high on my “to-do” list!
    David

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 23:53h, 31 August Reply

      That’s great. I’m pleased you enjoyed this David. I hope you enjoy the next few episodes as well. There’s still quite a lot to share.

  • dipakphotography
    Posted at 07:25h, 01 September Reply

    Hi Martin,

    I really enjoyed this podcast and love the images. Looking forward to the rest of the podcasts and images from your trip.

    Dipak

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 08:36h, 01 September Reply

      Thanks Dipak! I’m pleased you enjoyed this. There’s lots more to come.

  • Tim Chappell
    Posted at 04:34h, 02 September Reply

    Hi Martin,

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures. I’m sure I’m not the only podcast listener who would appreciate an update on your experiences with the EOS 5DSr now that you’ve owned it for a while. Please share your thoughts with us.

    Thanks,
    Tim.

  • Martin Bailey
    Posted at 09:41h, 05 September Reply

    Hi Tim,

    Yes, I will insert a few comments to this series when appropriate, but also will probably do a dedicated post later, to update you on my findings.

    For now, I will say that I’m as impressed with the 5Ds R now as I was when I bought it, if not more. I’m continuously successfully hand-holding the camera, getting sharp images, and it’s working well for wildlife too. The pigeon-holers that would like to justify their decisions not to buy this camera are going to have a really hard time doing that as more and more people use it and report their findings.

    Of course, I miss the fast frame rate of the 1D X or 7D2 when shooting wildlife, but I’d rather have few images at this quality than more at 20mp. The 5Ds R is addictive. Once you’ve seen what it can do, it’s hard to go back to the other Canon bodies. 🙂

    Cheers,
    Martin.

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