Great news! We have been working behind the scenes to setup some aerial photography time on the September 20-30, 2010 Namibia landscape workshop. I cannot tell you how amazing the workshop is going to be, as it combines my favorite and most photographically rich locations in all of Namibia, excellent leadership by John Paul Caponigro, and now aerial photography while flying over the biggest, baddest sand dunes on the planet.
Here are a few bullet points about the workshop:
- Aerial photography in the Namib-Naukluft area (optional excursion)
- The famed Deadvlei trees at Sossusvlei
- The tallest sand dunes in the world
- The remote landscapes of the Skeleton Coast
- The deserted mining town of Kolmanskop
- A small, intimate group, led by John Paul Caponigro
Imagine being able to fly over the most dramatic dunes in the world with no doors on the plane. It's you, your camera and the dunes below. Here are some photos from my last trip to Namibia over these majestic dunes (I haven't had the luxury of flying in Namibia on photo-specific flights, and the ability to take the doors off the plane and shoot unobscructed, with a safety harness, is a great benefit).
I have heard from many travelers that aerial photography in Namibia is something that is on their list, and now I have the proper people in place to make it happen. Email me at email@example.com if you would like to join the September 20-30, 2010 Namibia workshop. It will be one heck of a good time.