namibia photography workshop photography workshop
Windhoek Keetmanshoop Luderitz Sossusvlei Etosha NP Opuwo
11 Apr - 25 Apr 2020
$8700 single supplement $ 1500 Deposit $1500
Namibia has the world’s most spectacular and varied desert landscapes and one of the least populated countries on the planet… its endless vistas will be permanently etched into your soul as we traverse the country with our cameras. Nowhere else will you see families of desert elephant moving silently through the beautiful valleys in search of life-giving oases. No other desert has a Skeleton Coast where the great Atlantic Ocean waves pound a burning shore littered with shipwrecks, often shrouded in fog where only giant seal colonies live. Namibia’s desert winds have sculpted the world’s highest dunes out of red sand and it is these dunes that make the Namibian landscape like no other on earth. In some places the dunes rise out of endless fields of grass and in others the dunes are as high as mountains. In a special place the sand cut off the water supply to a seasonal wetland and today the result is the petrified trees of Deadvlei. In the far South, fine silica sands are now reclaiming what was once the site of a great diamond rush – the ghost town of Kolmanskop. To the West, a special combination of rocky ground and hot, arid conditions have created one of the most alien plants on earth; the Quiver Tree. Join us for an opportunity to experience and photograph these one of a kind landscapes under professional guidance. Together with ur local experts we have designed a trip where we will take you to the most photogenic locations, not just carefully planned for the best light, but to aid you in mentally visualizing a scene before capturing the decisive moment. Our goal during this trip is not only send you home with images you are proud of, but use your new found skills to improve and expand your photographic and post editing technique in general.
Travel,landscape photography. Professional photographer , guide. Photo walks & discussions small group size (4-7 guests). Fine hotel accommodations, breakfasts, 2 dinners, Local transport.
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Day 1 – Windhoek 

All guests will arrive and be transported to our lodge in the hills over Windhoek and enjoy our first meal together in beautiful surroundings.

Note: the easiest way to get to Windhoek is to fly to Johannesburg (South Africa) 

Day 2 – Keetmanshoop 

On day two, we take a drive to Keetmanshoop, and visit the Quiver Tree Forest, and hopefully also get a little bit of astrophotography in to photograph the Milky Way with the Quiver Trees.

The following morning we’ll visit the Devil’s Playground, before taking another steady drive over to the coast and the quaint town of Luderitz.

Days 3, 4 – Kolmanskop 

From our base in the beautiful seaside town of Luderitz, we’ll make a number of trips spending some quality time in the abandoned diamond mine town of Kolmanskop.

We will also make an excursion to the exclusive Elizabeth Bay, to photograph the deserted houses and other buildings there.

Days 5 to 7 – Sossusvlei 

From Luderitz we head to Sossusvlei where we stay inside the national park so that we can get access to Deadvlei at dawn to photograph the iconic Camel-Thorn Trees in silhouette again the red dunes.

We will also have a number of shoots of the surrounding sand dunes during our time in the beautiful Sossusvlei area.

Days 8, 9 – Walvis Bay 

We break up our journey between south and north Namibia with two nights in a beautiful colonial lodge at Walvis Bay, where we’ll photograph the flamingoes and pelicans in the bay. We’ll arrange an optional safari drive into the dunes and over to the flamingo colony in Sandwich Harbour.

Days 10,  – Palmwag 

From our base in the beautiful lodge at Palmwag, we’ll visit a Himba settlement a number of times. The Himba are a nomadic people who let us into their settlements and share aspects of their culture, giving us ample chances to capture their unique way of life.

Days 11,12 Opuwo

Drive to the north to Himba home, desertic landscape, in the middle of nothing we will have the possibilities to enter inside 2 Himba village far from tourism.  

Days 13, 14 – Ongava 

From this point, we head into the Etosha National Park and change focus to the majestic wildlife within, including gemsbok, springbok, and hartebeest to ostrich, elephant, rhino, and lion.

Day 15 – Windhoek 

After our final shoot in the Etosha National Park, we embark on our last drive back to Windhoek for one last night in our hilltop lodge to celebrate a successful tour together.



Group size
5 - 7 guests
Experience | difficulty
Beginner, amateur, enthusiast and semi-pro photographers DSLR, mirrorless, compact or iPhone cameras. Moderate schedule. Travel by Mini Van , walking. Small elevation changes and a moderate amount of walking. (non-photographers also welcome).
Weather | Sun
April Temperature 57/80F 13/23C Sunrise 7.13 Sunset 18.52
Travel,landscape photography. Professional photographer , guide. Photo walks & discussions small group size (4-7 guests). Fine hotel accommodations, breakfasts, 2 dinners, Local transport.
Lunches, snacks and drinks outside of normal meals, beverages and alcohol. Tips for tour guides, drivers, bellhops etc. International Medical and Travel Insurance Coverage. Arrival and departure flights.
Small, locally owned guesthouses and hotels
Travel information
We recommend arrival 1 day before the beginning of workshop, meeting point Windhoek Hotel.
$8700 single supplement $ 1500 Deposit $1500
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