Namibia is a country of surreal raw beauty, pristine wilderness and abundant wildlife. Namibia’s optimum light, spectacular landscapes and intriguing diversity of animals and people makes it a photographer's dream.

Iconic Images has become one of the most respected photographic safari companies in the world. They are dedicated to bringing people to the most spectacular locations for photography. The combination of technical support, intricate planning and local knowledge makes their iconic images tours a truly uniqiue experience.

Behind the Scenes:
The assignment to capture this experience on film proved an amazing journey for untitled cinematographer, Abraham Joffe. With his experience in wildlife and documentary production, he was up to the task to tackle the epic size of the shoot - solo.

Abraham: "This project was an hugely rewarding one. Every day was a new adventure full of glorious landscapes and wildlife. What was really brilliant is the fact that I got to really live the iconic images experience and therefore felt very comfortable in helping translate that to screen. Many thanks to Denis Glennon for allowing me the freedom to shoot this journey as I saw fit and to Shem Compion and Jay Collier for their fantastic support. Thank you also to the great clients who where so accepting and enthusiastic of my inclusion on this safari.

To book a photographic safari visit: denisglennon.com

Film produced by: untitledfilms.com.au
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Tech details:
Filmed exclusively on Canon 5dm3 cameras
Canon EF lenses: 14mm 2.8 L, 24mm 1.4 L II, 35mm 1.4 L , 50mm 1.2 L, 70-200mm 2.8 L II, 300mm 2.8 L II. 100mm Macro 2.8 L II.
Audio: Roland R26, Rode video Pro, Sennheiser G3 wireless.
Viewfinder: Zacuto Z finder 2.5"
Tripod: Miller Solo DS20 carbon fibre

Music licensed by The Audio Network.

Thank you to: Iconic Images, Denis Glennon, Shem Compion, Jay Collier, Jen Walker, Lorna-Jean Bradley, Canon Australia

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