Paul van Schalkwyk is an award-winning Namibian photographer and filmmaker. He has travelled extensively in search of the perfect shot - while getting charged by elephants and rhinos, and braving extreme weather. Here are his photography advice:
"In Namibia, dust jumps onto the camera sensor like you won't believe. Make sure you change your lens in an enclosed space where there's hopefully less dust around. And bring something to clean your sensor, because you are going to use that on a daily basis.
Finally, I find that some of my best works have come from the journey to the destination, so my motto is "the journey is the destination." I think that any photographer visiting Namibia would be well rewarded if they keep that in mind. Once you start tuning into the surroundings, it's amazing what you can actually capture."