Episode 19: Richard Bernabe on Antarctica

Photography from the Bottom of the World

“Antarctica exceeds expectations in almost every way.”

In this episode of Beyond The Lens, internationally acclaimed photographer and podcast host Richard Bernabe provides an insight into preparations for his 6th trip to Antarctica – a 23-day expedition to the Drake Passage, the Falkland Islands, King George Island, and the Antarctic Peninsula. Richard shares what is essential for such a trip – from the recommended camera equipment to appropriate clothing. He also describes what he loves about this colossal continent and explains his way of doing a popular Polar Plunge – pointing out which mistakes not to make.

You can follow Richard’s trip to Antarctica on his Instagram, @bernabephoto and Twitter, @bernabephoto.

To find out more, visit: www.richardbernabe.com


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Created & produced by: Podcast Partners
Published: Oct 14, 2022

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