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Hannes Lochner Complete Bundle

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Hannes Lochner is a famed and sought-after wildlife photographer, considered an expert in his field.

You can get his complete collection of books and save.


Planet Okavango is a soaring work of photographic mastery, and will delight new and established fans of Hannes Lochner's work alike. This large-format coffee table book is a collector’s item, and features exceptional photography, top class printing, and impressive size.


Dark Side of the Kalahari is Hannes Lochner's third addition to his book collection. He undertook a two year, 100 000km journey in the Kalahari (Kgalagadi) Desert, capturing the life of a single leopard female and her struggle to raise cubs in this extremely harsh environment. This is a storybook filled with beautiful images, also covering the adventures of characters such as Luna, the leopard, in the main role. It is a 200 page book in full colour, which slides into a protective box.


Colours of Southern Africa is a wonderful photographic debut. The photographs in this book were captured by Hannes Lochner over two years travelling across Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Wildlife photographs that constitute a sort of photographic safari, capturing the fantastic variety of animal life in Southern Africa's National Parks.


Famed Kalahari photographer Hannes Lochner provides his expertise for this, the fifth book in the PhotoTips series, Photographer on Location. Lochner has special talent for both composition and lighting, and he shares his best advice on these and other topics in the book; such as equipment, landscapes, shooting silhouettes, and more, as well as including some of his own personal recollections.

Author Biography

Hannes Lochner is an internationally awarded photographer who has been photographing wildlife professionally since 2007.

Hannes has produced four magnificent photographic books, three of which were dedicated entirely to the Kalahari. To achieve this, he lived in the Kalahari for five years, where he spent hundreds of hours capturing inspiring images of this captivating landscape and its enigmatic inhabitants.