Planet Okavango Limited Edition 2 - 10
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A Standard edition book with all the same specs:
220 pages of stunning content
Chroma and Sepiana printing techniques
200 gsm premium paper
Contained within a gorgeous box
Foil stamped and UV Varnished box cover
Certificate of Authenticity included inside:
Beautiful reproduction of a Lochner image, signed and numbered by Hannes Lochner
Only 9 available
Publication date: October 2017
The latest coffee table book from internationally acclaimed photographer Hannes Lochner, Planet Okavango is an evocative tribute to the wetland deltas of Botswana, its inhabitants, and its unique wonder. The meeting of the creative mastery of Hannes Lochner and the rich beauty of the Okavango has resulted in a stunning work, every page vivid with images of the delta wildlife at their natural best. Hannes is one of the last true wildlife photographers for whom photography is an art. His methods are renowned as groundbreaking – he visualises his images before even capturing them. His wealth of talent and experience brings his readers delight, wonder and awe, and Planet Okavango offers just this.
Printed with high quality Chroma Sentric and Sepiana printing processes
Exceptionally large at 380mm x 290mm and 220 pages
Printed on 200gsm matt art paper
French fold, matt laminated dust cover with foil and UV varnish
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. He now brings his dedicated approach and creative talents to Botswana’s Okavango Delta in Planet Okavango, living there for two and a half years and committing his every waking moment to his photography.
Hannes has been recognised internationally, receiving several awards over the years - from the prestigious BBC‘s Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year, to being named at Nature’s Best Awards competitions. Also, a great number of his photos and articles have been published in both national South African press and in well-known international publications.