My new personal Sound effect pack 🙂 –
Traveling through Bangladesh was incredible, a country where the people were so welcoming and giving it blew my mind. I had some free time and decided to book a last minute self funded trip to explore untouched Bangladesh. I packed my camera bag and I arrived in Dhaka (the most densely populated city in the world) where I navigated the busy streets of Old Dhaka (Puran) and surrounding areas before I made my way south to Chittagong where I ventured up into the Hill Tracts region. I ended my trip in beautiful Cox’s Bazar where the beach runs unbroken for 120km! There was so many hidden gems in this country and I truly enjoyed where the ride took me as I caught rickshaws, CNG’s, buses, taxis, trains (even riding on top of a train) and many various boats along the way. It was an incredible experience and I urge you to explore this country that still has so much more to offer!
My new personal sound design pack 🙂
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The awesome track 🎵
EKALI & mossy – Stay Hollow
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Special Thanks :
Simon (@backpackingsimon )- The legendary travel vlogger who joined me for most of the trip, check out his video’s for a more in depth look :
Jewel – This man has so much knowledge about his country, definitely contact him if you decide to visit Bangladesh : +8801714075718 , firstname.lastname@example.org , www.royalbengaltours.com .
Mermaids Resort – By far the most beautiful and comfortable stay I experienced in Bangladesh along the Cox’s Bazar shoreline. The owners were extremely welcoming and helpful and I couldn’t ask for a better way to end the trip with them. and
Nick (@indigo.traveller) – his vlogs from Bangladesh gave me a great insight into making the plans to visit the country.
Akib and Sarwar – These young local filmmakers helped with some local knowledge, thanks for helping out guys.
Polar Pro Variable ND’s (Peter Mckinnon series), my new favourite 👌
Dji Ronin S
Panasonic Lumix Gh5
Metabones speedbooster Ultra
Canon 70-200mm f4, Sigma 18-35mm f1.8, Sigma 50-100mm f1.8.
Dji Mavic pro 2
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