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Some photos from Uganda including my grandparents grave, national park, mandela national football stadium, village visit and much more .. (Some photos aren't as good as others, i did use just my phone lol) .. Music by: Utopiansounds SophonicMedia Comment, share & Subscribe I appreciate any support I get.. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ysharrysleek Instagram: https://twitter.com/sharif_ldn Twitter: https://instagr.in/u/sharif_ldn
The time I spent in Uganda in 2017 was outstanding. Here is a short video showing some of the highlights of the trip Filmed using; • Olympus OMD EM1 mkII • Olympus 12-40mm • Olympus 40-150mm • Olympus 300mm Music by Joachim Heinrich www.tesniward.co.uk
Shot on location in several villages in/around the Mbale and Manafwa Districts in North Eastern Uganda. To see more photo/video work, visit my site: www.tsmoulton.com Tech Specs: Shot on a Canon 5DMkII Canon 17-40 f/4L Canon 70-300 f/4-5.6 USM Edited in Adobe Premiere CC Music: Zoo Adventure Theo Arnisound
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A short selection of some photos and video footage from our recent visit to Uganda
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