Filmmaking Naturally’s Five Most Popular Posts

I love filming nature and wildlife! I love sharing what I’ve discovered and filmed as well as sharing my workflow and beliefs. Some posts resonate more with people than others. I thought I’d post the five most popular posts since I started this blog.

As I approach 100 posts it’s easy for even popular posts to get buried and the information is lost to you.

Periodically I’ll be posting round ups of popular posts, most shared posts etc. I try to make my posts evergreen, that is they are as relevant today as they were when I wrote them.

Do these posts resonate with you? Let me know what you’d like to see here and I’ll do my best to make that happen!



#5 Don’t Pass On An Opportunity to Film Nature and Wildlife 

 When you get a chance to film wildlife, don’t gamble that there’s something better up ahead. Take the opportunity and film the sure thing.



#4 The Best Tip Ever for Shooting Better Nature and Wildlife Video

This is probably the most important thing you need in your bag of tricks in order to film nature and wildlife!


#3 Nature and Wildlife In Jeopardy: Living in a World Without Animals

Can you even begin to imagine what it would be like if there was no wildlife? It could be a possibility!




#2 An Iowa Morning: Shooting the Panasonic AG-HPX250

An incredible morning with an incredible camera! Spend the day with me as I travel around Eastern Iowa!




#1 Wolves Keep the Ecosystem in Balance

Wolves, love them or hate them they are a vital part of a healthy ecosystem!

And as always, shoot the ordinary and make it extraordinary!

Kevin J Railsback is a wildlife and nature filmmaker


By | 2016-11-06T09:39:01+00:00 January 25th, 2015|Categories: Filmmaking Naturally News|2 Comments

About the Author:

Award-winning filmmaker Kevin J Railsback has traveled as far as Africa to test HD cameras for Panasonic.
His stunning nature and wildlife footage has appeared in productions on National Geographic, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel as well as in commercials for such corporate giants as AT&T.


  1. Nick #thisyearinmusic January 26, 2015 at 7:36 am - Reply

    The picture in #3 is incredible!

    • Kevin Railsback January 27, 2015 at 8:47 am - Reply

      Thanks Nick!
      That was a summer thunderstorm at sunset while I was out filming at my local nature center.
      The sky was incredible and I love it when we get lightning storms and the rain is still in the distance so I can film and not get soaked! 🙂

      Thanks for the comment, I really appreciate it!

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