When it comes to nature and wildlife filmmaking, one of my favorite places to visit when I want to shoot some nature footage is the Indian Creek Nature Center. From tallgrass prairies and Iowa […]
Is It The Filmmaker or The Camera That Creates Great Looking Nature and Wildlife Footage?
How many times have you watched Nat Geo or Animal Planet and said to yourself, “If only I had the camera […]
Standing Tall Isn’t Always The Best Way To Shoot Nature and Wildlife
This nature and wildlife filming tip is actually a supplement to my Ten Tips for filming nature and wildlife eBook. But after […]
Even though I’m releasing this video on National Dunce Day, it seems that no matter what day it is, there are certain things I overlook time and time again when I’m out filming nature and […]
Ever have one of those days when you’re out filming nature and wildlife and something happens that makes you realize that no matter how long you look through a viewfinder, nature will always take you […]
When you think of early morning woodland scenes dew covered flowers and spider webs instantly come to mind.
There’s nothing I enjoy more than being up at first light on a still quiet morning and filming […]
Depth of field is defined simply the distance between the nearest and farthest object that is in acceptable focus in your shot.
Now with small chip cameras, getting deep depth of field is pretty easy. In […]
Filming woodland wildflowers is a great way to shake off the winter blues and capture nature awakening from her long slumber.
Filming woodland wildflowers can not only be a challenge because of their diminutive size but […]