Wildlife Filming Tips

I found myself amidst some #bird #photography and #videography in NewFoundland #NewJersey and thought this to be a great opportunity to talk about #wildlife video settings.

Do you have any questions or feedback for me?

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Social Distancing at Pyramid Mountain

Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area
Morris County, New Jersey

A nice foggy morning in the foggy, peaceful, and healing solitudes of nature.

In this video I explain my landscape photography composition for Lucy’s Overlook along the Blue Trail.

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Filming Wood Frogs at Jonathan’s Woods

Denville NJ

A warm March day in Morris County means a loud Spring chorus and a busy afternoon for the local Wood Frogs.

I am out filming with my tripod mounted Canon SL2 + Tamron SP 150-600mm G2 lens

Winter Waterfall Photography in Hunterdon County

Winter Waterfall Photography in Hunterdon County

Kugler Falls, Kingwood NJ

My first hike up this short scenic trail in Hunterdon County. A great place to visit though the narrow trail is treacherous in Winter.

Visit Kugler Falls – https://www.hunterdonlandtrust.org/portfolio-items/kugler-woods-preserve/

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Morning Photography at Cape Island WMA in Cape May County

Morning adventures at Cape Island Wildlife Management Area

Very scenic and tranquil area off of a Cape May backroad (see map screenshot). I drove to the end of Cresse Lane to get here. The dirt road access is very rutted up so proceed with caution. The area looks like it is mostly used for hunting and as a swimming hole. Very nice meadow section which appears to be a former pasture. A migratory Kestrel flew off as I entered the meadow.

Cape May County NJ

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A historic (and beautiful Cresse house) is just before the WMA on this street. It looks like the Cresse family has been in Cape May for a long time https://www.capemay.com/blog/2009/11/whalers-the-link-to-our-past/