Sony NEX-FS700 Camcorder with Super Slow Motion and 4K Imaging: Wildlife Cinematography by Russ MacLaughlinWed September 9, 2015
The following video presents Ghoha Hills Savuti, Botswana :
A promotional video of the stunning Ghoha Hill Savuti lodge in Botswana created by cinematographer Russell Maclaughlin and myself.
Cinematography: Russell Maclaughlin & Shannon Wild
Editing: Russell Maclaughlin
Colour Grading: Shannon Wild
Shannon Wild and Russell MacLaughlin – Wildlife Photography are an award-winning wildlife photography and filming team with 20yrs shooting experience between them.
Shannon Benson aka Shannon Wild is an Australian wildlife photographer, author and presenter based in South Africa. Shannon hosts an online series called Shannon Wild, which follows her adventures in her search for the perfect shot. Her award-winning images have been exhibited around the world including Paris, New York and LA.
Russell is a wildlife filmmaker and photographer by profession, a wildlife conservationist and naturalist at heart. Russell has filmed numerous documentaries for National Geographic and Animal Planet, among others and his award winning images have graced the covers and pages of numerous international publications.
Both Shannon and Russell are official contributing photographers for WildAid.
Going Wild with Sony’s NEX-FS700
by Sony Pro Team 09/08/2015
Digital technology has created a Golden Age for documenting wildlife, and a camera like Sony’s NEX-FS700 camcorder with super slow motion and 4K imaging opens windows into worlds that could not be glimpsed before.
by Russ MacLaughlin
My passion for being a wildlife cinematographer, naturalist and conservationist started when I was growing up in South Africa. My mother is from Malawi, my father is from Zimbabwe, and we traveled throughout Africa for his conservation work. Now, my dream of sharing my love of African flora and fauna with the world has come true. For the past nine years I have been filming wildlife documentaries for the BBC, National Geographic, Animal Planet and other networks.
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