ARCHIVES

Top 10 free music libraries for documentaries

Aspiring wildlife documentary film makers are always in search for those great sound tracks that can really set your production off. Whilst favs such as the Blood Diamond Soundtrack may be absolutely awesome, but if you are wanting to do anything more than showing your mates your film, then you have to be aware of […]

Read More

Shooting animals for conservation

How can shooting wild animals benefit conservation? How will awareness about their plight for survival in a threatening world be furthered, by being shot? Probably had you there for a second – what I am talking about, is shooting animals with something other than a gun, something much more powerful. Something that can echo into […]

Read More

Finding a great story line: fundamentals of a wildlife film

There is nothing more important to a film than its story.  The platforms of telling stories may have changed throughout the ages, however – its components have stayed the same.  All good stories have characters, a setting, a plot, challenges, and some form of resolution.  The range of stories that can be told with this […]

Read More

8 Tips to give your wildlife film that professional look

A common frustration for new film makers is that they feel like their films are coming across amateur-ish.  I’ve been asked many times how to make a film seem more professional and the answer isn’t that far- fetched.  You don’t need a top of the line camera to make a professional looking video – if […]

Read More
[wpforms id="9654" title="false" description="false"]
[wpforms id="9654" title="false" description="false"]