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Photographing the Stunning Wildlife of South Georgia with David Yarrow – Photography Article

British fine art photographer David Yarrow visited the island of South Georgia in the southern Atlantic Ocean to photograph the “mind-blowing” wildlife scenes found there. His trip and creative process are captured in this new 4.5-minute short film, titled “Yarrow: The Virtues of Monochrome.” “There are few places left in the world that you can find yourself immersed in such a spectacle of nature,” says director Abraham Joffe. “The staggering sight of hundreds of thousands of penguins and seals, encircled…

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Inside the Mind of a Self-Portrait Landscape Photographer – Photography Article

Lizzy Gadd is a self-portrait landscape photographer. After finding awe-inspiring outdoor locations, Gadd steps into the frame and becomes a human element against a backdrop of wilderness. Smugmug Films just released this 7.5-minute short film that takes us into Gadd’s mind and work. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Gadd first got into photography at the age of 12 when her dad brought home a small digital camera. Since then, she has built up an impressive body of work showing locations around…

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This Total Solar Eclipse Film Took Two Years to Finish – Photography Article

The Great American Eclipse was a total solar eclipse that was visible from the US back on August 21st, 2017. Nearly two years later, astrophotographer Phil Hart has just released this 2-minute short film of it, titled “The Moon in Motion.” Hart spent a considerable amount of time setting up 12 cameras in both Idaho and Wyoming to capture the eclipse from different vantage points, deploying over 400 pounds of gear (including telescopes and mounts). Footage from 7 of those…

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