It is a nice Christmas present from the director of popular nature documentary that Wild Hungary – Empire of Waters is made free to watch for everyone.
Finally the popular nature documentary Sharks in My Viewfinder about Hungarian scuba photographer Daniel Selmeczi can be watched online. Watch it and support the creators to be able to make lots of other similar movies!
This is the longest list ever collecting documentaries about the world of photography. However it is still incomplete. If you know anything not yet on the list, please send it to me to add to it!
A beind the scenes video about the making of a nature documentary that presents how a nature photographer works. In other words watch it how the documentary was made that shows the work of Bence Mate.
The DVD version of the new documentary about underwater photographer Daniel Selmeczi is finally complete and now available to buy. Watch at close hand the dangerous predators of deep seas as Selmeczi observes and shoots underwater photos of them.
How fast a turtle can swim with a GoPro camera attached to its back? The staff of Wild Hungary made an attempt to record a very special turtle eye perspective shot.
Peter and David Turnley photograph the various conflict zones of the world the way many other photojournalists do and they have amusing and horrifying stories about their job like many other photographers. But they have some extra stories about how the two identical twins get some times mixed up or just looked on strange when they are seen working together. They have the same genes and the same professional background that often results quite similar images as well.
Some enthusiast viewers took fast action to put the documentary about nature photographer Bence Mate online in HD quality just a few days after it premiered in TV. Not too much later however the creators themselves made it available on the web so you can watch it legally now. Don’t miss it!