1. From the documentary, Picture the Leviathan, by Hal Clifford and Jason Houston. Short edit originally produced for The Nature Conservancy.

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  2. This is a short piece I did for National Geographic Digital Media on NG photographer Brian Skerry.
    Over the course of one year, He and I spent three months in Japan covering three distinct areas
    from Hokkaido's drifting ice fields to the North to Izu's deep bay closer to Tokyo, later ending up in the tropical Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands, one thousand miles to the South.

    Sony EX1 in Gates Housing
    Green force lights

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  3. 5 minute Trailer for the in-production one hour documentary film to accompany the multi-media Guardians of the Everglades production. Nicholas Petrucci, Clyde Butcher and Connie Bransilver, artists, feature ten living Guardians of the Everglades. Director Sandy Cannon-Brown shines with this preview.

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  4. Em fevereiro de 2012 acompanhei o fotografo still Luciano Candisani nas planícies alagadas do Pantanal do Paiaguás. Ele estava fotografando para um projeto especial para a National Geographic e eu filmando.
    Com parte do material montamos este promo.

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  5. For the past twenty years, Ralph Lee Hopkins has traveled the world with Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic in search of great nature images. With examples from his work over the past decade, this presentation focuses on the “Top Ten Essentials” you’ll need to capture extraordinary nature images, whether it’s grand landscapes, evocative wildlife portraits, or close-up pictures of wildflowers.

    Ralph Lee Hopkins' website: ralphleehopkins.com/

    Part 2: vimeo.com/37627408
    Part 3: vimeo.com/37627412
    Part 4: vimeo.com/37627422

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