An exclusive Live Webinar
Wildlife Cinematography and Photography in the Pines
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Learn how to create great wildlife videos and photographs on a budget with Pinelands cinematographer Jason Howell. Here are some of the topics that will be addressed during the webinar. This is designed for those just starting out in this field but may be of interest to those with some expertise in some but not all areas.
Length ~75 minutes Cost $10
First, do no harm
Wildlife Behavior and how to be in the right place at the right time.
Macro Photography Basics
Video editing basics, Color Correction, and processing, software recommendations
Gear Selection – What you might need and what you don’t for video and photography
Where to go, wildlife blinds, and how to blend in with your environment.
Aerial Cinematography and drone usage and basic regulations
General Question and answers
About Jason Howell, Stewardship Coordinator
Jason Howell is a NJ Volunteer Master Naturalist, Wilderness First Responder, and is a volunteer with Mid-Atlantic Search and Rescue covering Southern New Jersey and The Pinelands National Reserve. In addition to his work with PPA, Jason works as an independent documentary cinematographer and wildlife photographer. His latest project, After Spring, documents Syrian refugee families as they struggle to regain control of their lives while helping to build a Taekwando school in Zaatari Refugee Camp on the Jordanian-Syrian border. Jason is an avid canoeist, hiker, and primitive skills enthusiast.