A cinematic montage filmed at Lakeside in Doncaster. I had a day off work and it was a beautiful day so I decided to go for a walk around the lake with my new Sony A6400 with the 18-135mm lens.
The purpose of this video was to set myself a little challenge. I had one camera, one lens and gave myself one hour to film something. I had planned to film a short video at Lakeside at some point soon, but I thought this might challenge me to see what I could create with with minimal equipment and a short amount of time. Have a look at what I came up with below.
Bempton Cliffs is an RSPB nature reserve near Bridlington in East Yorkshire. These photos are mainly of Gannets due to most of the other birds having flown their nests due to the season.
Sewerby Hall & Gardens in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Some fantastic gardens and very colourful displays. And they have penguins, whats not to love?
Just over a month ago, I noticed that a particular bird had become a frequent visitor to the back garden. On one occasion, I saw it fly into the birdhouse we have up. So I got out the camera and took some photos of the little guy. A bit of googling suggested that it was a wren, one of the most common garden birds, but the fact it was living in our back garden gave me the opportunity to capture some close up photos and video.
With a horrible work schedule it was difficult to get some photos in good light. Luckily one day I managed to capture the bird feeding its young through the hole in the nesting box. It turns out I was quite lucky to capture that shot, as the very next day when I got home from work, there were two little fur balls fumbling around the garden. They had flown the nest.
Below is some footage of the wren, or 'tiny' as he became known, hoping in and out of his home.
This was my second visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park, my first visit was back in January 2013, you can see photos from that trip HERE. This time the sun was out in all it’s glory which I think always makes for better shots than when the light is soft. Also this time I had a better idea how to use the camera. This time around I went with my family and we timed our route around the park to incorporate a few of the talks that the keepers do.
A week off work and nothing to do. A freezing cold winters day was probably not the best time to visit the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster, but after wanting to go for ages, today was the day. I arose early in the morning to walk the 7 mile journey. Why walk? I hear you ask. Simple answer, it's good for you. Anyway, I used this opportunity to try out my new camera (Canon 600D).
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