Meet the photographer behind viral river murray footage
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We have seen a lot of amazing work in the water over the years, from the amazing work done by underwater photographers, all the way to our new friends of the film, The Marine Film Gallery, who have put together some of the most inspiring footage captured by their team of underwater cameras.
The marine movie gallery, currently featuring works by Richard Baur and Tom Vassallo, has taken on a unique project with underwater cameraman Joni Smith. It’s a piece called 「The Underwater Village」 that features amazing footage from Joni’s camera crew in the wilds of the Amazon River. The film is currently up on their site and you can see it a우리카지노ll in the video above or click here for more information.
As mentioned previously, man바카라사이트y of those who have chosen to collaborate with the Marine Film Gallery on their film have not only chosen to go through the process of sharing their work, but also chose to take on a creative career in the waters of the Amazon River.
Joni, our photographer, was selected to participate in the project to give his story the final polish and be able to share it fully with the world.
「So, what did we go about for the inspiration, specifically? I was in the middle of a very long vacation and decided to take some videos of a strange river that I thought I’d experience if I did my daily swim for three days straight. A lot of things that I had learned that I couldn’t explain to someone else, I just wanted to see. Then, I went along and filmed some people walking along the river where I found some great shots of the river’s banks.
These were videos taken on the morning of July 1, 2012 by Joni Smith’s camera crew on the very same river. There were some very interesting conversations and conversations where people shared and appreciated my perspective. I also had conversations with the river’s water source in the jungle with the crew who also shared some very interesting information.」
When you’ve captured something so special and captured it for your camera, that you are willing to share it for anyone to see and understand, that’s an inspiring story that the people of the Amazon River are able to share with the world. These stories of the river, the people and the photos that are captured are the result of a collaboration between a talented group o