NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S “KILLER SHOTS” AIRS TONIGHT

 

This new show from National Geographic follows host and cameraman Andy as he travels the globe searching for “killer shots” of wild animals. It’s a behind-the-scenes look into what it takes to get the dramatic shots that we’ve come to associate National Geographic with. This episode follows Andy to False Bay, South Africa, where he works to get shots of predation events between great white sharks and seals. I served as the DP for this episode’s topside photography. Andy got all the underwater shots, some of which came while free- diving with the sharks. He assures that it’s safe (mostly) as long as you don’t look like seal meat.

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