Hot off the press! New video for the Great Forest National Park that I filmed with Wilderness Society Community Organisers.
The time is now to create the Great Forest National Park to protect the forests and critically endangered wildlife. These forests supply water for over 4 million people in Melbourne, Australia and are being destroyed at an alarming rate mostly just for making cheap office paper.
I created this video for The Wilderness Society, one of Australia's largest environmental organisations. Filmed in Toolangi, Victoria, it features giant Mountain Ash trees, the tallest flowering trees in the world and the Wilderness Defender Fundraisers who are on the front line having conversations every day to protect our beautiful and vital forests, oceans, wildlife and eco systems that support us.
Turn the sound on to hear some sweet didgeridoo and why this is such a vital project for the health of the oldest rainforest in the world!
2,000 trees planted in under 3 hours at the Rainforest Rescue Community Tree Planting Day. The Nightwings site is reforesting sugar cane plantation to reconnect upland National Park and Wet Tropics World Heritage Area down to the Daintree River.
Mark Coles Smith investigates what folk from across southern Australia on what the campaign is all about and why they want to protect the Great Australian Bight from risky and irresponsible deep sea oil drilling.
Filmed in the oldest rainforest in the world! A short video of me raising awareness for the #Rainforest2Reef campaign.
The aim of the #Rainforest2reef campaign is to promote positive conservation action to reduce the impact on struggling ecosystems such as the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.
This is organised by Rainforest Rescue, Great Barrier Reef Legacyand BioPak.
Tui Balms is a worker-owned co-operative creating high quality, altogether natural skin and body care products and massage balms in beautiful Golden Bay, New Zealand.
Turn the sound on for my latest time-lapse video featuring beautiful music from Mushroom Giant.
These time lapses are made up of 30 second, long exposure photos edited into video that plays 25 of these photos per second!
This took so long to capture and create. Please take a moment to thumbs up, comment and share.
Check out this song 'Scars' and more music from Mushroom Giant: https://mushroomgiant.bandcamp.com
Captured with Sony A7 iii and Canon 6D
Milky Way was filmed from Able Tasman National Park, New Zealand.
Meteor shower filmed from One Tree Hill in Ararat, Australia.
Moon set was filmed with Gariwerd / Grampians National Park on the horizon.
© Martin Stringer Film & Photography