(Delta, British Columbia) When word spread about a new eagle in town, bald eagle photographer Christian Sasse of nearby White Rock knew it presented a golden opportunity. “I didn’t actually expect very much when I went out there this morning,” Sasse said Saturday evening during a telephone interview with Eagle Nova Films (see video below). […]
A look at the variety of cameras used here at Eagle Nova Films.
If bald eagle photographer Christian Sasse isn’t outdoors taking pictures of his favorite bird, the odds are quite high that he’s already planning his next fast-approaching adventure behind the lens. I thought it would be fun to check-in with Christian and record an interview via Skype. Christian is known to more than 83-thousand bald eagle fans on […]
Like you, we at Eagle Nova Films enjoy bald eagle photography that inspires. Throw in some cool gear and you’re likely to really get our creative juices flowin’. That’s why we thought it would be fun to share this clip posted on YouTube earlier today. Bird photographer Bill Schmoker of Longmont, Colorado says he shot this video […]
(Rockport, WA) The Skagit River’s “eagle alley” is a roughly eight-mile long corridor that attracts one of the largest bald eagle populations in the contiguous United States. And as KING-TV’s story (above) shows us, this shallow stretch of the Skagit River is also a winter paradise for bald eagle photography. Just check-out those large lenses […]
Inspired by Mark Horner’s experience, this was the first time I shot with three cameras to such an extent while documenting eagle adventures. The powerful 800mm lens gives unique detail, but lacks the wider and narrative perspective. This is why a GoPro camera is now my companion, weighing less than 20 times of my usual […]
NEW VIDEO Eagle Nova Films is excited to share its first short film! The setting is picturesque Port Hardy, British Columbia. The subject is a Bald Eagle wonderland. Travel along with our outstanding photographer Christian Sasse for a three-day journey to this storybook setting located on the northeastern coast of Vancouver Island. While Bald Eagles […]