This shot was taken on a 6-day safari with my family during the new year. I was filming the majority of the safari, but once we got into Ngorongoro Crater I was mesmerized and had to take some pictures. Even though it was cloudy, the green of the grass was vibrant and the atmosphere within the crater was peculiarly well lit. I wish I had been permitted to get out of the car and set up my tripod for a timelapse.
The two healthy zebras to the left helped perfectly to frame everything together. The amount of life in the crater was non-stop.
Camera - Canon 60d
ISO - 160
Aperture - f/4
Shutter - 1/250
Focal length - 70mm
- This postcard comes to us from Matador Community member Julian Moura-Busquets, an up-and-coming cinematographer based out of São Paulo, Brazil. Born and raised in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, he moved to Brazil after graduating from Ohio University in Management Information Systems. He has spent a lot of his time traveling and creating new relationships throughout the world. Check out some of his videos on his vimeo page at vimeo.com/jmbmedia/videos.
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