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Samsung and Discovery create a short documentary on tigers using a Galaxy S21 Ultra

Scenes from the documentary

Samsung has actually partnered with Discovery to fire a brief nature docudrama called Eye to Eye With a Tiger making use of a Galaxy S21 Ultra. The docudrama adheres to wild animals digital photographer Yashas Narayan as he endeavors out right into Ranthambore National Park to record video footage of the decreasing in numbers yet lovely pet.

This job is for a great reason, it will certainly increase understanding of the logging, poaching as well as overhunting of the tigers prey that are triggering their populace to decrease. This job will certainly likewise assist sustain Project C.A.T. (Conserving Acres for Tigers), which was begun by the WWF as well as Discovery. The job presently covers 6 million acres of secured tiger environment throughout India, Bhutan as well as Russia.

Scenes from the documentary

Scenes from the docudrama

Narayan is signed up with by acclaimed supervisor Vikram Singh. Both recorded pictures as well as video clips of various other pets inside the park as well, making the most effective out of S21 Ultras cam along the road.

Like this crocodile, which was photographed making use of the 10x telephoto lens. Right here are a couple of ideas from the filmmakers.

Pro setting for video clips as well as pictures likewise can be found in helpful as the docudrama group needed to take care of some challenging lights problems.

And the group did run into a tiger as well as handled to tape 8K video clip while concurrently breaking a number of pictures.

By recording the power as well as charm of these pets, I wish to assist individuals experience tigers in a substantial means. Photos as well as video clips of tigers in the wild can assist enlighten as well as astound a worldwide target market. We need to all collaborate to produce adjustment as well as make certain these large felines reside on, claims Singh.

Finally, below is the docudrama video clip concerned:

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