This is What Wildlife Film-makers Get Up to During Lockdown
With the world plunged into a global lockdown, all of us are having to change the way we are living. The wildlife film industry has come to a complete standstill for the first time in history. So, instead of jetting off around the world in search of rare wildlife, television camera operators are stuck at home and having to actually experience normal lives.
Veteran film-maker Warwick Sloss is understandably bored and, even though the house “desperately needs a spring clean,” his attentions have turned to YouTube.
Watch the above video for a tongue-in-cheek look at the life of a cameraman with not much to do.
For more backyard nature and – hopefully – pouting selfies, subscribe to Warwick’s YouTube channel.