Natural Exposures TV on YouTube
How it all started
Natural Exposures TV on YouTube is off and running. I’ve had a YouTube channel since March 18, 2009, over 10 years.
My original inspiration for producing videos came about with the release of the Nikon D90 in August 2008, a camera that had the ability to capture video along with stills.
Later, in the spring of 2009, I decided to get serious about video and signed up for a class titled Backpack Journalism taught by Bill Gentile at American University.
The short video above produced for that class was my first production ever. This little film never won any awards, other than being voted second place of all videos shot in that course, but it revealed to me the possibilities. It was exciting then, and I find even more so today.
Natural Exposures TV Going Forward
With Natural Exposures TV I hope to continue creating content that’s not only entertaining but educational, content that’s authentic to who I am and what I believe in. If you come to Natural Exposures TV for weird science or loud obnoxious personalities, you’ll be disappointed. I won’t be the most hip and probably not the most comedic and certainly not perfect, but I will be truthful, honest, and open to sharing. With all that’s going on in the world, I should have plenty of opportunities—opportunities that include natural history films, camera, and video reviews, outdoor equipment tests, and maybe even guests at some point. To be honest, I’m not positive where this will all end up. But it’s a new avenue for me to explore.
Connecting the Blog with Natural Exposures TV
Connecting the blog to Natual Exposures TV will be an important part of the educational videos and posts. Often times the written word is more digestible, and I can add things to the Blog post not possible in a video. So keep your eyes peeled for both. Do me a favor and head on over to NE-TV and hit the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON. Together we can all share our thoughts on new camera gear, photographic techniques, and places to travel. Thanks for your support, and I look forward to hearing from all my readers and hopefully now viewers.