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A look behind the scenes - wildlife filmmaker turns the birth of moose calves in Sweden

08-26-2013 05:35 PM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Jens Klingebiel Naturfilm

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In retrospect, was a time filled with tension. Wildlife filmmaker Jens Klingebiel had set a target to film the complete birth of moose calves in Sweden this year. The first calves are expected in Sweden May 5, and thus the successful producer of so-called wildlife stock footage clips is on the way. After 18 hours of driving the wildlife filmmaker comes with full equipment in Dalarna, one of the most beautiful regions of Sweden.
Here he is trying to reach its extremely high target Act. It is very rare recordings that have probably never been filmed on this scale and of this quality.
Since the recordings are to be created for a new TV documentary and largely depends the success of this documentation on the success of these recordings, the mood of wildlife filmmaker Jens Klingebiel is very tense and concentrated.
Day and night Klingebiel sits at his post. The fear of missing the right moment ever in the neck. Then there is the question of playing with the technology, is the battery. Would be a disaster, even if the moose should decide to bring their calves at night or in the pouring rain on the earth.
Two weeks of waiting, watching and filming the wildlife filmmaker moose. Come the moose calves in an unnoticed moment or in low light, if the whole action for free.
But as if the moose would take into account these needs of the animal filmmaker, she directs the birth after exhausting weeks of waiting for a most wonderful sunshine near the animal filmmaker.
And so succeed Jensklingebiel unique recordings in the best HD quality, will probably be admired already in 2014 on television.

Wildlife filmmaker Jens Klingebiel produced primarily known wildlife stock footage films. These are movies that are utilized in TV movies, advertising or websites. Consequently, the website is called by Jens Klingebiel then www.wildlife-stockfootage.com.

In addition, Jens Klingebiel has also produced its own documentation. The latest movie "moose hunting in Sweden" shows the great deer hunting in the beautiful countryside of Sweden. Also Dreamland Sweden and Europe are wild movies from Jens Klingebiel.
Information can be found at www.dvd-tierfilme.de.

Jens Klingebiel is one of the sucessful producer of wildlife stock footage. His clips are used in tv-films, commercials and on websites.

Jens Klingebiel
Tier- und Naturfilm
Im Bruchhof 3
34225 Baunatal
Germany
klingebiel@web.de
www.wildlife-stockfootage.de
www.wildlife-stockfootage.com
www.dvd-tierfilme.de

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