‘Tiny World’ and ‘The Year Earth Changed’ Cinematographers Pick Favorite Shots

‘Tiny World’ and ‘The Year Earth Changed’ Cinematographers Pick Favorite Shots
To mark Earth Day, Apple TV Plus released “The Year Earth Changed,” a look at how nature and wildlife thrived as the world stayed in lockdown, and the second season of “Tiny World,” an intimate look at the tiny creatures that roam the planet.

The former was shot across seven continents over nine months, capturing everything from whales communicating openly as they breach the surface to sea turtles breeding freely on deserted beaches. The latter explored approximately 2,000 critters, including a shell-snouted lizard, a Harris Hawk and pompilid wasps. Both shows required numerous directors of photography across the world to capture the awe-inspiring moments.
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