Chasing Frames – Airing this Fall on PBS

Photographed with Nikon D850 and 16mm f/2.8 lens.

We are in the thick of filming 12 episodes of our new series Chasing Frames. This is our new television show airing this fall on PBS’ regional affiliate Public Media NC. The show will reach into five states along with incredible Emmy-Award winning content & some amazing shows on UNC-TV!

I am SO very grateful to have Nikon and ON1 Software underwriting this series!!

One of our recent episodes was all about Search & Rescue Dogs. These rather furry guys do pretty big jobs. One of the coolest things I learned while filming this episode, is that in order to track someone for miles, these dogs open up pretty much all of their pores. This, of course, is also a bit exhausting for a four-legged creature racing through the woods. Even though they were training hard for life-saving work, I also loved that I could get a pretty hilarious shot like this during this dogs recovery.

Look out for Chasing Frames broadcasting on PBS in the Fall of 2019!

3 responses to “Chasing Frames – Airing this Fall on PBS”

  1. Hendrik Huyser III says:

    So, I’m a huge ON1user/ambassador… my name is Hank Huyser.. I know Nathan Keudell, and back as far back as Brian Matiash, seeing him in NYC Javitz, etc.

    Just got the ON1 News… is like to see the series, I don’t know if it started already, or if it is yet to air… even if it already “fall”… I live in Central PA now. And, I think the PBS WITF programming here is lackluster compared to PBS WNET-NY… would you be able to figure out, with YOUR PBS production connections, What day and time it is so I can watch/record it? And, maybe they’ll have a DVD set eventually?

    Thank you


  2. Hank says:

    Thank you… just saw your reply today here… guess I thought the reply would be by email at some point… I will book mark this reply page on my phone so I have the two “watch” links readily available… these episodes ARE full-length, right? I only ever saw 6m-something seconds “clips”…

    Again, thank you for responding


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