Canaveral National Seashore Cinematic 4K Nature Video

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My Canaveral National Seashore Cinematic 4K Nature Video was shot during my visit last week to the park. The beach was beautiful and there weren’t a lot of people. You can see the Kennedy Space Center (NASA) from parking lot 1 and if you drive down a short ways to Mosquito Lagoon, you’ll have a great chance to see manatees in the water near the docks as well as the birds in the area too. On the day I was there, I counted 8. I visited the Southern part of the park but you can head North on I-95 to access Apollo Beach where the visitor’s center is. The seashore is broken out into a North and South. If you are in the Southern region, you’ll have to use I-95 to reach the Northern part. I primarily stayed in the South section.

List of Scenes

Scene 1 – Close up ocean foam – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 2 – Vast ocean and sky – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 3 – Manatee breathing in Mosquito Lagoon – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 4 – Wooden walkway to beach – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 5 – Mosquito Lagoon – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 6 – Snowy Egret in Mosquito Lagoon – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 7 – Beach side flower – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 8 – Vast view of sky, ocean & bushes – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 9 – Two manatees breathing in Mosquito Lagoon – FDR-AX100
Scene 10 – Beach side sky & palmettos – Sony FDR-AX100
Scene 11 – Vast view of beach & sky – Sony FDR-AX100

Park Information

Canaveral National Seashore

Office Location
South Washington Avenue
Titusville, FL 32796

Park Hours

Daily 6am to 8pm

Visitor Center Hours

Daily 9am to 5pm

Entrance Fee

$10.00 per car

Park Amenities

  • Parking areas
  • Restrooms
  • Visitor’s center
  • Beach
  • Hiking trails
  • Wildlife viewing


Official Website Address

Park Map

Visitor’s Map

Equipment Used

Camera Gear

  • Sony FDR-AX100
  • Manfrotto Tripod


  • Premiere Pro CC

LUT Used

  • SL Bleach HDR


Chris spends his time photographing and taking video of wildlife and nature. He spent 2 years in high school studying forestry (Gainesville, FL) and is currently studying to be an Advanced Master Naturalist at the University of Florida. His mission is to inspire others to get outside and learn.