Inside Blue Planet II: how the natural history series captures its spectacular ocean scenes

The producers behind Blue Planet II reveal the secrets behind some of the series' most breathtaking shots of marine life.
Blue Planet II is a 2017 British nature documentary series on marine life produced by the BBC Natural History Unit. (YouTube/Screenshot)

Orla Doherty and James Honeyborne, the producers behind the hit natural history series Blue Planet II tell us the secrets behind some of the series' most breathtaking scenes and explain the value of turning nature into entertainment.

Produced by Ben Edwards and Mitch Stuart

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