I never enjoyed filming people in the last years. For me filming people just meant less time for wildlife on screen. Nothing I wanted.
But having worked in quite a lot of different places I have to admit that people have an influence on almost every living being even in the wildest regions on Earth.

Somehow that often means telling just the wildlife story means telling not the whole story. That's fine for me if a film is about the timeless story of behaviour. But on other films I think it makes sense to show the human impact, too.
With my ALEXA I enjoy more directed people/wildlife shoots. It's a new challenge and a chance to show the entire picture. And with my ALEXA I can capture it with the aesthetics that I adore!