Since 15 years I’m traveling and guiding photography tours in Iceland. Although I am Swiss, my heart and soul live in Iceland. At the age of 18 I hiked alone through the Icelandic highlands for almost 3 weeks. Since then I go to this magical place several times a year. A year without Iceland is a lost year. But Iceland has changed a lot within the last years – not least because of photographers and filmmakers like me, who are still getting more people to travel to this little country.
Many tourists in Iceland take no account of this fragile nature. They walk over the moss, let the engine run everywhere, leave their waste lying around, …
But far from the Golden Cyrcle there is still a huge wealth of beauties that are deserted and untouched. Let us take care of this unique country. […]
Related Blog Post Here. Filmed on the DJI Inspire 2 Drone this video features unseen footage coupled with familiar scenes but different time stamps. The idea here was to utilise all of my unused New Zealand footage and cut to some cinematic music. I thought I’d have an hours worth but turns out once cut to the music it’s only around 25-30 minutes without becoming too boring. I could drag it out over another couple of tracks but I think that would effect the overall quality. […]
Mountains , Mountains and more mountains! Move Upwards and the clarity will come….
Something different for the Sunday vlog, had this film edited for a long time and just getting round to editing. No voice over, no talking – just mountains (well after intro!!)
Hope you enjoy…..
A short timelapse film showcasing some of Scotland’s stunning and dynamic landscapes. Music: Red Sky Composer: Dan Phillipson Filming Locations (In order) 1- Kinlochard Forest 2- Glenfinnan Viaduct 3- Kintail […]
I´am Stefan. My passion is to collect as many as possible great moments in life. Some of them you will find here. I love to travel, meet people from all around the world and explore our world with its fascinating places. Enjoy :-)
The South Pole is one of the coldest, driest and harshest places on earth. The Aurora Australis can be seen together with the core of the milkyway only here in Antarctica. Temperatures below -70°C/-95°F during the polar night are not uncommon. Together with strong winds and exceptional aridity this is one of the hardest places to shoot timelapse in. Special equipment has been constructed and modified to keep the cameras running. […]
An Indian Summer gave some Stunning conditions over The Scottish Highlands. This is some aerial and time lapse footage of an overnight camp in the Trossachs. Scotland’s Mountains.