Dynamic landscape in northern Norway.
Vindur is a non-narrative short film shoot with drone in different parts of Iceland.
Vindur means wind in Icelandic which is relevant to the way its shoot. So for 3 minutes you will get to enjoy amazing drone footage portraying Icelandic unbelievable landscapes. Beautiful waterfalls, endless valleys, unusual mountain ranges, out of this world landscapes, oceanic cliffs, old glacier, fantastic canyon and many other wonders that makes Iceland so unique and such a blast to shoot using DJI Phantom 3 professional.
I really hope you enjoy watching it.
A semi-finalist at CineFest film Festival in Los Angeles (drone film category)
Technical information for those who interested:
Drone – DJI Phantom 3 Professional
Filters – Polar Pro
Edit – Adobe Premier
Music mix – Adobe Audition
Post-production – Adobe After Effects
Grading – Adobe Premier & Magic Bullet
FULL BLOG POST with everything you need to know here!! gopb.co/koh
All shot with the GoPro Hero 3+ in 2.7K mode in either wide or medium (mostly wide) in Protune flat 25p
All shots around the local children at the pier were filmed with my second Phantom fitted with prop guards for extra caution.
This was shot on my holiday (yes my passion is also my job!) alongside some stuff for my GH4 review. Koh Yao Noi is one of the least developed islands in Thailand despite being right in the middle of the most touristic bay there. It’s a little haven of real Thailand with just 18km of roads.
Please read the in depth blog post linked at the top if you are interested in knowing more about what it’s like to fly the Phantom 2 or any part of this film. Here is a little bit of tech info anyway!
Phantom 2 with Zen Muse 2 axis gimbal and FPV. Boscam TX with iOSD with Black Pearl monitor/ receiver
Phantom 2 with Zen Muse 3 axis gimbal and no FPV
Graded with FIlmConvert 10% off with code bloom at gopb.co/filmconvert
and Colorista II 10% off with code bloom10 at gopb.co/redgiant
Fish-eye removed with After Effects optics compensation. More info in blog post.
Yes i had a lot of jello issues. First time. More in my blog post! 🙂
Anyway enjoy this journey to a very different place!
Music courtesy of The Music Bed
Gatlin Elms “For we never knew your beauty”
The Continual March to Solitude is an experimental short film created out of recent footage shot while trekking Kilimanjaro and an archival recording of “The Snow of Kilimanjaro.” The audio was repurposed and re-edited (like you would do with an interview) to create a new story about the continual quest for exploration and adventure.
This film was shot during the low season (Early April), when Kilimanjaro sees its least amount of visitors. Footage was collected over the 6 day trek, and shot at altitudes ranging from 6,000ft to 19,341 ft.
The low season surprised us with a crowd-less and snowcapped peak. For more information about trekking Kilimanjaro in the off season, check out: andrewdavidwatson.com/blog/post_id
Director/DP: Andrew David Watson
Sound Mix: Julienne Guffain
Music: “Cave of Swimmers” by Blake Ewing | The Music Bed
Featuring: Emanual Motta of Origin Trails Tanzania