This film is the culmination of several weeks spent in the northernmost region of Minnesota known as Voyageurs National Park. Encompassing more than 340 square miles, Voyageurs is a watery wonderland almost exclusively accessible by boat. Journey with us as we explore a land blanketed in pristine lakes, ablaze with kaleidoscopic fall colors, and home to the most spectacular displays of the northern lights on the planet. This is Voyageurs.
This film was made possible by the wonderful people at the Voyageurs National Park Association who work so hard to maintain the park for folks like us. Please check them out (and feel free to donate!): voyageurs.org/
To see more National Park films or learn more about More Than Just Parks, visit our website: morethanjustparks.com/
It's been over a year i haven't published anything , i haven't worked on any project despite i was accumulating tones of footage . i needed a kind of break.
In early 2015, i made a big "jump" and decided to buy my first drone a DJI phantom 2. Straight away, i "run" to Iceland and did my first aerial footage there during the cold january 2015 .These footage will be part of my upcoming project : "Flying over Iceland .Part. I .
The part II is a collection of aerial footage shoot over Iceland during my last trip in September. I was focus to fly in the highland… center of Iceland , trying to get some less seen footage .
Entirely shot with the Phantom 4.
Music : Lisa Gerrard "In Exile"
Hope you will enjoy. thanx for all the comments, sharing, likes…
And please , ask me before to use my video for your personal use. :)
Score for the footage captured by Anneliese Possberg (http://www.possberg-media.com) in Greenland, Norway (on the Lofoten islands and in the Troms region), Iceland and Finland. More details about the "making of" on http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/06/18/how-a-stunning-aurora-video-was-made/
Music by Pablo J. Garmón
Música para las imágenes capturadas por Anneliese Possberg (http://www.possberg-media.com) en Groenlandia, Noruega (en las islas Lofoten y en la región de Troms), Islandia y Finlandia. Más detalles sobre el "cómo se hizo" en http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/06/18/how-a-stunning-aurora-video-was-made/
Something internal and personal draws us out to the night sky. Under a blanket of stars and the Milky Way arcing over head, we ask the simple question "What do you feel?"
This short film follows 20 high schoolers far from the city lights to an Astronomy Camp; then joins the Oregon Star Party where 600 astronomers camp out with telescopes of all sizes during the Perseids Meteor Shower. Timelapse has been the only way to showcase the night sky in video; but with the new low-light technology of the Canon MH20f-SH, we film in the quiet moments that have been impossible to capture until now.