1. Drift through the Icelandic Highlands and the Faroe Islands archipelago from above. Go where the birds soar, the fog undulates and the glaciers carve the landscape.

    Cinematography by Doug Urquhart (instagram.com/dougurquhart)
    Music written and performed by EIVØR (facebook.com/eivormusic)
    Music published by A&G Songs Ltd

    In August 2017, I packed up my backpacking gear in pursuit of exploration and solitude away from my daily urban environment in Atlanta. My wife, Karen, was already headed to Iceland to mountain bike across the Highlands in support of Climate Change awareness and non-profit fundraising. After her cycling adventure was complete, we decided to visit the Faroe Islands together in celebration of our 8th wedding anniversary. We had already been fortunate enough to visit Iceland in 2014, but I quickly got enthusiastic about returning again to explore deeper into the Southern Highlands region after studying Karen’s cycling routes. My best friend, Weston, decided to join the adventure to hike with me in Iceland while Karen was with her Climate Ride group. With a rough travel plan in place, we were all set to head north and explore the remote Nordic landscapes of Iceland and The Faroe Islands. Both countries sit in the middle of the volatile North Atlantic ocean with the lesser known Faroe Islands positioned 693km south of Iceland. Both share a climate heavily dictated by the gulf and jet stream activity which brought us variable conditions during our two weeks of travel. We experienced everything from calm weather to hail and 60mph winds. We moved through the landscape by vehicle, ferry and on foot. We hiked over 70 miles and gained over 24,000 ft of elevation while attempting to pass through remote valleys and scale mountains with varying levels of summit success. With no real end filmmaking goal in mind (this was technically a vacation), I pulled my Phantom 4 Pro quadcopter out of my backpack and flew among the birds and fog to document the beautiful and remote locations we passed through. Eivør Pálsdóttir, a Faroese singer/songwriter, was generous enough to permit the usage of her music for this edit and I’m extremely grateful.

    Shot in the Southern Icelandic Highlands and the Faroe Islands: Mykines, Vágar, Streymoy, Eysturoy, Kalsoy, Borðoy and Viðoy. August 11th-24th, 2017.

    Special thanks to my hiking companions, Karen Urquhart & Weston AldrIdge, EIVØR, Roy Lidstone, Jim and Margi Urquhart (for watching our dogs while we traveled), Paul Zizka, Alex Nail, Erik Huber, Louie Northern and Geysir Car Rental.

    All 4K footage is available for licensing. Please contact doug -at- upthink.tv for all licensing inquires.

    MUSIC ©TUTL Records/A&G Records

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  2. Please view full screen with HD on and volume loud if possible.
    Por favor ver en pantalla completa y en HD, y subir el sonido.

    An amazing 14 days touring the Lofoten islands, from
    Tromson to Reine, more than 2,300 km, a truly unforgettable life experience.

    An adventure shared with my great friend Jesus Hermana. Together, we enjoyed many of the beautiful spots of Lofoten and its magic northern lights, the Aurora Borealis.

    I virtually planned the entire trip with the help of Photopills app, which is a crucial tool for me. It helps me predict everything, the movement of the Sun, the Moon and the Milky Way, together with many other useful tools that make planning and shooting my ideas much easier.

    For the movement of the camera, I used the Mslider dolly. A unique tool to produce great camera movements in a simple way.

    The equipment used was composed by 3 cameras, the Canon 5D Mark III, the Canon 6D and the Canon 5Dsr, together with several Canon lenses and the Mslider dolly.

    Special thanks to Canon Spain for lending me the superb Canon 5Dsr. I really enjoyed its high performance and quality.

    Thanks to:
    Licensed music: James Everingham jameseveringham.com

    Un trabajo de 14 días recorriendo el archipiélago de Lofoten, partiendo desde Tromson hasta Reine, con una suma total de 2.300 km.
    En compañía Jesus Hermana, un gran amigo de aventuras hemos podido disfrutar de muchos hermosos rincones de Lofoten y las mágicas auroras boreales.

    Prácticamente todo el viaje fue planificado con la ayuda de la aplicación Photopills, con la cual es posible saber el movimiento y horario del Sol, Luna etc… así como muchas utilidades para la fotografía.

    Para el movimiento de la cámara he utilizado el rail Mslider un gran herramienta para realizar magníficos movimientos de una manera sencilla.

    Con un equipo de 3 cámaras: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 6d y Canon 5Dsr
    y varias lentes canon, junto con el rail Mslider.

    Agradecer a Canon España por prestarme su magnífica cámara Canon 5Dsr, donde he disfrutado mucho de su altísimo rendimiento y calidad.

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  3. Faroes Islands are a truly spectacular place for photography, such an amazing location, with a lot of drama on its cliffs and a really amazing light.

    This time it has not been really easy to do this work, because to reach the most famous sites like Drangarnir, Traelanipan or the lighthouse of Kallur you have to walk long distances on a complicated terrain due to its inclination, also the photographic equipment and the drone weight’s, made it very hard.

    Practically the entire trip was planned with the help of the Photopills application, which it is possible to know the movement and time of the Sun, Moon etc ... as well as many utilities for photography.

    About the camera movements, I used the new and lightweight slider called Scout, made of aluminum, a great tool to perform magnificent movements in a simple way.

    Las Islas Feroe son un lugar realmente espectacular para la fotografía, un lugar increíble, con mucho drama en sus acantilados y una luz realmente increíble.

    Esta vez no ha sido realmente fácil de realizar este trabajo, ya que para llegar a los mas famosos sitios como Drangarnir, Traelanipan o el faro de Kallur hay que andar largas distancias sobre un terreno nada fácil por su inclinación, sin contar el equipamiento fotográfico y el drone.

    Prácticamente todo el viaje fue planificado con la ayuda de la aplicación Photopills, con la cual es posible saber el movimiento y horario del Sol, Luna etc… así como muchas utilidades para la fotografía.

    Para el movimiento de la cámara he utilizado el nuevo y ligero slider llamado Scout, fabricado en aluminio un gran herramienta para realizar magníficos movimientos de una manera sencilla.

    Equipament Photographic:
    Canon 5D MarK III
    Sony A7r III
    Sigma 14mm f1.8
    Canon 16-35 f2.8
    Canon 24-70 f2.8
    Canon 70-200 f2.8
    Trípod Sirui 2204
    Filters Lucroit HQ
    Phantom 4 Pro
    Filters Polarpro DJI Phantom 4 Pro Cinema serie
    Slider Scout de Mslider.

    Music by Peter Nanasi: peternanasi.com/ and peternanasi.bandcamp.com/

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  4. Aotearoa is the Maori Name for New Zealand it translates to "the land of the long white cloud". Over the past year I have explored New Zealand trying to capture the beauty of this amazing country through my timelapses.

    I have been fortunate to spend the last year living in New Zealand and have had the pleasure of experiencing some of the amazing landscapes that this country has to offer. This is my first attempt at a timelapse video and have spent countless hours hiking around lugging a heavy pack through the mountains to get to some of these awesome vistas.

    This timelapse includes scenes from Aoraki/Mt. Cook National Park, Mt. Aspiring National Park, Fiordland National Park, Taranaki National Park, Catlins Forest Park, Tongoriro National Park, Wanaka and Queenstown. I feel lucky to have been able to explore this amazing country and share its beauty.

    Directed by: Cory Marshall
    Filmed and Edited by: Cory Marshall

    Music: The Frozen Ocean
    Track: Gold (Instrumental)
    Licensed from Triple Scoop Music.

    Dolly/Sliders: Dynamic Perception

    Camera: Sony A7rii
    Lenses: Sony 16-35 F4
    Sony 24-70 F4
    Sony 70-200 F4
    Nikon 14-24 F2.8

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  5. Four seasons by day and night

    After more than a year of work it is now here, my third and so far most elaborate timelapse film. It was shot with a high-resolution Nikon D800 at some of the many beautiful places in nature. Winter, spring, summer and fall, all four seasons united in one film, this was a big part of my motivation. I planned my recordings meticulously and even had to write a small script, because I had too many ideas, which I sorted out and later realized. The action didn't always come as desired - no snow, no fog, covered instead of a starry sky. The result is a five-minute-long short film with the most beautiful shots I took.

    It won't be long before nature is no longer to be found like this. Steady climate change, environmental influences and mankind. All factors that lead to accelerated change. Today we move faster, want to discover more, want to enjoy lonely moments and push further and further into the untouched nature. Well-known places around the world are wildly shared, shared and commented on social platforms. In our search for something new we launch photo drones, make selfies in the most daring places. I am also part of this world. Therefore:"Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints" based on the model of the oldest national parks in the world. And now enjoy my film!

    5 minutes film
    20-30kg luggage
    26 scenes
    800 GB data
    7000 single images
    Planning a few hours
    Many hours of hiking in the nature
    Countless hours in front of the computer

    Vier Jahreszeiten bei Tag und Nacht

    Nach mehr als einem Jahr Arbeit ist er nun da, mein dritter und bisher aufwändigster Timelapse-Film. Gedreht wurde er mit einer hochauflösenden Nikon D800 an einigen der vielen wunderschönen Plätze in der Natur. Winter, Frühling, Sommer und Herbst, alle vier Jahreszeiten vereint in einem Film, dies war ein grosser Teil meiner Motivation. Minutiös plante ich meine Aufnahmen, sogar ein kleines Drehbuch musste ich erstellen, denn ich hatte zu viele Ideen, die ich nach und nach ordnete und später ausführte. Nicht immer kam die Aktion wie gewünscht - kein Schnee, kein Nebel, bedeckt anstatt ein Sternenhimmel. Herausgekommen ist nun ein fünf Minuten langer Kurzfilm mit den schönsten Aufnahmen, die ich aufgenommen habe.

    Es wird nicht mehr lange dauern und die Natur ist nicht mehr so vorzufinden. Der stetige Klimawandel, Umwelteinflüsse und der Mensch. Alles Faktoren, die zu einem beschleunigten Wandel führen. Wir bewegen uns heute schneller, wollen mehr entdecken, wollen einsame Momente geniessen und stossen immer weiter hinein in die wenig berührte Natur. Bekannte Orte werden weltweit wie wild auf den sozialen Plattformen geteilt, gelikt und kommentiert. Auf der Suche nach Neuem starten wir Foto-Drohnen, machen Selfies an den waghalsigsten Stellen. Auch ich bin ein Teil dieser Welt. Darum: „Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints“ nach dem Vorbild der ältesten Nationalparks in der Welt. Und nun wünsche ich euch viel Spass mit dem Film!

    - 5 Minuten Film
    - 20-30kg Gepäck
    - 26 Szenen
    - 800 GB Daten
    - 7000 Einzelbilder
    - Einige Stunden planen
    - Viele Stunden Wandern in der Natur
    - Unzählbare Stunden vor dem Computer

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