1. Early 2013, we had a little ride with our Landrover once again. A shorter trip this time, we tried to discover most of Moroccos versatile landscapes in just 3 weeks, from the Coast to the forest regions of the Middle Atlas, from the hectic Medinas of Fés and Marrakech to the high mountain ranges of the High Atlas, and finally to the dunes of the Sahara Desert. Big thanks go out to Sigma Technologies (sigmatechno.com), a local production company that invited us and provided great assistance and all our equipment. Enjoy! (4k version available soon, maybe)

    Directed & edited by: Vincent Urban
    DoP: Clemens Krüger
    Awesome guy: Stefan Templer
    Produced by: Sigma Technologies, Casablanca -sigmatechno.com

    twitter.com/vincenturban - instagram.com/vincenturban

    Music:
    "Mechanism" by Poppy Ackroyd - poppyackroyd.com/
    Re-arranged by Martin Brugger - liedvonspiel.de

    Filmed with:
    RED EPIC:
    RED ZOOM 18-50mm/f3
    RED ZOOM 50-150mm/f3
    Time lapses with Canon 5D and 7D:
    24mm/1.8 Sigma
    35mm/2 Canon
    50mm/1.4 Canon
    11-18mm/4,5-5,6 Tamron
    18-135mm/3,5-5,6 Canon
    17-55mm/2.8 Canon

    Watch the other travel clips here:
    In Oman: vimeo.com/95308951
    In New England: vimeo.com/79436324
    In South Amercia: vimeo.com/53673455
    In New York: vimeo.com/50631254
    In South-East Asia: vimeo.com/22714098

    # vimeo.com/73605534 Uploaded 442K Plays 240 Comments
  2. Early 2012, we started a journey to Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Southern Brazil in our old and rusty Landrover. Once again, we brought our DSLR cameras and some gear to capture every great moment of this trip. Lots of winds, emptiness, pampas, bustling cities, animals, deserts and waterfalls - all wrapped up in just under 6 min. Enjoy the ride!

    Thanks for the support...
    latinamericaforless.com
    peruforless.com

    Filmed by: Clemens Krüger, Vincent Urban, Stefan Templer
    Edited by: Vincent Urban

    twitter.com/vincenturban - instagram.com/vincenturban

    Filmed with Canon 7D/60D and GoPro.
    EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8
    EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6
    (some 300 and a fisheye were involved to)

    Music by:
    Ólafur Arnalds - "3055"

    In Oman: vimeo.com/95308951
    In Morocco: vimeo.com/73605534
    In New England: vimeo.com/79436324
    In New York: vimeo.com/50631254
    In South-East Asia: vimeo.com/22714098

    # vimeo.com/53673455 Uploaded 726K Plays 562 Comments
  3. jamesmorgan.co.uk
    facebook.com/jamesmorganfoto
    twitter.com/jamesmorganfoto

    Featuring music by Boards of Canada and Pantha Du Prince.

    Destructive fishing techniques are common practice amongst the coastal populations of the Coral Triangle. The favoured methods are homemade fertiliser bombs and potassium cyanide, which have not only decimated reefs in the largest and most diverse marine bio-region in the world but have destroyed countless human lives as well.

    Of all these communities, the Bajau Laut have perhaps suffered the most. The Bajau Laut are some of the last true marine nomads. An ethnic group of Malay origin, they have for centuries lived out their lives almost entirely at sea, plying a tract of ocean between Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia. In the last few decades, many have been forced to settle permanently on land, but a dwindling number still call the ocean home, living on long boats known as lepa lepa. Traditionally, they fish with nets and lines and are expert free divers, going to improbable depths in search of pearls and sea cucumbers or to hunt with handmade spear guns.

    But these traditional techniques have been largely replaced by cyanide and dynamite fishing, practices that are being driven predominantly by the live fish trade – an industry whose global worth is estimated at US $1 billion. The trade’s epicentre is Hong Kong, while Indonesia supplies most of the fish, accounting for nearly 50% of all imports. Target species are grouper and Napoleon wrasse, reef species that are a key to the preservation of coral ecosystems.

    Traditional Bajau cosmology – a syncretism of animism and Islam – reveals a complex relationship with the ocean, which for them is a multifarious and living entity. There are spirits in currents and tides, in coral reefs and mangroves. My point of interest is the potential for dovetailing the Bajau’s uniquely intimate understanding of the ocean with wider marine conservation strategies in order to facilitate them in conserving rather than destroying their culture and the spectacular marine environments they have called home for centuries.

    # vimeo.com/17419531 Uploaded 312K Plays 73 Comments
  4. Se você passar por Prudentópolis/PR não pode deixar de conhecer suas grandes cachoeiras. Situado no Rio dos Patos, com 64 metros de altura e volume de água impressionante em um canyon, o Salto Barão do Rio Branco chama atenção pela sua beleza. No local também possui uma Pequena Central Hidrelétrica (PCH), de propriedade da “Santa Clara Indústria de Cartões”.

    Mais informações e fotos em http://www.4trip.org

    # vimeo.com/83926924 Uploaded 32 Plays 0 Comments

Soldan

Douglas Soldan

Viagens, lugares, vídeos que impressionam!

Browse This Channel

Shout Box

Heads up: the shoutbox will be retiring soon. It’s tired of working, and can’t wait to relax. You can still send a message to the channel owner, though!

Channels are a simple, beautiful way to showcase and watch videos. Browse more Channels.