Short version of "Tapâm - a flyfishing journey"
Winner of the 5th Annual Drake Video Awards 2010 "Best Fishing".
Produced by Daniel Göz and Jan Bach Kristensen.
Post production & Design by G+K Film Frankfurt.
Those who have followed me via Twitter, this is the first commercial series from my huge shoot in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas, California & Nevada.
We generated more than 500GBs of HDSLR footage. From run-n-gun style shooting to locked down magnificent vistas, this was an epic shoot. Not to mention it was all at above 6000ft. I wanted to post this here to show the production value of the shoot.
Special thanks to Ben Paull & Keith Brauneis, my other two camera operators for their amazing persistence to get the shot. Also, big kudos goes again to Ben Paull for helping me tackle the giant task of logging & transcoding all the footage *whew* And last but not least a HUGE thanks to Dan Mehta for scoring the piece. He is truly a great artist. Enjoy!
Here is a video of anglers Mike Eaton, Doug Swift, and Chris Eaton doing their best to catch some large Bull Trout. Their location is unknown but apparently a good spot. Please give feedback about the video and editing.
Fly fishing for 36 hours in the Icelandic river Tungulaekur in June 2010. The short river, situated close to the glacier Vatnajokull, keeps five species; Salmon, sea trout, brown trout, stationary char and sea char. A badly kept secret is the black ghost or a black nobler.
Camera: Canon 7d
Lens: Tamron 18 - 270 mm, Canon 10 - 22 mm.