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  1. In June 2013, we went to the Alaska Range to create a new style of footage using bleeding edge tools. Here's a little introduction....for the larger story, check out our blog post on the trip blog.camp4collective.com/post/54873757389/february-2012-camp4-studio-loud-busy-intense

    Music:
    Abel Okugawa
    Song: Epic Strings
    AbelOkugawa.com

    # vimeo.com/68736152 Uploaded 24.7K Plays 7 Comments
  2. No matter what your favorite outdoor sport is, we all have a tendency to focus on success – the peaks we bag, the routes we send, the miles we log on the bike or on the trail each week. But what about the goals we have yet to achieve? The accomplishments that have eluded our grasp or the conditions that kicked our butts home to try again another day.

    How do you deal with "failure" and is there any fun to be had in coming up short?

    Featuring gorgeous footage shot and edited by Colette McInerney, this short film captures a month in the life of Eastern Mountain Sports Brand Ambassador and professional climber Joe Kinder as he struggles to send Papichulo, a rock climbing route in Oliana Spain.

    ems.com
    joekindkid.com
    coletteloc.com

    # vimeo.com/69858181 Uploaded 20.4K Plays 1 Comment
  3. "Tempus fugit" is my first timelapse movie, shot with a Canon EOS 5 D Mark II, Canon EOS 1DX and a dynamic perception stage one dolly.
    It has taken me for almost 2 years for shooting all the footage seen on the movie. I traveled Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Norway and Finland and hiked hours to come to the desired spots with a heavy backpack. For the starlapses I had to stay throughout the nights at remote locations with tent and sleeping bag.
    The final timelapse movie consits of nearly 7000 single shots.
    MUSIC: PHIL REY: "Born to Conquer" - CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerives (personal permission for the non commercial usage of the track from the composer 08.07.2013)

    # vimeo.com/69844748 Uploaded 41.5K Plays 112 Comments
  4. Magnus Midtbø - 26 attempts on Neanderthal and counting.

    In a huge cave near Santa Linya in Spain, which once used to be the home of Neanderthals, you now find one of the best climbing crags in the world. Decorated by several climbing routes, “The Neanderthal” stands out as the hardest route in the cave with its 50 meters stretching to the very top. It’s graded to be 9b level of rock climbing, after Chris Sharma first ascended the route in 2009. And it’s yet to be repeated.

    Magnus Midtbø started on the project of sending Neanderthal last year. Magnus, professional climber and Norrøna ambassador, is competing in competitions as well as doing his own projects. This year he is back in the cave for a second try on the route.

    You'll see him in our falketind line. Check out the whole product range at norrona.com/falketind.

    # vimeo.com/69255327 Uploaded 50.2K Plays 22 Comments
  5. Ethan Pringle makes minced meat of the Oliana classic Joe Blau 8c+.
    Shot and edited by Walker Emerson
    music Santigold

    # vimeo.com/66435360 Uploaded 16.4K Plays 1 Comment

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