A journey through Thailand Cambodia Vietnam august 2009 © pictures /editing Ivan Vania Mathia Belli music Yann Tiersen, Au-Dessous Du Volcan ℗ 2008 Galene Editions licence exclusive Virgin Music - EMI music France http://www.yanntiersen.com Shot on Canon 5D Mark II with 24 mm/70mm a little bit of CC with FCP and Color Enjoy+ More details
The movie from our (me and my girlfriend) trip to Thailand (+ few days in Cambodia). This time I want to make typical movie from holiday. Only for us. As a souvenir :) 1300 LIKES :)) THANK YOU! SEE MORE OF OUR VIDEOS: Teleport Through Norway vimeo.com/23507229 Going to Cappadocia http://vimeo.com/37444779 Places: Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Lipe, Koh Tarutao, Angkor Wat Camera: Canon 5D mark II Lenses: Canon 24-105mm L Canon 16-35mm L Canon 50 mm f/1.4 Gears: Lee graduated nd filters Self made dolly (inspired by GlideTrack) SlikPro Tripod Edited in FCP & Apple Colors Self made dolly? My dolly looks like this: flickr.com/photos/inspbylife/5697600132/#/photos/inspbylife/5697600132/lightbox/ It has only 0,5 m long. I made it from igus parts igus.com/wpck/default.aspx?pagename=drylin_w The dolly is extremly mobile. With Slik Pro 340 DX tripod & head it weighs 2,5 KG. Not so much :) It's cost about 160 euro: - Slik Pro tripod with head: 60 euro - Parts from Igus (rail + guide carriage): 100 euro+ More details
After producing two seasonal videos, fall and winter, It seemed necessary to keep the ball rolling. The majority of this spring was spent traveling with my girlfriend through Thailand and Cambodia. This video documents that trip, by focusing on the similarities between traveling and spring... enjoy. Just started our first blog. If anyone has any questions this might be a good place to post them... gnarlybay.blogspot.com - song - Xavier Rudd, Mana - canon 7d - 24mm lens - 1 tripod - internal mic on camera - edited on mac book pro while traveling+ More details
I was fortunate enough to spend 2 weeks in Cambodia, if you haven't yet been, go. I had an amazing time and would highly recommend visiting. Shot in HD on a Lumix GH1 with stock lens 14-140mm - (used for about 90% of the shots) and Nikkor 50mm f1.4. Music by Bonobo - Recurring --------------------------------- For those that are planning to go, here are my top 8 Cambodia travel tips (which are probably not unique to Cambodia): * The level of English was higher than I expected, but try to learn a few words in Khmer (Cambodian), even if it's only 'hello' and 'thank you', it goes a long way. * If you intend to buy a Lonely Planet before you come out -don't bother. There are lots of people (usually landmine victims) that sell them, they'll be more grateful that you buy a book from them than Amazon will ever be. * Even though there is some good stuff in the Lonely Planet, don't live by it, use it as a basic template. Remember that it's only 1-2 people's opinion. Check out sites like TripAdvisor.com and WikiTravel.org also restaurants and cafes will have free guides which are more up to date and written by people that live there. * Give the 'The Killing Fields' film a miss, it gives little explanation of what happened. Read Survival in The Killing Fields by Ngor Haing it's an amazing but horrific first hand account of what happened in Cambodia. * Bring small pocket change (pence/cents), you can dish them out to the kid sellers when you're not interested in buying their bracelets or books. Their money is in note form, so they hardly see coins and the kids went nuts for them. * It is generally safe but it's not unheard of that drive-by bag snatching occurs. Make sure your bag strap is around your torso and the bag in front of you, as opposed to on your shoulder by your side. I happen to witness one a few metres in front of me and the bag was snatched off a girl's shoulder as smooth as silk. * It does get tiresome and annoying that amputees constantly approach you to sell you postcards and books, but appreciate the fact that they're earning their keep as opposed to the able-bodied beggars here at home. * Remember to use your eyeballs, appreciate being there in the moment. Break the routine of thinking about composing shots and angles, leave the camera at the hotel for a day. The sad reality is that you'll probably spend more time looking at the scenery on a computer screen than you will with your eyeballs. Enjoy.+ More details
37 days travelling in Jordan and South East Asia. I have bought a GoPro just before this trip just for the fun of it. Here is the result! Mathieu and Ariane from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada Filming: 100% GoPro Hero 3 BLACK Edition. 1080p 30fps. Timelapse 7MP. Editing: With IPad 2: Pinnacle Studio, MyStopAction and VideoGrade. Computer free. Music: Sigur Rós - Með suð í eyrum Filming locations and log: 0:07 Walking at Citadel, Amman, Jordan 0:11 Walking at Phang-Nga, Thailand 0:14 Walking at The Elephant Training Center Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai, Thailand 0:17 Walking at Red Sand Dunes, Wadi Rum, Jordan 0:21 Walking at Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand 0:23 Walking at Vang Vieng, Laos 0:27 Camels at Wadi Rum, Jordan 0:34 Tiger Temple, Kanchanaburi, Thailand 0:46 Zipline at Gibbon Experience, Huay Xai, Laos 0:56 The Beach, Ko Phi Phi Leh, Thailand (Timelapse) 1:03 Long Tail Boat, Phang-Nga, Thailand 1:13 Biking at Dhammayangyi Temple, Bagan, Myanmar 1:19 Sunset at U Bein Bridge, Amarapura, Myanmar 1:29 Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand 1:36 Balloons Over Bagan, Bagan, Myanmar 1:44 Scooter at Luang Prabang, Laos 1:50 Above The Treasury, Petra, Jordan (Timelapse) 1:59 James Bond Island, Phang-Nga, Thailand (Timelapse) 2:08 Tandem Zipline at Gibbon Experience, Huay Xai, Laos 2:18 Downtown Amman, Jordan (Timelapse) 2:25 Tubing at Vang Vieng, Laos 2:32 Food Market, Yangon, Myanmar (Timelapse) 2:42 4x4, Wadi Rum, Jordan 2:46 Tuk Tuk, Siem Reap, Cambodia 2:51 Bamboo Raft, Chiang Mai, Thailand 2:55 Long Tail Boat, Phang-Nga, Thailand (Timelapse) 3:01 Unknown Temple, Angkor Wat Area, Cambodia 3:04 The Siq Entrance, Petra, Jordan (Timelapse) 3:12 Sunrise at Angkor Wat, Cambodia (Timelapse) 3:21 Sunset at North Guni Temple, Bagan, Myanmar (Timelapse) 3:29 Wadi Rum, Jordan 3:30 Monastery, Petra, Jordan 3:31 Hercules Temple, Amman, Jordan 3:32 Tiger Temple, Kanchanaburi, Thailand 3:34 Fish Massage, Siem Reap, Cambodia 3:35 Wat Pho, Bangkok, Thailand 3:36 Balloons Over Bagan, Bagan, Myanmar 3:37 Kayak, Phang-Nga, Thailand 3:38 U Bein Bridge, Amarapura, Myanmar 3:39 Gibbon Experience, Huay Xai, Laos 3:41 Tomb Raider Tree, Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat Area, Cambodia 3:42 Phang-Nga, Thailand 3:43 The Elephant Training Center Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai, Thailand 3:45 Yangon, Myanmar 3:46 Wadi-Rum, Jordan 3:47 Patuxai, Vientiene, Laos 3:48 Bayon, Angkor Wat Aera, Cambodia 3:50 Kuang Si Waterfalls, Luang Prabang, Laos 3:51 Tresuary, Petra, Jordan 3:52 Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand 3:54 Tubing, Vang Vieng, Laos 3:55 Buddha Park, Vientiene, Laos 3:56 Monkeys, Angkor Wat, Cambodia 3:57 Wadi Rum Jordan 3:58 Bamboo Raft, Chiang Mai, Thailand 3:59 Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat Area, Cambodia 4:01 Mount Popa, Myanmar 4:02 Tuk Tuk, Bangkok, Thailand 4:03 Lanterns at New Year's Eve, Chiang Mai, Thailand BONUS: Childs at Yangon, Myanmar+ More details
In Fall 2010, Stefan, Clemens and I were traveling through SouthEast Asia for 2 months. We shipped Stefans Landrover to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and then drove up through Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. Of course, Clemens and I brought our little DSLRs to capture every great moment of this memorable journey. Watch Episode 1 - MALAYSIA here: http://vimeo.com/29906947 Watch Episode 2 - THAILAND here: http://vimeo.com/32269712 Watch Episode 3 - LAOS here: http://vimeo.com/33352753 Watch Episode 4 - CAMBODIA here: http://vimeo.com/34551465 Watch Episode 5 - THAILAND / REPRISE here: http://vimeo.com/34895829 Music by: Yann Tiersen - "Dust Lane"+ More details
This is the fourth out of five Episodes about a trip to SouthEast Asia in Fall 2010. Stefan, Clemens and I were travelling in a Landrover through Malaysia, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia for 2 months. Watch the trailer here: vimeo.com/22714098 Watch Episode 1 - MALAYSIA here: vimeo.com/29906947 Watch Episode 2 - THAILAND here: vimeo.com/32269712 Watch Episode 3 - LAOS here: http://vimeo.com/33352753 Watch Episode 5 - THAILAND / REPRISE here: http://vimeo.com/34895829 Filmed by Vincent Urban & Clemens Krüger Shot with Canon 7D EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 EF 50mm f/1.4 USM Tamron SP AF 11-18mm f4.5-5.6 Edited by Vincent Urban Music by: Moonface - "Marimba & Shit-Drums" Episode 4 Info: The events are shuffled around in this episode. We first went to Phnom Penh and then visited Kampong Phulk and Angkor Wat, before continuing on to Thailand. 0:01 - Kampong Phulk This is a village built on the shore of a huge lake surrounded by a magical mangrove area. People live together with their domestic animals in their houses surrounded by water. If they want to visit their neighbors for a drink, they need to use a boat. 1:07 - On The Road Cambodia is a very poor country and finding someone that spoke English was very rare. However, almost everywhere we went, we instantly got surrounded by people. They didn't really talk to us, but loved watching everything we do. 01:41 - Angkor The old temples of the Khmer empire. An exeptionally beautiful experience. But because of this, also incredibly popular among tourists from all over the world. We wanted to feature both sides in this clip. 3:31 - Phnom Penh Cambodias capital isn't exactly a pretty city. Signs of the struggle this country has been going through (and still is) are found everywhere. Our experience there was rather wild, but very interesting.+ More details
This is a collection of timelapse-sequences I shot in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam earlier this year. Armed with Nikon cameras and a stage one dolly from Dynamic Perception, my girlfriend and I travelled more than 3500km overland from Bangkok to Hanoi. Locations include Bangkok, Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei, Beng Mealea, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Marble Mountain, Tam Coc and Hanoi Music by Hans Zimmer If you would like to see more of my work, check out these links: Facebook - facebook.com/stianrekdal Vimeo - vimeo.com/stianrekdal/videos 500px - 500px.com/plan9 Flickr - flickr.com/photos/stianrekdal/ Twitter - @stianrekdal Individual scenes available in 4k resolution (3840x2160) on request.+ More details
Our one-month trip through Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines.+ More details
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