Freeride World Tour par MONTAGNETV Watching what other people are producing. Looking for ideas.
Month: February 2013
Earlier today I was at Chindrieux, a lake side village looking out over the Lac du Bourget lake in France. It is a nice lake with good visibility. The dive site where my friends and I usually dive is a wall. You swim out for 300 meters before heading down the bank to a little …
Sara – Guide De Haute Montagne – Hiking On The… par MONTAGNETV Portrait of a mountain guide in the French Alpes.
Sometimes you watch clips that impress you. In this case it’s a clip that scares me. I wouldn’t want to ride a unicycle down that type of landscape. Would you?
Doesn’t this make you want to rush back to the mountains and have some fun. There’s a lot of energy in these sequences.
Lindsey Stirling playing with her shadow.
They Are The Last from Kauri Multimedia on Vimeo. How to extend time
Short documentary about urban climbing in German. Some nice sequences. You see them climbing a tower, you see them jumping from the top. You see them climbing up a bridge’s support legs.
A nice first ascent climbing documentary with a minimal production crew to produce a personal documentary about three climbers. I appreciate hearing this particular accent of course. Definitely worth viewing.
La Voie du Milieu is a nice documentary showing the challenge of placing the safety equipment for a series of new climbing routes. The documentary is in French and there is a nice combination of long shots and close ups. There is little use of helmet mounted camera work.