An Imaginary World

I created a new film and i hope there will come a lot more from that department in the near future. I have around three years of unseen Aerial Footage saved and as soon as i got some spare time i will put that into creating personal projects like this. The film is shot with my drones DJI Phantom 4 PRO and DJI Mavic Pro and edited and graded in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Music: Blake Ewing - Geographia (Music Licensed trough Musicbed)

In Imaginary World - I Hope you enjoy

 

Oh Faroe !

A week ago i travelled to Faroe Islands together with my little brother Simon on an assignment for #Visitfaroeislands and Atlantic Airways. Faroe Islands is an archipelago located between the Norwegian sea and the North Atlantic just in between the countries Norway and Iceland. 

When we first arrived to Faroe Islands we practically couldn't see anything cause of the heavy mist that had surrounded the islands . But in my mind thats the beauty of the Faroe Islands. Weather changes so fast you cant really predict anything when you are out. It changes from Amazingly beautiful to catastrophic conditions in the blink of an eye and you just have to pay attention cause beautiful moments are all around.

The landscape on Faroe Islands is so unique in its way i can guarantee it will blow your mind away more then once. The mountain formations, the ocean and of course all of the waterfalls that will greet you behind every turn along the way together with the amazing birdlife and sheeps Faroe Islands has to offer. 

One thing i like with Faroe Islands compared to Iceland is that it's not so crowded. Only 48 000 Inhabitants live on the islands which makes room and time for you as a photographer to be alone on many of the spots and really take your time to take the shots you want. We focused a lot on doing longer hikes and just enjoy the beautiful atmosphere on and around Faroe Islands. 

Have you ever been to the Faroe Islands ?

Tobias / Airpixels

Iceland Stopover

Iceland, Home to many dreamers and a dream for many. I myself have been dreaming about this amazing country for as long as i can remember. We have all seen the pictures from Iceland but to actually experience the country is something i will never forget.  When i travel i wanna plan as little as possible and take it all in as i go. You can't predict the weather on Iceland but the scenery will leave you speechless in any form mother nature reveals itself.

Skogafoss Waterfall.

Skogafoss Waterfall.

Black Sand

The black beaches of Iceland, Black sand as far as the eye can see. The black beaches of Iceland was probably the one and only thing i had planned before my departure and was the place where i wanted to make something unique. A Place to put my signature as a photographer on. We walked the shoreline, we witnessed the waves break right infront of our eyes and once again we where left overwhelmed by the experience and the fantastic Icelandic atmosphere. 

First glance of Stoknes 

First glance of Stoknes 

Waves of Reynisfjara Beach

Waves of Reynisfjara Beach

Guardians Of The Black Sand

Guardians Of The Black Sand

The Road Less Traveled

Best way to experience Iceland is by a 4 wheel drived car. As you travel the Icelandic roads you are guaranteed to see beauty everywhere you turn your head. To access the more remote parts of Iceland you have to put your trust into your vehicle. One of my days in Iceland i wanted to experience the more remote parts of the country and i took a route i know many people don't.  I drove almost 1 hour inwards the country and behind every turn I was greeted by amazing landscape. Landscape so beautiful i could spend years to try to capture it's beauty.

 

4WD

4WD

Glacier walks

Glacier walks

Under Siege

Under Siege

Unique River Systems

Unique River Systems

Route 1 / The Ring Road

The Ring Road is the national road in Iceland that runs around the island and connects most of the inhabited parts of the country. While traveling the ring road you will see landscapes shift as the weather turns and you will find yourself in close encounters with the beautiful animal life of Iceland. A long the road Lava fields turn into glaciers and you can see how natures history has played it's part and formed Iceland to what it is today. Anywhere you choose to go, Iceland is simply beautiful and has something to offer for everyone.