In March 2014, I found myself once again traveling alone, this time on a 3-week backpacking trip around South America. I wanted to do something different with my travel video, so this is what I came up with. I need to make some friends.
Previous Travel Video, ‘Driving Across America By Myself’ - vimeo.com/81415737
Filming took place in Colombia, Peru & Bolivia.
Filmed on Sony NEX-7 (10-18mm) & GoPro Black HERO 3+
Edited on Premiere Pro CS6, VFX on After Effects CS6
Led Zeppelin – ‘Whole Lotta Love’
Submitted by Bendard
Olympic athlete montage video featuring Muse’s London 2012 official song, Survival.
Extreme Balancing Artist Performs Daring One-Armed Handstand Stunt
DAREDEVIL Eskil Ronningsbakken lives life on the edge – by performing a one-arm handstand 2,000ft above a fjord. The extreme artist performed the jaw-dropping gymnastic pose on Preikestolen, a rock above the Lysefjord in Norway. Battling bitter winds and a lethal drop, Eskil managed to hold the one handed pose despite exerting his lower and upper arm to extreme pressure. The Norwegian claims his latest feat is the world’s first one-armed handstand at such a height.
Videographer / Director: Eskil Ronningsbakken
Producer: James Tegerdine
Editor: Ben Churcher
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