A wonderful, high-resolution hyperlapse video of London by Italian photographer Mattia Bicchi.
A new BBC travel programme seeks out lesser-known spots in the British Isles, starting this evening.
A timelapse film of giant storms over the American Mid-West.
Filmed in the beautiful South East regions of the Swiss alps, this film features many classic landscapes of the majestic country of Switzerland. We were based in one the oldest towns in Graubünden, Chur, with a trip into the clouds in Filisur and revealing one of the world heritage sites in the breathtaking Landwasser viaduct. The video also…
This is the trailer for “La Quête d’Inspiration”, a documentary film by Mathieu Le Lay about the experiences in the wilderness of French landscape photographer Alexandre Deschaumes. You can purchase the full-length film at Reelhouse.
If you can watch this video to the end without a tear in your eye, then you are tougher than I. It has reached the official selection for the 2015 London Short Film Festival and is based on a true story. The following explanation was written in 2013 – originally in German – by Konstantin Binder for his blog London Leben.
A lovely video of a journey on the Isle of Skye by StokedEverSince, posted to Vimeo by Calum Creasey.
Visitors to London may expect that travelling by Tube is quicker than going on foot. It’s certainly quicker than travelling through London by taxi or by car. But is the train actually quicker than this athlete?…
“The Ridge” is the brand new film from mountain-biker Danny Macaskill. For the first time in one of his films Danny climbs aboard a mountain bike and returns to his native home of the Isle of Skye in Scotland to take on a death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillin Ridgeline. Even if you’re not fussed about…
I'm not especially knowledgeable about aircraft but there's something about plane flypasts which give me goosebumps.
Compiled time-lapse sequence of the courtyard view from Hitchcock film “Rear Window”.
Beautiful time-lapse films from the south west of England by Italian photographer Mattia Bicchi.
The Red Arrows perform at the 2014 Farnborough Air Show.
A twenty minute film in association with Swiss Tourism, showing tremendous aerial views from around Switzerland.
British photographer "Miss Anelia" produced surreal and highly-detailed fashion images to advertise the new Nikon D810, without the use of Photoshop.
Être Fort (“Be Strong”) parcours athlete Simon Gfeller crosses the Altenbergsteg bridge in Bern the hard way: by hand, across the underside of the iron framework.
Seen plenty of time lapses involving star trails and motion effects? You won't have seen anything like this sequence by photographer Vincent Brady.
British Pathé was a leading news service in the earlier part of the twentieth century, when people would visit a picture house (or cinema) to see the latest news reels, instead of seeing them in the comfort of their own homes. British Pathé completed their YouTube channel this week and amongst around 85,000 films now online for free, there…
Léman is the original (some would say “correct”) name for what most of the rest of the world knows as Lake Geneva. It’s one of the most varying beautiful and vibrant regions of Switzerland, with a seemingly endless range of castles, vineyards, lakes and mountains. The local tourism organizations certainly had a lot to work with, when they put this…
If standing around in the street and drinking far too much whilst being bombarded with confetti, to the accompaniment of popular tunes being played by an inebriated brass band in eyeball-searing fancy dress doesn’t appeal, then there’s always an alternative to the traditional winter Fasnacht carnivals: the Fire Parade in Liestal. I wrote about Chienbäse (the Fire Parade) when I…