The dry toboggan run at Pradaschier, in the southern Swiss alps, is touted as being the longest in Europe.
Chris Moyles hosts his last radio show on BBC Radio 1 after 15 years with the station.
An eight minute ride across the River Thames in London... by cable car.
Swimming in the river at Bern in Switzerland.
Photographer Nadav Kander talks about his portraiture in this 13 minute film.
One of my favourite pieces of non-fiction film: an eight and a half minute sequence filmed by Claude Lelouch on the streets of Paris in 1976.
Pro photographer Zack Arias is thrown down the challenge of taking street portraits using nothing but a point-and-shoot camera and an optically-triggered second flash gun. Zack’s ebullient approach and the results we see towards the end of the film show that photography isn’t about using really expensive equipment.
I’ve seen many miniaturized time-lapse films over the past couple of years, but this is far and away my favourite thus far. By Keith Loutit (of course) and Jarbas Agnelli. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end.
A timelapse sequence taken around close of service at the ferry port on the south coast of England, the night before we left for the continent and home.
The Fire Festival in Signau, a small area in the Emmental valley, is a Swiss folk and artistic festival; a smaller equivalent of Burning Man in the U.S. My friend and independent filmmaker Yannick de Zordo – who plays bass guitar for Choo Choo and who produced the great video for their song “…
An eight and a half minute film of the journey up to the Piz Gloria restaurant on the Schilthorn.
A video shot using my D7000 on a dry toboggan run, hand-held , whilst I was clinging on to the brake with the other hand.
Friends Choo Choo release their next music video, conceived and filmed by their bass player Yan.
I am enjoying the video capabilities of my Nikon, particularly to capture “moving photographs” such as this one. Filmed during our summer holiday in Florence, Italy, whilst we ate mint choc chip ice cream and enjoyed the music.
Whilst presenting my One Frame Movie photos at the Open Show in Lausanne this week, I mentioned Gregory Crewdson. I first became aware of his work in 2008 via David Hobby’s blog and have admired his process ever since. He’s technically more of a film director than a photographer, albeit that the result of…
One of these days, I’m going to remember (without looking it up on Twitter) that the annual siren test takes place across the whole of Switzerland on the first Wednesday of February. More information on the Swiss government’s portal.
A clip from the personal video essay by British filmmaker Andrew Kötting.
A lone musician plays alphorn music on the Bonistock mountain peak, high above the lake and village at Melchsee Frutt in canton Obwalden.
As if the photographic splendour of the mountain hike from the Firstbahn cablecar station above Grindelwald wasn't enough, I used the rest breaks we took on our hike this last Sunday to shoot a handful of timelapse sequences.
I've tinkered with timelapse photography at several points over the past few years, and have begun to refine my technique using a digital SLR over the past few weeks. This article explains how, with an example sequence of a cruise ship leaving Invergordon in Scotland.