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1. Travel Feels: Norway

  • Published: 2015-09-22T17:20:31+00:00
  • Duration: 200
  • By Matti Haapoja
Travel Feels: Norway

During the summer my wife and I got to go on an amazing road trip in Norway with our good friends Samuel and Hildegunn Taipale. Norway is just amazing landscapes after amazing landscapes. Definitely a place worth visiting if you ever get the chance! Thanks to Visit Norway for making our trip possible. Filmed on the Panasonic GH4, GoPro Hero 4 and Phantom 2 quadcopter. Edited in Premiere pro and colour graded in After effects using Vision Colors Impulz Luts. Song: New Earth by Zerbin (licensed from Musicbed.com) Footage is available to license from Filmsupply.com


2. Travel Feels: Return to Norway

  • Published: 2016-11-07T12:08:09+00:00
  • Duration: 178
  • By Matti Haapoja
Travel Feels: Return to Norway

We had the amazing chance to go to Norway again this past summer for 2 weeks thanks to Matador Network and Visit Norway. We had the best time exploring even more of Norway this time. If you haven't been to Norway its a must! Hope you enjoy and that this inspires to get out and explore the world. Huge thanks to Jay Perry and Rebecca Tracey for road tripping with us and just being awesome! Filmed with Canon C300MkII, Sony A7RII and DJI Phantom 4. Edited in Premiere Pro and graded in After Effects using Vision Colors Impulz LUTs. All the footage can be licensed through Filmsupply.com Song: "Sky's the Limit" by THE LADY & I.


3. Travel Feels: Norway

  • Published: 2016-02-02T08:47:16+00:00
  • Duration: 93
  • By Visit Norway
Travel Feels: Norway

During the summer my wife and I got to go on an amazing road trip in Norway with our good friends Samuel and Hildegunn Taipale. Norway is just amazing landscapes after amazing landscapes. Definitely a place worth visiting if you ever get the chance! Thanks to Visit Norway for making our trip possible. Filmed on the Panasonic GH4, GoPro Hero 4 and Phantom 2 quadcopter. Edited in Premiere pro and colour graded in After effects using Vision Colors Impulz Luts. Song: New Earth by Zerbin (licensed from Musicbed.com) Footage will be available to license from Filmsupply.com in the near future. Read more about the Northwest region: http://www.visitnorway.com/listings/the-atlantic-road-national-tourist-road/11862/ The Geirangerfjord: http://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/fjord-norway/the-geirangerfjord/ The Troll's road: http://www.visitnorway.com/places-to-go/fjord-norway/trollstigen/


4. Norway - Travel the way you feel

  • Published: 2018-07-30T13:20:45+00:00
  • Duration: 211
  • By elpedro
Norway - Travel the way you feel

Norway 2018 - Travel the way you feel


5. Reiulf Ramstad Interview: Upon Landscapes

Reiulf Ramstad Interview: Upon Landscapes

How do landscape and architecture complement each other? We met with Reiulf Ramstad of the award-winning Norwegian architecture office Reiulf Ramstad Architects, who in this video shares how the landscape is the foundation for their architecture, and why he believes that travelling enrichens and expands an architect’s outlook. Ramstad talks about the inner and the outer landscape, and how the places that we experience become a part of us: “They become like chapters in your life.” For an architect, he feels, it is important to travel in order to “understand the DNA of the place,” and as a result, you always carry this knowledge with you as a part of your “baggage.” In continuation of this, in our global and increasingly nomadic world, Ramstad believes in working in a way that allows you to apply this knowledge that you carry with you: “You’re faced with so many impressions, but the difficulty is to maintain concentration because everything is like a digital cloud. So I believe in working within a format and to be present.” Reiulf Ramstad (b. 1962) is the founder, Graduate Architect and Design Director of Reiulf Ramstad Architects (RRA) – an award-winning architecture, landscape architecture and design firm founded in 1995 and based in Oslo, Norway. The firm is internationally known for their work in Norway, and their designs range from private residential to large civic works, such as schools, restaurants, public transit stations, museums and tourist routes. They are recipients of prestigious awards such as several Architizer A+ Awards and the Inaugural American Architecture Prize. For more see: http://www.reiulframstadarchitects.com/ Reiulf Ramstad was interviewed by Lasse Andersson in Molde, Norway in November 2018. The interview is made in collaboration with the Utzon Center in Aalborg, Denmark in connection with the exhibition ‘In the World of an Architect – Reiulf Ramstad Architects’. Camera: Rasmus Quistgaard Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Edited by: Rasmus Quistgaard Cover photo: Romsdal Folk Museum in Molde, Norway by Reiulf Ramstad Architects Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2018


6. Travel Feels - Norway.

  • Published: 2017-03-30T06:34:36+00:00
  • Duration: 200
  • By Wanderfeels

7. A Slow Film on the beautiful remote guesthouse in Sollia, Arctic Norway – Inntravel

  • Published: 2017-09-04T13:23:28+00:00
  • Duration: 233
  • By Inntravel
A Slow Film on the beautiful remote guesthouse in Sollia, Arctic Norway – Inntravel

Join Eivind Nordhus, co-owner and chef at the wonderfully remote Sollia guesthouse, near Kirkenes in northern Norway. Set amid the beautiful wilderness that covers the furthest reaches of Arctic Norway, only a few hundred metres from the Russian border, Sollia feels otherworldly, particularly on winter nights when the colourful ribbons of the Northern Lights swoop and twirl across the inky sky. All this can be experienced on our Winter snow holiday: www.inntravel.co.uk/holidays/winter-snow-breaks/Norway/Sollia-Northern-Lights-Breaks Whether you locate your quarry – the Aurora Borealis – or not (and you have every chance of doing so in this northerly spot), this is an experience never to be forgotten. Feeling so far removed from everyday life, the wonderfully remote Sollia Gjestegård is a place where you can easily relax. The Nordhus family, run the guesthouse with great enthusiasm, and are justly proud of their adjoining restaurant, which is considered to be the best restaurant in Finnmark. Should you wish to venture further afield then the obvious choice is to explore by dog-sled from a nearby husky farm. After a short lesson in the basics of driving a sled, you can either – take charge of your own team of dogs, or ride as a passenger, watching out for wildlife as you glide through the dense forest and over frozen lakes. While both dog-sledding and snowmobiling are undeniably thrilling, it is hard to beat the exhilaration of seeing the incredible Northern Lights, one of your evenings is spent at your hosts’ ‘aurora borealis base camp’, to which you are taken on a large sledge towed by a snowmobile. The northerly location of the camp and the complete lack of light pollution mean you stand a fantastic chance of enjoying the Northern Lights, but it’s just a case of sipping hot tea and gazing at the sky, hoping that they will show themselves in all their glory… If you have more time, why not make a husky safari part of the ultimate winter holiday on our 15-night Arctic Adventure? The journey from Bergen to the Russian border on the famous Hurtigruten coastal steamer has often been described as ‘the world’s most beautiful voyage’, and as you travel along Norway’s dramatic fjord-indented coastline, you will soon see why. Docking at some of the region’s most iconic ports, you have time to get to know their distinctive characters and visit the uniquely Nordic attractions. Wonder at the splendid cathedral in Trondheim, before crossing the Arctic Circle to the astonishing Lofoten Islands, where you spend several nights in a rorbu (a traditional fisherman’s cabin) blissfully removed from the whirl of modern life. Your next stop – the enthralling island of Senja, a former fishing hamlet – is a wonderful base for trying out some thrilling winter activities. Hike into the nearby pine forests on a guided snowshoe excursion, or take to the water and try ocean body rafting. The wildlife safari is an absolute must – white-tailed sea eagles, dolphins and whales are all common sights. Farther up the coast, captivating Tromsø awaits with its brightly painted old wooden buildings, the world’s northernmost brewery and university, two cathedrals and some intriguing museums. If you can tear yourself away from the city, head out across the tundra on cross-country skis, try your hand at ice-fishing or enjoy a reindeer safari. When you finally sail around North Cape to Konsgfjord and Sollia, Trine and her team of huskies will be waiting to take you out on a magical sled ride. Find out more about the Sollia guesthouse and our many Northern Lights holidays, here www.inntravel.co.uk/holidays/winter-snow-breaks/Northern-Lights-Breaks


8. Born To Run – a Slow Film about BIRK Husky, Norway

  • Published: 2017-09-05T11:51:28+00:00
  • Duration: 212
  • By Inntravel
Born To Run – a Slow Film about BIRK Husky, Norway

A Slow film about the people (and huskies!) behind one of our very special winter holidays in Arctic Norway. Together with her family, Trine Danielson Beddari runs BIRK Husky, a dog-sledding resort located on the banks of the Pasvik river that divides Norway and Russia. Trine and her team take intrepid travellers across frozen lakes, through silent forests and magical winter landscapes straight from films like Doctor Zhivago. An exhilarating, thrilling, and bumpily beautiful ride like no other! You can visit Trine and her huskies on several of our Slow holidays to Norway, while staying at a family-run guesthouse in nearby Sollia. In this film, she tells us how her huskies seem quite literally born to run – from the moment they are first harnessed to the sleds, new puppies tug at the leads, ready to set off! They have an amazing energy, and it is wonderful to see how much fun the dogs have pulling the sleds through the snow. The close-knit ‘family’ also includes Benjamin, a Pyrenean Mountain Dog, who protects the kennels from brown bears in the summer, and enjoys a well-earned rest in the winter while the bears are in hibernation. Trine explains how she feels a strong emotional connection to this beautiful and remote corner of Arctic Norway, that has been her family home for generations. With only her parents and Russia for neighbours, she is surrounded by a remarkable expanse of wild untouched beauty. Why not make a husky safari part of the ultimate winter holiday on our 15-night Arctic Adventure? The journey from Bergen to the Russian border on the famous Hurtigruten coastal steamer has often been described as ‘the world’s most beautiful voyage’, and as you travel along Norway’s dramatic fjord-indented coastline, you will soon see why. Docking at some of the region’s most iconic ports, you have time to get to know their distinctive characters and visit the uniquely Nordic attractions. Wonder at the splendid cathedral in Trondheim, before crossing the Arctic Circle to the astonishing Lofoten Islands, where you spend several nights in a rorbu (a traditional fisherman’s cabin) blissfully removed from the whirl of modern life. Your next stop – the enthralling island of Senja, a former fishing hamlet – is a wonderful base for trying out some thrilling winter activities. Hike into the nearby pine forests on a guided snowshoe excursion, or take to the water and try ocean body rafting. The wildlife safari is an absolute must – white-tailed sea eagles, dolphins and whales are all common sights. Farther up the coast, captivating Tromsø awaits with its brightly painted old wooden buildings, the world’s northernmost brewery and university, two cathedrals and some intriguing museums. If you can tear yourself away from the city, head out across the tundra on cross-country skis, try your hand at ice-fishing or enjoy a reindeer safari. When you finally sail around North Cape to Konsgfjord and Sollia, Trine and her team of huskies will be waiting to take you out on a magical sled ride. Or if you only have a few nights to spare, escape to Sollia on our Northern Lights break . The guesthouse’s wilderness camp provides the perfect retreat from everyday life, and is also the ideal environment for hunting the elusive Lights. The sight of the ethereal Aurora swirling across the night skies is a very special experience – one that you will never forget. Find out more about our holidays to Arctic Norway, and our many Slow Travel experiences, on our website.