The cataracts of Iguazu are an amazing sight. The power of the water is awesome. Whereas the visitor can get very close to the falls from the Argentine side, one can appreciate the magnitude and the wide arc of the falls better from the Brazilian side. The „Garganta del diabolo“, the devil’s gorge, truly lives up to its name.
In Europe, the waterfalls of Iceland are a unique sight. There is no other place where you can see such large and powerful waterfalls in such a (comparatively) small region. The short film shows the major falls which are Dettifoss, Svartifoss, Godafoss, Skogafoss, Seljalandsfoss, Gulfoss and Hengifoss.
Filmed mostly with a Canon 5D Mk. III, Canon f/2.8 24-70mm L II and with the picture profile Technicolor Cinestyle. Edited and graded in Adobe Premiere.
Enjoy the sight of these wonderful waterfalls!
This short clip is just some sort of proof of concept for the planned journey to Iceland, where waterfalls will be one of the major attractions. Filmed with a Canon 5D Mk III and a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L II, mostly with the picture profile Technicolor Cinestyle. A Zacutor Z-Finder Pro as well as a Tiffen ND Fader filter were used to control the picture. Furthermore, I wanted to test how well cinemascope crop lines fit landscape footage. As always, music makes a big difference.
The Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is one of the largest salt flats of the world. Travelling through the Salar is like travelling through space and time – it is definitely a surreal experience.