This is a video of my 4 month backpack trip through S/E Asia. We visited Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and Singapore. I was completely inexperienced when it comes to film making, I got in to it through the love for photography I’ve been developing over the past few years. I’ve had a lot of fun filming it, going through the footage and finally editing it! Longing already for the next trip.
Song: «Lionheart» by Emancipator
Gear: Canon 650D (18-55 / 50mm 1.8) + GoPro Hero 3 Silver
Cast: Martijn Hermans
Why is there such an obligatory feeling to work on ones holiday? In most case scenarios, I wouldn’t have bothered bringing and burdening myself with my new Nikon toy & its accessories on my week off. But I was going to Myanmar, a nation that I have placed close to my heart and visually strikes me as one of the most photogenic countries I have even seen.
Filmed & Edited by Patrik Wallner
Motivation by Tobias Ulbrich and Tommy Zhao
Music by Jean-Claude Vannier
Illustrations by Dan Zvereff
For more info, visuals & films on Myanmar such as ‘The Mandalay Express’ go to visualtraveling.com
Cast: Patrik Wallner
Compilation of shots recorded august 2012, shooted on locations within Myanmar. Epilogue to our Burmaland series. We have edited this film on the Final cut Pro X, still learning.
Recorded with the Canon 60D + EF18-135mm
Music: Outro by M83
Fifth episode of Burmaland, in this chapter we’re biking through the fields of Bagan, visiting some of the 3.000 temples and pagodas scattered all around the plains of Bagan.
Recorded with the Canon 60d + EF 18-135mm
Music: Brindo by Devendra Banhart
First episode completely recorded in Myanmar. Travelling within the Mon State, Yangon and Bago. August 2012
Recorded with the Canon 60D + Canon EF 18-135mm lens
Music by Jònsi: Go Do. Björk: Virus (excerpt)
Episode 1, The Journey: vimeo.com/49227581
Episode 2, Heading South: vimeo.com/49590634
Episode 3, The Trek: vimeo.com/50067399
Episode 4, Moving Capitals vimeo.com/50527428
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A tilt-shift film, shot by Joerg Daiber in Rangoon (Yangon), Kalaw, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar).