Landscape Travel Photography Vlog: Arctic Norway – Tromso in Winter

Location: Tromsø, Norway
Date Shot: 21-24/02/2016
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A video documenting my travel & photography adventure around arctic Norway.

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Waking Up The Street by Sebastian Forslund
When The Sparks Fly by Martin Carlberg
Aeon Fever 1 by Johan Svensson
Brooklyn Flava 1 by Mattias Andreasson
ES_Hopeful And Calm Piano 2 by Anders Mörlin.

My Kit List:
Canon 5D MKIII –
Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Tripod (New Version here)
My New Arca Swiss Manfrotto Ball Head –
Garmin Fenix 3 –
LowePro Pro Rover 45 –
My “L” Bracket –
LowePro Filter Pouch –
Lee Foundation Holder –
A Range of Nisi Filters –
Heliopan Polariser –
This Attches my Polariser to my Filter Holder –
Hot Shoe Bubble Level –
Waterproof Cover –
Leatherman Skeletool –
Black Diamond Storm Head Torch –
Jobby Sling –
Filter Ring Lens Caps –
Canon 24-70L f2.8 Lens MKI
Canon 70-200L F4 Lens None IS
Zeiss Distagon 21mm

DJI Phantom 4 Drone –
Canon G7X –
Micro Muff –
Windslayer for Gopro –
GoPro Hero 4 Silver –
Timelapse Head –
GoPro 3 Way Mount –
GoPro Jaws Clamp –

Vango Banshee 200 –
Thermarest Neoair X-Lite –

Editing & Processing
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Photoshop


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Comments 23

  1. The 'car park' at the beginning – the sign said "Parking Only for Blåmann Sportsground". Whenever you see a sign starting with "Parkering kun…." it's not for you. I really recommend learning some Norwegian if you're going regularly – or you could stumble across a shooting range (huntsmen, of which there are many, need to practice!) or into a herd of reindeer or muskox, and then saying "I don't care where I am, I just found a great viewpoint".

  2. Can I ask a question please? Some of your shots of Norway, your composition includes almost as much foreground as background. I personally (in my opinion) want my composition to say what the photo is of, is it the foreground, or the background. Some of your shots I'm left wondering what the subject is, as there's both foreground and background and it's hard to see which is the main subject. Would a wider angle, and softer focus on the foreground help? I'm an amateur, so please excuse me if I'm sounding thick.

  3. Love your work. Question: Do you rely on the camera metering or do you ever use external metering? I learned the Zone System years ago and still use it at times even though the camera metering is so good compared to the old film days.

  4. Inspired by the likes of Thomas Heaton, Elia Locardi, Benjamin Jaworskyj, Travel Feels, Peter Mckinnon and Nick page, i have started my own channel. Aussie Photographer Exploring Estonia up into Norway! Come follow my adventure and help me keep the knowledge and inspiration flowing for everyone! 🙂

  5. I've often thought to myself " I need some foreground and i need it now!" but it's awesome to hear someone else say it.. we are kin 😀 great video Thomas..

  6. really love your videos sir! but please please please highpass your audio in post! the low end rumble from the wind noise nearly blew my windows out… it's really bad for us folks with subwoofers. and i don't just mean this video, it's a problem on a lot of your videos. wonderful content otherwise! keep up the great work!

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