This is from my time back in NRK, filming for the TV series “Der ingen skulle tru..”
Oddbjørn Selnes tried to save a hurt eagle.
My award winning film “hunting the light” is now online on Vimeo with english subtitles and bonus features.
This is a short movie from the old church ruin at Røst, Lofoten.
These two images are quite unique.
It was like magic in the air. We enjoyed the sight of the lighthouse, when it suddenly started to snow. The light reflected the snow, and the magic appeared above.
On the second image, it had stopped snowing. That´s why the light is weaker, but still a nice shot, although the first one is my favorite.
This weekend I´ve had two beautiful days far out in Lofoten, actually as far out as you get. The island is called Skomvær, quite a unique place both for people and sheeps.
I light painted a ruin last week:)
The ruin is an old church from Røst, Lofoten. It was buildt in 1839, but soon it became too small and back in 1899 it was replaced with another church.
A great spot for photography. Soon I will show you more versions of this picture, with more northern light around.
After one week it’s time to leave Røst. A fantastic place far out in the sea, and good times filming.
In some days I will post some more beautiful aurora boralis photos.
See you soon!
Last night the northern light appeared above us:)
Good days in Lofoten, Norway.
One of theese days we had a beautiful trip with the sailboat Storeggen in Ålesund.
We are making a film about Storeggen, the building of it, and the history of theese fishing boats existing in Norway at the 1800 century. This day we did some recordings with Tom Larsen.
Kristofer and Tom.
This is from Glittersjå, cycling in the woods.
Director Gry Molvær Hivju, psaligrapher Karen Bit Vejle and me on a flight between Copenhagen and Oslo.
Karen Bit Vejle together with professor Chiao in Bejing.
Oddgeir Bruaset skal snart reise rundt med historier frå der ingen skulle tru. Eg har teke bilda.
Some years ago, when I still was an employee in NRK. Travelling all around the country, this is from Nyksund.
Some iphone photos from todays trip to Stadt. Filming waves with GH4 in 96fps.
Today I’ve filmed a scene in my home area, and of course a timelapse:)
Earlier this month I travelled to Beijing for making a film about the paper clip artist Karen Bit Vejle. Her mission was to hold a big exhibition in Today Art Museum in Beijing. And my team in Tindefilm was there to make a documentary about her journey in China. The film will be ready in september next year, it will be a visual insight in Karen Bit Vejle´s life and artistic performance.
Here is some photos from our 14 days trip to China:
This was my photo gear suitcase. I tried to bring as litle as possible because we were travelling on tourist visum, and we didn´t want too much attention. I mostly used my Canon 5D MarkIII, but had also a BlackMagic pocket cinema camera as backup. Fantastic to use theese small cameras, and still work as a pro:-)
Rainy under the skies..
And sun over..
Team Tindefilm in the air
Our director Svein-Rune Nyland taking care of the luggage
On the train to the city
We used a lot of time in traffic..
Haircutting in the streets of Beijing
The “taxi-driver” district
Our new company car?
Eating crispy duck
Meeting with Karen Bit Vejle
One of the dragon eggs in the Today Art Museum, Karen Bit Vejle is the artist.
A lot of fine details in the big dragon egg
My small camera rigg in China, a Canon 5D Mark III, a Sony lavalier mic system and a Zoom hanheld recorder on top of the camera.
Our hotel in Beijing
Outside Today Art Museum we found theese strange guys..
And in the same street we found this bike..
This is before the ambassady dinner. From left, our great sound recordist Li Shuo, producer Hilde and director Rune.
Our view from the hotel room
Bit was participating in a huge TV show in China, this is from the make-up room.
Millions of viewers all over China..
We did meet some nice pigs outside Today Art Museum
On our way to the great wall
Me and Bit on the great wall
Here is a video from the subway in Beijing:
On Tiananmen Square we met chineese people that wanted to greet us, nice people.
Check out the flag pole..
This is Sara, our guide in Beijing. A fantastic woman that helped us with everything, I don´t think we could manage without her. Thank You Sara!
Waiting for a cab after shopping at the silk street
Our producer Hilde enjoyed go shopping at the silk marked..
And on our way back to Norway we(Hilde:) had to buy a couple of new suitcases to bring all the stuff..
A great journey!
Earlier this year I filmed a tv-show called Luksusfellen (the luxury trap) on TV3. Soon the episode will be shown on norwegian TV.
Theese pictures is behind camera footage☺️