I had an early start this morning, out of bed at 4:00am at at the foot of Tryfan for 5:00am to meet up with friend Kate who is a talented fell runner here in North Wales. I am working on a project for the Snowdonia National Park and the plan was to film some running shots and sunrise on the mountain. It was a beautiful starlit drive and climb up but as soon as we approached the summit the clouds built, meaning a change of plan was called for! Having got some lovely inversion footage we dropped down and did some running alongside Llyn Bochclwyd before deciding to head down. On the way I bumped into the local farmers who were heading out to gather the sheep for the winter months. I have wanted to film the gathering for a long time so was delighted when they let me tag along – a great days filming.

The following images are screen grabs from un-processed footage but give a nice flavour of the day.

Kit: DJI Inspire 1 and X3 camera & Panasonic GH4 on DJI Ronin-M Gimbal.


katerun katesummit sunrise

rob

Comments (1)

  • Posted 30th September 2015

    Well done Rob!
    Brilliant shots

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