I’m a big fan of Norway, and not just because one of my favorite movies, Frozen, was inspired by the country.
Drone video shot on a DJI Phantom 4 by filmmaker Theo Gove-Humphries, shows one of Norway’s most magical places.
The film gives viewers an aerial look at Lofoten. It’s an off-the-beaten-path archipelago known for dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands.
Gove-Humphries says the video was filmed over one week in June 2016, where the sun never sets and 24 hour daylight illuminates the landscape.
The film was all shot in 4K at 25 frames per second, Dlog with ND16 for the daylight shots. It was graded in film convert and used Final Cut Pro 10 color correction tools.
Gove-Humphries is a filmmaker with Ergo Films, a UK-based film company that has been incorporating drone work. Ergo Films has a Permission For Aerial Work from the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) for commercial aerial filming, and had previously been using a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.