Skiing With A Camera Gimbal @ 55 MPH

Skiing With A Camera Gimbal @ 55 MPH

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Skiing With A Camera Gimbal @ 55 MPH

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“With a camera in my hands, I ski, jump and climb, next to some of the best athletes in the world.”

Meet Alexander Ryden, Europe’s preeminent ski gimbal master. You’ve no doubt seen his work but as with most filmers, he mostly remains behind the camera and subsequently under the radar. Watch him in action as he keeps the world’s best skiers in frame while matching their speed. Here’s a bit of wisdom from the Swede on staying positive while film making:

“When a goal seems far away. I try to focus on small things and work until the final idea is reality. I believe having fun towards a goal, makes good things happen along the way.”

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It’s really inspiering to work in team of likeminded and passioneted people. There is always something new to learn. Cool to see how everyone is pushing therie own boundaries of whats possible. First time for me jumping kickers with a setup like this. A huge teamwork is key. Everything infront and behind the camera. A athletic performance, a directors vision, logistics of moving around hundreds of kilos of equipment. People who organize the food on the mountain. Mean while we are filming. With a good and possitive crew. It’s easy to wake up in the middle of the night. Travel or hike to location and be ready to shoot. No matter if it’s a beautiful sunrise or challenging snow storm. When everyone is doing therie best. It’s going to be good. When a goal seems far away. I try to focus on small things and work untill the final idea is reality. I belive having fun towards a goal, makes good things happend along the way. I’m already looking forward show you what we have been up to. But it’s still lots of work untill it’s reality. Exited to be apart of this project with @momentpictures 📸 @jmvotography

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