Posted on 08 March 2012 by anders
I am building a new web site. It’s on www.adventurerocket.com. Check it out!
The site will focus on Adventure living – stories from the beyond the dream. So AdventureRocket.com is all about the adventure in all of us. What ever your dream is in life, I hope my stories will inspire you to pursue your own dreams!
I will have in-depth articles about adventurous people I know, people I meet on my travels or read about in magazines and online. Also I will blog on my own adventures at the blog part of site. You can follow the blog here: Adventure Blog on Base Jumping & Outdoor Life – Follow your Dreams
My adventures go beyond dreaming about them – I breathe them, follow them, document them with video and photos- I live them!
The most recent article is part 1 of my thoughts on free fall photography in base jumping http://www.adventurerocket.com/base-jumping-free-fall-photography-part-1/
Adventure living - stories on base jumping, skydiving, speedflying adventures
theskydivingtube.com will of course continue. But I will keep my focus here to skydiving stories and skydiving images and video.
Posted on 01 April 2010 by anders
OY-SFU captured with ZOOM lens by Lars M – picture stolen from Facebook he he…
This wonderful ringtone has been my trusted wake-up tune for almost 2 years now. So alluring that no skydiver on earth can stay in bed for more than 1 round of snooze. First thing it leads you to do is look up towards the sky!
- -> iPhone m4r version
- -> Regular mp3 version
Posted on 22 July 2009 by anders
Here is a little feature on my friend – Tim “the Cook” – videoman a la carte. I must have spent several hours in the air with this guy, as he is on the spot for almost every single tandem jump I’ve had in the past.
Hanging on! – the “no landing gear exit”
First of all I must tell you about one new trend, that I know Tim enjoys A LOT, when I jump the heavier tandem passengers from the Cessna 172. It is always exiting to see how long Tim can hang on to the wing strut while the pilot retracts the landing gear and I climb out with the passenger. I think the current record is about 35 seconds – with Tim just clinging to the strut. I guess hoping for a quick exit…? Or perhaps he is getting into a new fitness idea?
Great shots – capturing the moment
Tim definitively puts a lot of hard work into capturing the passengers emotions and documenting the actions. I’m always impressed by his great pictures. In my opinion every tandem passenger should choose to get Tim’s video AND stills – here is a collection of some a them:
Here’s Tim at “work”
I’ve made a few shots of Tim with my new Tonfly Canon 450D setup. When I get the chance to join Tim at “work” when he is filming a tandem with another tandem master I will update this post with some video too.
See more of Tim’s pictures here: skydive.timlyhnebrostrom.dk
In case you want to do a tandemjump? Just go here: Tandemspring in Faldskaermsklubben.dk. And remember to order video+stills
Why videoman a la carte?
As you will learn in Part 2 of this feature, Tim is going to explain what these Carlsberg beer cans are doing up these chickens a….