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5 months ago

Garmisch Partenkirchen | Little Big World

As the pandemic continues, I get to explore and shoot more great places here in Germany. I was invited to film an episode of the amazing Garmisch-Partenkirchen and surrounding area this summer.

There is an incredible amount of things you can do within a very small radius from the city. You can literally leave the city in any direction and find something amazing to see and to do.
You even take a train from the city center which brings you directly to the Zugspitze, the highest mountain peak in Germany.

But don't take my word for it. Check it out yourself and enjoy this trip through stunning landscapes, breathtaking mountains, caribbean beaches and picturesque postcard settings.

Thanks to Elisabeth Brück and Kathrin Richter from GaPa Tourismus for making this episode happen.

Gear list:
Lumix GH5​
Lumix 7-14 mm​
Lumix 14-140mm​
Gimbal Weebill S​
360° Camera​
Mavic Pro 2​
DJI Mini 2 (Great with new EU regulation)​
SSD​ &​
SD Cards:​
Boom Pole for Gimbal​
Tall Tripod for „No drone zones“:​
Macbook Pro:​
iPhone SE as screen for drone and Gimbal:​
Phone wristholder for „gimbal on pole shots“:​
Post Production:​

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00:03 Meilerhütte
00:26 Wank
00:28 Königshaus am Schachen
00:38 Wank
00:45 Meilerhütte
01:04 Zugspitze
01:30 AlpspiX
01:35 Alpspitz Ferrata
01:45 Alpspitzbahn / Hochalmbahn
01:52 Partnachklamm
02:02 Höllentalklamm
02:06 Riessersee
02:12 Eibsee
02:35 Wamberg
02:48 Hammerbach - Kreuzeck/ Zugspitzbahn
02:56 Bahnhof Grainau
02:59 Sprungschanze
03:07 Sommerrodelbahn
03:10 Schloss Linderhof
03:15 Garmisch
03:21 Ludwigstr. in Partenkirchen
03:28 Kreuzeckhaus
03:35 Pfarrkirche Maria Himmelfahrt Partenkirchen
03:43 Pfarrkirche St. Martin Garmisch
03:47 Wank

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A time lapse & tilt shift & aerial video by Joerg Daiber

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Music: The March Of The Dragon Hunters by Ines Weimer from Musicfox.

Shot with Lumix GH4 and GH5, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Postproduction with DaVinci Resolve Studio.

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