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An Aerial Tour Through a Historic Norwegian Coastal Town

Apr 28, 2014 | 127-part series
Video by Grim Berge

Filmmaker Grim Berge uses drone footage and time-lapse photography to capture a majestic portrait of Trondheim. The film was made in partnership with Visit My Trondheim.

Director Grim Berge produced the film with help from drone pilot Erik Solberg, aerial pilot Erik Van Rijt, and musician Tom Bergersen. To see more of Berge's work visit Natural Light or Fram Film.

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