Aerial Shots

More than one hundred hours of helicopter flying time spent filming from helicopters in the valleys of Himachal Pradesh including Manali, Bara Bangahal, Parvati, Lahaul, Spiti, Rohtang, and Chandrabhaga, Padum – Zanskar and Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, Assam and West Kameng, Siang, Itanagar, Along, Lower Subansiri (Arunachal Pradesh). Views of the Brahmaputra river from the air. Taking off from Guwahati and landing in Itanagar or Bhalukpong in Arunachal. Filming in minus forty degrees during the winter months, with the cameraman strapped outside the helicopter, and the doors removed, and flying at up to 20, 000 feet altitude. (Format: Digi Beta, DVCAM; 100 hours.)

Helicopter skiing, other adventure sports, wildlife viewing from helicopters and military evacuation helicopter flights. (Format: Digi Beta, DVCAM; 10 hours.)

Includes footage shot from a Bell 407 helicopter, with a specially adapted ‘Choppercam’. Also, views into the Jagatsukh nalla, flights from Manali to Pinjore and back to Manali, Manali to Bara Bangahal and back, Manali to Jiri near Manikaran, into the Parvati valley, and to the base of Ali Ratni Tibba, from all across Jammu and Kashmir, including Ladakh and Siachen. (Format: Digital Betacam; 20 hours.)

Delhi – Bagdogra, Delhi – Kathmandu, Kathmandu – Paro (Bhutan), Delhi – Mumbai flights / aerials.

Kanchenjunga, Everest and other peaks of Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and India, from the air. Includes some stunning close-ups on the entire Mt. Everest range, shot on High Definition, from a plane flying at 32, 000 feet altitude. (Format: HDV; 1 hour)

Siachen Glaicer region, Kashmir, from the air. This is the region that falls under heavy protection from the Indian Army, with bunkers and constant army presence throughout the year, at altitudes of up to 22, 000 feet! This is the world’s highest battlefield.

Aerials from Iceland : rivers and wide valleys, meadows, mountains, villages and skyscapes

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