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An Almost Unabridged Expedition Experience

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An Almost Unabridged Expedition Experience

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    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 3 Everest Base Camp

    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 3 Everest Base Camp

    Go behind the scenes with Jon Miller and his TurboAce Matrix E quadcopter drone to see just how the high altitude Himalayan Aerials were filmed as a team of photographers made their way to Everest in May 2014, one month to the day after the fatal avalanche in April 2014. Please subscribe to my The […]

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    Dawa Yangzum Sherpa Nepal Earthquake Recovery Fundraiser

    Dawa Yangzum Sherpa Nepal Earthquake Recovery Fundraiser

    Dawa Yangzum Sherpa presents her experiences summiting Everest & K2 in “Mountaineering as a Woman in Today’s World”, a Nepal Earthquake recovery fundraiser for The Maya Sherpa Project. On July 24th, 2014 Dawa Yangzum became one of only 18 women to ever summit 8,611 m (28,251 feet) K2 in Pakistan. This achievement was the culmination […]

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    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 2 Renjo La

    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 2 Renjo La

    Go behind the scenes with Jon Miller and his TurboAce Matrix E quadcopter drone to see just how the high altitude Himalayan Aerials were filmed as a team of photographers made their way to Everest in May 2014. Special thanks to Himalayan Workshops teammates Chris Marquardt, Hampus Haara and John Blitch for the behind the […]

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    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 1 Lungden

    Himalayan Aerials Behind The Scenes Pt 1 Lungden

    Go behind the scenes with Jon Miller and his TurboAce Matrix E quadcopter drone to see just how the Himalayan Aerials were filmed as a team of photographers made their way to Everest in May 2014. Special thanks to Himalayan Workshops teammates Chris Marquardt, Hampus Haara and Joe Kraus for the behind the scenes footage […]

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    Flying A Drone At Everest – Himalayan Aerials

    Flying A Drone At Everest – Himalayan Aerials

    World exclusive high altitude aerial cinematography with a remote controlled drone quadcopter with footage of Everest Base Camp, Khumbu Ice Fall, Cho La Pass, Renjo La Pass, Gokyo as well as flights over Kathmandu, Nepal. In May 2014, we trekked to Everest Base Camp in Nepal with two drones: a DJI Phantom and a TurboAce […]

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    Bhutan 2014 Aerials Teaser

    Bhutan 2014 Aerials Teaser

    A brief taste of some amazing footage we filmed while on a Spring 2014 tour of Bhutan by way of Kathmandu. Much more to come. Bhutan is an incredible country and documenting it from the air was a unique experience. What an honor to film there with so many friends on the 2014 Himalayan Workshops […]

Customer Reviews

Worm1971 ,

A wonderful insight into an expedition.

This podcast delves into the finer points of an expedition.It is full of the finer details associated with a Himalayan adventure.
Great job Jon , Ben and Major.

Wisnaeme ,

Amazing.

I found you via Chris Mardquardt and his Tips From The Top Floor podcast.

Your podcast takes us through an amazing journey to the top of Everest, but also gets involved the culture of Tibet.
I've been addicted to watching this material and have seen something like 35hours in a week, while commuting and sitting
at home!

Great work covering a great adventure.

Rv!

generalplot ,

A bit unfocused and repetitive

The show is ok. It has some moments that can be interesting, but in most cases, it's not. Video is extremely repetitive and focuses on unimportant and mundane activies. There's no reason that there should be almost 15 minutes of video showing a bunch of people trying to set up a projector, for example. The commenting tends to drift, with the cameraman often repeating himself, and the climber (when he's actually commentin) tends to sound bored, using one word replies, and in most cases, he tends to say "absolutely", "mmh hmm", etc... And you kind of get the feeling that the main voice of the podcast (Jon), tends to come off a little weak, almost a bit feminine in his tone of voice and choice of words he makes to describe something. There's a difference between being polite and being wussy.

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