French outdoorsman Sebastien Montaz-Rosset likes to play in the mountains. He discovered a second passion while there, which was shooting photos and videos. Sebastien has made some amazing pieces, especially for not having any formal training. These videos show his unique approach to getting some creative shots for his adventure films.
Be sure to have a look at the first video, which is a trailer for his film, I Believe I Can Fly (Flight of The Frenchies) where you'll see some of his amazing work. Following that are two videos that explain how he was able to get some of these shots. In the first tutorial video, he discusses how using a Manfrotto Light Stand lets him get the camera away from the action, but also lets him do large, crane-like camera moves for a really dramatic effect. In the second tutorial video, he demonstrates how he uses a Glidecam 4000 on a mountain top to get some smooth walking shots that make you feel like you're about to fall off the edge of a cliff.