Facing Waves TV show - West Sweden

FACING WAVES is an exciting and inspiring TV series that follows top paddlers as they explore the people, places, and adventures of the world's top paddling destinations. Each 30-minute episode explores new places and share incredible adventures with the locals along the way. Broadcast on Outside Television and FOX SPORTS networks in the US, and internationally in 44 countries on the Nautical Channel, the TV series features sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, canoeing, rafting and all types of paddling adventures.

Our very own Studio Director, Ulrika Larsson has a long background as a sea kayaking guide and coach on the Swedish West Coast. She is acting as the TV host and the producer for this episode of Facing Waves. This project was a collaboration between LWimages, West Sweden Tourist Board and Heliconia Press.

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

Client - West Sweden Tourism Board/Heliconia

DP/Editor - Lukasz Warzecha

TV Host/Producer - Ulrika Larsson

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Director of photography TV show Lukasz Warzecha

Camaraderie and pushing equipment to the limit

One of the most interesting projects we’ve worked on recently has been the Epic Trails TV series for Outside TV. As I’m sure you know ‘Interesting’ is a euphemism that can cover all manner of things and in the case of our filming of Epic Trails the “interesting” moments covered pretty much every emotion in the book – from euphoria to exhaustion.

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Epic Trails filmmaker Lukasz Warzecha

The Power of Adventure Travel – Epic Trails Jordan

We live in a world dominated by scary headlines filled with stories of distrust and intolerance. Barriers both real and imagined are used to divide people. But is this a true representation of the world?

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Magnetic Mountains adventure climbing photography Lukasz Warzecha

Lessons from the Mountains – Five things we have learnt for successful filming in the Alps!

At LWimages we’ve been taking cameras into the mountains for as long as we have been climbing, a combined total experience of well over half a century. During that time we’ve learnt a lot – about how to handle a camera in sub zero temperatures, how to handle ourselves on super steep terrain, and how to work with clients in such a risky environment.

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016