Relate To It

Videos for Neste Oil

Couple of more videos for Neste Oil X Antti Autti. We are currently working on Approach&Attack movie and some of the footage seen on these videos are shot while filming it. Some videos contain also footage from our previous movies Antiout and Relate To It. Videos are subtitled except the last one.

Tamokdalen, Norway

New Zealand



Spring 2014 and Neste Oil contest winners in Pyhätunturi, Finland

Tekstittämättömät versiot videoista löytyy NesteOilin youtube-tililtä

Couple of published ones

Few shots that were featured in recent Slammer magazine in a story about Relate To It project. Last season I was busy with shooting video but still managed to get few shots that ended up in the magazines. I hope there is more to come in future issues.

Many times you have to choose between video and photos, and most of the times video comes first. Note to self: Shoot more photos in coming season! New camera helps to make it happen as it makes me want to shoot more and more, I just enjoy photographing more than I did year ago.

Antti and Tuomo hiking at Tamok

Antti method at Ruka in midwinter

Crew at Monashee Powder Snowcats. Awesome place and awesome times with Juuso Laivisto, Markku Koski and Antti.

Relate To It online

Full movie online, finally! It took some sleepless nights and over three weeks of intensive editing to make things happen but I am happy with the results, hope you like it too!

More on this later!

Relate To It premiere in Rovaniemi

Premiere was held in Pilke-building at Rovaniemi. Original and different space to have premiere but people were stoked both on the movie and surroundings. Big Thanks to all who participated! Photo: Jukka Kiistala


My interview at check it out!

Daily dose of morning coffee. Photo: Jukka Kiistala

Crew II

Sylvain Bourbousson at

Will Jackways from NZ with couple of my pics. Check out here

Relate To It crew

Check out Tero Poikajärvi at

Joel the man at

Miikka Hast checking northern lights at Tamok. More of Miikka at

Photographer Kärppä shares his thoughts at

Filming in New Zealand pt.2

This is rare stuff, real making of photos from the mountains! Our guide Tucker from Triple Point Expeditions was kind enough to give me these photos. Maybe they help out telling a story about how the day goes by when shooting snowboarding in the mountains.

In New Zealand we had the opportunity to fly and shoot from the helicopter. Normally you just dream about it while you hike or splitboard your way uphill, sometimes for hours on end. In NZ most of the terrain is accessible only with heli and the places we were shooting were definitely deep inside mountain ranges of Mt. Aspiring National Park and not easily accessible by hiking.

Usually the day starts at 5.30am with big breakfast to get ready for a long day in the mountains. Pack the bag, make sure you have all the camera gear you need and the most important trio: avalanche beacon, shovel and probe. Then drive out to meet the guides at 7am and grab a cup of fresh coffee from cafeteria downtown. Short drive to heliport and liftoff around 7.30 or 8.00. Short flight to preselected destination and you are at the top 8.15 and ready for work!

Checking the lines in the morning light after first drop off of the day

Getting the gear ready. 1st cam that I am operating and usually 2nd angle that is on monopod. Another guide Stu is with me all times while Tucker looks out after Antti. This way the riders can also lap jumps, lines or whatever. Second guide helps to load in while other helps to load out of the heli.

Dropping in with backpack full of camera gear is sometimes sketchy, depending on the steepness of the slope and quality of the snow. This time it was pretty mellow, maybe 35+ degree face. I set up ON the spine, not inside gullies or straight under the rider, got to keep mind of the avalanches.

Shooting from above on this one was the only choice because of terrain below this feature. Too risky to go shoot from below and the view was blocked from the side. I left another camera up behind me shooting straight down.

Getting ready to shoot from the heli with Rami Hanafi. Take the doors off, harness on, safety lines from the harness to the machine and wrist/neck loops for cameras to make sure they stay with you at all times. Antti And Sylvain stay on top and wait while we are up in the air and ready to shoot. Communication with the pilot is important during the shoot.

Shooting from the heli is never easy. Main thing is to keep camera steady. No fancy gyro stabilized Phantom cameras this time I tell ya! I keep monopod on my camera to make it heavier and be able to rest it on my shoulder. Rami sits on the floor so we both can operate freely and not disturb each other.

Shooting some slashes while waiting for better weather. You can see 2nd cam on monopod like I usually have it.

And at the end of the day you get nice ride back to the heliport. Scenery is just superb and being smallest guy of the crew I get to sit on the front all the time!

Check out Triple Point Expeditions and their facebook

Northlight Pictures facebook

Filming in New Zealand pt.1

After summer holidays it was time to get back on snow and travel all the way down to New Zealand. Here is quick update on what we have been up to so far.

First day after summer and so much fun at Snow Park

Fixing the cliff drop at Treble Cone with Will Jackways, Shin Biyajima and Antti Autti

Will Jackways droppin with Stalefish

Antti getting the pipe skills back in Snow Park pipe with some lo-fi Lensbaby touch.

Antti and our awesome guide Stu from Southern Lakes Heliski enjoying great weather and good runs

Shady walls had the best snow. This was shot in Mt. Albert which was the venue for World Heli Challenge couple of weeks ago.

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