Volcanic lightning on Sakurajima

Rare footage of volcanic lightning! The lightning occurs in an eruption cloud of Sakurajima volcano in Japan. The video was shot in March 2015.

Sinabung: pyroclastic flow with volcanic lighning

This volcano footage shows pyroclastic flows with rare volcanic lightning in the ash clouds.The sequence was shot in UHD during the eruption of Mount Sinabung on Sumatra in 2014.

Footage overview page

Etna: eruption 2015, 2014 (UHD), 2013 (HD), eruptions (SD 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006) Bromo: eruption in the Tengger Caldera Java (HD 2011) Campi Flegrei: Solfatara (HD 2007) Colima: ash eruption (UHD 2015) Erta Ale: lava lake (HD 2008), (SD 2002) Eyjafjallajökull: lava fountains, ash eruption, glacier (HD 2010) Iceland Geysers, geothermal, plate boundary (UHD 2015) (HD 2010) Kamchatka: Impressions of different volcanoes (HD 2013, 2012) Karangetang: lava and incandescent debris avalanches (UHD 2015) Kawah Ijen: Sulphur mining, sulfur fire (blue flames) (UHD 2015) (HD 2011) Krakatoa: eruptions (HD 2010, 2009, 2008) Merapi: pyroclastic flows, destroyed earthquake (SD 2006), destroyed villages by pyroclastic flow, interviews victims (HD 2010) New Zealand: Geysers (HD, 2009) Nyiragongo: lava of the volcano in the Congo (HD, 2011) Ol Doinyo Lengai: Massai and Lava (SD 2006 2004 2002 2000) Piton de la Fournaise: lava flows, close ups, lava fountains (HD 2007) Sakurajima: ash eruptions, volcanic lightning (2015 UHD) (HD, 2013, 2012) Santiaguito: lava dome eruptions (HD 2009) Santorini: Caldera (HD 2010) Soufriere Hills – Plymoth: pyroclastic flows, destroyed city (HD 2010) St. Helens: lava dome (HD 2007) Stromboli: eruptions (HD 2013, 2012 2007), (SD 2002) Vesuvius and Pompeii (gypsum bodies) (SD + HD 2010) Vulcano: hot springs, fumaroles, sulfur (HD 2007) Yasur: eruptions (HD 2009) Yellowstone NP: geysers, hot springs (HD 2007)

Volcano footage by Marc Szeglat

Volcano footage offers you a great bandwith of video shots from erupting volcanoes all over the world. As a volcano videographer, I have got more than 20 years experience to capture eruptions on video. Mostly I’m backpacking and reach secluded place that would not be reached otherwise. Despite the lightweight equipment I can create recordings in professional video quality. Since 2014 in 4K UHD! Marc Szeglat  CEO, vulkanfilm.de.   Watch stunning volcano video shots in this trailer, or go to the footage overview page:   My favorite volcano footage Every year I go on several trips to active volcanoes. So my video archive is constantly growing. The most interesting shots until 2014 you see in the video above. My personal favorites are the footage of the paroxysms of Mount Etna and the pyroclastic flows from Sinabung in Indonesia. Very interesting and often licensed are the volcano video shots of volcanic lightning at Sakurajima, the burning sulfur from Kawah Ijen and the boiling lava lakes of Nyiragongo and Masaya.   Making of a volcano video Want to know how I shot on active volcanoes? Than visit this picture gallery. Over the past 2 decades, I filmed with a variety of video cameras. I benefited from the digitization and the tapeless video recording, as this not only the image quality was better, but the cameras even more compact.   What is a volcano? A volcano is a ruptur in the Earth’s crust. Molten rock rises through this opening and is erupting at the surface. Besides, many volcanic gases are released. As long as the molten rock is inside the earth it contains a lot of gas and is called magma. If the magma is erupted and the gases are escaping, it is called lava. The lava accumulates around the opening and can grow as the volcano. If you want learn more about active volcanoes, visit my homepage: volcanoes.de. You can watch my videos about wildlife, nature and travel on streaming-planet.de   Lets talk about money My pricing per second is quite simple: 20 Euro for older shots in SD 25-35 Euro for shots in HD 35 to 50 Euro for videos in UHD The final price depends on the type of use and license rights. Minimum order 30 seconds and 10 seconds per clip.   Ways to reach me Marc Szeglat email: marc@volcano-footage.com Adress: Duelmener Str. 11, D-46117 Oberhausen, Germany When I’m on Volcano Expedition, it may be less some days, until I can answer.