Using a DSLR and a Dynamic Perception dolly, the team at Lights Over Lapland made a 14-minute timelapse of Aurora Borealis. The video was made using thousands of still photographs that were taken over the course of three years and assembled into a video using Final Cut Pro, though it’s worth noting that the images used are 100 percent unedited aside from basic pans and zooms:
According to the filmmakers, Abisko National Park in Sweden, where the video was made, is one of the best locations in the world to view the spectacular borealis due to many clear nights and the its presence in a rain shadow. After seeing this footage, it’s hard to disagree.
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