In June 2013, photographer Eric Hines embarked on a 17-day, 4,000-mile adventure across Iceland, which he dubbed “Expedition Iceland.” The resulting timelapse video features stunning examples of the country’s rugged natural beauty:
Some of the still shots from the presentation can be viewed below. The whole project was shot using a Canon 5D Mark III.
“I’ve always wanted to visit Iceland, and I had to take the opportunity when it came up. Sleeping in the passenger seat of a small SUV and living off mostly gas station food, it was all worth it. The country was absolutely stunning and I certainly hope to spend more time there again.”
The trip also resulted in plenty of behind-the-scenes photos. For his motion-control equipment, Hines used a Kessler Crane CineDrive.
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