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A timelapse video of the Northern Lights. All sequences are shot in or close to Tromsø in Northern Norway.
Ole C. Salomonsen spent over 6 months collecting footage for this timelapse, and shot approx 50.000 stills to choose from. A goal has been to try to preserve the real-time speed of the northern lights, or come as close as possible, for with the northern lights, they should be presented in it's true speed to reflect her beauty. Included here is a coronal outbreak, in which he is particularly happy to present, since it is very difficult to get on stills, even worse on "film". facebook.com/arcticlightphoto
Soundtrack made for the video by local musical talent in Tromsø; Per Wollen. The audio track "Aurora in the sky" can be found on iTunes.
More? See Ole's newest video: Celestial Lights here: vimeo.com
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