From Iceland — Filmed 130 Nights Of Aurora Borealis Over 3 Years

Filmed 130 Nights Of Aurora Borealis Over 3 Years

Published November 20, 2014

Nanna Árnadóttir
Photo by
Snorri Þór Tryggvason

Three independent film makers have spent 130 nights over the past 3 years time-lapse photographing northern lights in 50 different locations across Iceland, reports RÚV.

The images, which put together compose a roughly 30 minute long film by the name of Iceland Aurora is made from over 100,000 individual RAW High Res images.

The film was entirely self-funded and done alongside full-time employment. It will be available as of next Tuesday on the film’s website but until then, check out the trailer for a taste.

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