Sub Zero: Winter Time-Lapse in South Dakota

Ear­li­er this month, Randy Halver­son braved the cold South Dako­ta nights (where tem­per­a­tures often drop to ‑25 below wind chill), to cre­ate this night­time time-lapse film. Using a Canon 60D and T2i, Halver­son gave each shot a 20 sec­ond expo­sure, with a one sec­ond inter­val placed between shots. The result is pret­ty jaw-drop­ping. H/T @matthiasrascher.

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