A day in Coastal Norway
Timelapse taken in Kjerringvik, Vestfold in Norway last summer. It’s a beautiful area by the sea, with the coastline being shaped by the retreating ice from the last ice age. You can see the smooth curved rock that are broken off at one end as the ice passed over.
Photobook with photographs from Kjerringvik is available at: jonbagge.net/shop/
Also available on Youtube in 4K UltraHD: youtube.com/watch?v=yqVW8z–HtU
Many of the shots in this timelapse film are HDR, meaning that 3 different exposures were taken for each image. This allows for keeping more details in light and dark areas of very high contrast images, like sunrises and sunset.
During the course of the week I shot this, I took nearly 14,000 images on my Canon 60D!
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Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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