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After long learning curve, tons of mistakes and disappointments, I’ve finally decided to release my first time lapse video. I made it over 5 day’s period while I was visiting a small town Nellim near Lake Inari in Finland last year.

I used Canon 20D with 14mm lens and, I must admit that, it is not really a good choice for night photography – amount of noise is too high, so sorry for a slightly blurry images – I used a lot of noise reduction there.

I hope you like it! Please let me know what you think!


Despite of many troubles successfully organised by Finnair, I’m finally back in Sydney. It was a great trip with almost full winter holiday experience – low temperatures, lots of snow, snowmobiles, skies, snowshoes, reindeers, dog sleds and northern lights. I’m not really happy with results from photography prospective, but, I promise, there will be a few images.

P.S. From logistics prospective this trip wasn’t perfect – in addition to disrupted plans caused Finnair cabin crew strike, I’ve lost a bunch of LiIon batteries (including spares for Canon 5DMkII and 20D) – confiscated by Helsinki airport security. I didn’t know that LiIon batteries should not be in the checked-in baggage. So, keep it in mind and bring it with you on board.