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Timelapse ice flows over the Arctic, billowing storm clouds over the Caribbean and beautiful blooming algae off the west coast of Southern Africa.
BDH’s meticulous work involved stitching many high resolution photographs from NASA, to create these real images within our computers. Other work involved the planning and steadying of many timelapse sequences and the sensitive matching of atmospheric effects.
Planet Earth is an 11 part series and the world’s first television series produced nearly entirely on HD. BDH worked in collaboration with the production team for over 4 years on these breathtaking hi-resolution images.