Death Valley National Park Is a Time-Lapse Photographer’s Playground

From mountains to dunes to flats, Death Valley National Park has so much to offer the nature time-lapser. More Than Just Parks took full advantage of this 5,000 square mile wonderland for their latest video.

Starting in the northern section of Death Valley National Park, the crew of three spent two weeks backpacking the diverse area. After making it to the southernmost section, they amassed over 40,000 photos and videos taking up 4 TB of hard drive storage. In all, it was a 500 mile trek through the park to create one breathtaking time-lapse video.

Filming equipment used by the team include the Canon 5D Mark IIISony a7R IIDynamic Perception Stage One slider, and Alpine Labs Radian motion controller.

More Than Just Parks aims to create these amazing time-lapse videos for every U.S. national park. Check out their previous installments such as Rocky Mountain National Park and Grand Teton National Park we’ve featured on Fstoppers.

If you’re interested to learn more about the adventure to create the time-lapse, including all the filming locations, check out the More Than Just Parks website.

All images used with permission.



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