Discovery Channel

Aurora Borealis 3.14.18 by Reuben Hernandez

Northern Lights, Aurora, Aurora Borealis, Aurora Photographer, Yellowknife, Canada, Aurora Hunter, Aurora Chaser, Northern Lights Photographer

GHOST DANCE 3.14.18

My first aurora image, out of 6,400 total images. I'll never forget this night, and the following several nights after. I looked up towards the sky, and the green, magenta, red, and blue aurora danced above us for several hours. This image is meaningful because it has been on the top of my bucket list to see and photograph the aurora for quite some time. The aurora is one of the most beautiful, surreal, and bizarre things I've ever seen. I'm excited to pitch a big project...

Today also marks 8 years since I worked my last day at a full time job ✌🏽

Camera settings: ISO 1000, f/2.8, 24 mm, 15 seconds

Yellowknife, Northerwest Territories, Canada

by Katherine Yaksich

I’m excited to announce that my time lapse photography will be featured in Discovery Channel’s five part documentary film series entitled,  How We Invented the World , airing worldwide next month. Stay tuned for air dates and times. 
  How We Invented the World   is the ultimate action-packed, hi-energy, landmark series that examines the four inventions that define the modern world - mobiles, cars, planes and skyscrapers -celebrating the people and connections that made them possible. Full press release at   Discovery  .

I’m excited to announce that my time lapse photography will be featured in Discovery Channel’s five part documentary film series entitled, How We Invented the World, airing worldwide next month. Stay tuned for air dates and times.

How We Invented the World is the ultimate action-packed, hi-energy, landmark series that examines the four inventions that define the modern world - mobiles, cars, planes and skyscrapers -celebrating the people and connections that made them possible. Full press release at Discovery.