I was watching 'Chasing Ice' for a second time last night and the thought occurred to me that I hadn't seen any mention of it on NRF. So, when I did a search and got zero results I thought I should let you all know about it.
In a nutshell, James Balog (photographer, founder of the EIS among other things) uses all Nikon gear (and lots of it) to create unbelievable timelapses of glacier melt around the world to put the affects of global warming into perspective. I highly recommend it if, for no other reason, than to see the photography and work they go through to capture the photos. I think it is an amazing documentary and absolutely love the photography, technical and cinematography aspects of it.
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