The team over at Tree Speed Photo spent the better part of a week in Death Valley working through the night and sleeping through the day on their latest project: Ghosts of Death Valley.


Part of that team, Django Greenblatt-Seay, explains some of the challenges of working on a project like this in such a short time. “I think the process for making trips like these, focused exclusively on getting as many good shots as possible is pretty interesting.” Greenblatt-Seay continues,“You have to find a way to flip your sleep schedule – 5-Hour Energy/Red Bull – and you have to be very organized with data management and battery cycling.”


The resulting video is beautiful, something I think is well worth the week or so of sleep deprivation and technology headaches. Take a look at the project below and marvel at the beauty of such a barren place…

If you are interested, you can learn more about the project, check out stills from the trip, and more over on the Tree Speed Photo website.


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