The taking of this photograph will be featured in Episode 6 of Tales by Light.
The following is a press release from Canon I have great delight in sharing!
Canon Australia and National Geographic Channel have announced their partnership to deliver Australian viewers a new television series that gives rare insight into the eyes of some of Australia's, and the world's best photographic storytellers.
Titled Tales by Light, the series will air in six episodes premiering from 8.30pm AEST Sunday 24 May on National Geographic Channel.
Tales By Light is the first television series produced by Canon Australia and is a natural progression for the photographic brand, explains Canon's Director of Consumer Imaging and Executive Producer for the Series, Jason McLean: "We see our role in imaging as enabling people to tell their stories, and what better than inspiring a large and passionate audience through the eyes of some of the best storytellers in the world. The partnership with National Geographic Channel is a perfect fit for us given their dedication to telling powerful stories through captivating imagery."
Produced by emerging cinematographer and Canon Master, Abraham Joffe, Tales by Light showcases Art Wolfe, Richard I'Anson, Krystle Wright, Darren Jew and Peter Eastway pushing the limits of their craft in some of the world's most extreme and fascinating environments. Each a master of their respective field, the photographers give rare insight into their endless journeys as visual storytellers - their challenges, motivations, and moments of joy in capturing an elusive moment by light. Shot in 4K resolution, the series is a stunning visual spectacle to immerse and inspire viewers through new ways of viewing the world around them.
To see a teaser produced by Abraham, click here.