Horacio Llorens headed to the far north for his latest project – flying with the Northern Lights above Tromso, Arctic Norway.
To capture these images, Llorens was on standby for hours in -15°C, ready for take-off in very cold, windy and damp conditions. And because he flew above the water, he also wore a wetsuit under his flying outfit in case he had to land on the 2°C water.
Until recently, the moving images of Aurora Borealis could only be recorded in high quality by making time-lapses. New light-sensitive cameras have changed the game, and Dancing with Aurora is the first high-quality clip showing the Northern Light combined with action sports.