Arctic melt

With the melting sea ice becoming unreliable and impossible to walk on, the sequence had to be filmed largely from the air. The heligimbal camera system allowed for stabilised tracking shots over the fragmenting sea ice and the glacial waterfalls. Shooting from so high above prevents the polar bear's normal behaviour from being disturbed. Time-lapse illustrates the constant flux of the ice as it breaks up.

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