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Horror Filmmaker Takes His Camera to the Desert

Gavin Heffernan confessed to Sierra that he's addicted to time-lapse photography, and this dizzying video represents his latest fix. "It's like fishing - an escape from the madness," says the Los Angeles-based horror filmmaker. To get these shots of Joshua Tree National Park, he used a Canon EOS 7D with an EF-S18-135mm lens, and a Canon EOS 5D Mark II with an EF 24mm f1.4/L lens.

Jtree6Heffernan (left) also creates epic shorts of dog parks and pet turtles. You can watch his stuff on vimeo, or check out his production company, Sunchaser Pictures.


 --Jake Abrahamson/ media courtesy of Sunchaser Pictures

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