Dawn of Fire
from Tyler Hulett
Sunrise on Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano reveals new growth struggling to survive in an otherworldly landscape. Twenty years ago this rainforest was destroyed – but the rains continue. In a thousand years the forest will return after destruction sows space for new life.
See the companion night timelapse film ‘River of Fire’: vimeo.com/175328700
License clips from Story & Heart: storyandheart.com/stories/1529/
How do I shoot timelapse? Here’s the guide: discoveroregon.org/introduction/
Timelapse controllers [Radian & Michron]: alpinelaboratories.com/lava
This film captures daylight power of a glowing river of molten rock as lava flows toward the sea from the Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano over the buried Royal Gardens Subdivision. This flow has now reached the sea.
Want to learn more? Check out this post via Story & Heart: http://bit.ly/29Lc426
Producer/photography: Tyler Hulett
Associate producers: Lance Page & Wesley Young
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