Watch as adventurous photographer Owen Perry follows his curiosity out to the Pacific Northwest to capture the natural phenomenon of bioluminescence. Owen is joined by Marine Biologist, Mariana Fuentes to explain the science of bioluminescence and Kiliii Fish, a Kayak Builder & Wilderness Photographer, who guides the group to capture the perfect shot.

Due to the extremely lowlight conditions during the dark of night on a new moon, the cameras used in this film required fast lenses that allowed us to film at 200,000 ISO. This allowed a lot of light to enter the sensor and, complimented with a raw image profile, ensured maximum detail. The cameras were also placed on handheld stabilization rigs which allowed for slower shutter speeds and the stability needed to capture the perfect shot while shooting on a moving boat.

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