Sunday, 19 November 2017

Cameraman are always the unsung heroes of any production trip. In the Arctic Circle they face a formidable challenge: the cold. With temperatures often -15 or below in the Arctic, cameramen face bigger camping challenges than ever before. This is what it takes to get the shot.

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