Welcome to AuroraHunter.com
We welcome your visit to learn more about the northern lights and to experience the aurora borealis through the camera lens of Alaska's Aurora Hunter, Todd Salat.
Happy Aurora Season,
After a long & fruitful summer in the Land of the Midnight Sun it's quite nice to see the stars again and the star attraction of Alaska's nighttime, the aurora!
Wherever you are, may your earth weather be clear, space weather be active and your eyes awake enough to catch the lights. You're also invited to share in my latest night owl maneuvers at www.facebook.com/AuroraHunter.
Cook Inlet's Turnagain Arm
SE of Anchorage, AK
January 6, 2015 at 11:55 pm
~ I had the sensation of looking through a
window into another whirled! ~
Ester Dome ~ April 6, 2014 at 4 am.
Just outside of Fairbanks an
aurora face materializes over
~ I felt like I was on the road to Oz ~
Frozen reflections on the
South Fork Koyukuk River.
Dalton Highway in northern Alaska.
Brooks Range in April twilight.
~ One word comes to mind for this region:
Each of these DVDs is a great way to experience the awe-inspiring auroras in motion through Todd's extensive time-lapse footage. Together, they provide an in-depth experience into real life aurora hunting and were many years in the making. Both visual journeys are enhanced with science and music that ranges from space-age acoustic sensations to aurora rock! 2-DVD Bundle
Solar Cycle Graph
Below is a graph illustrating when in the solar cycle I've taken some of my favorite shots. More sunspots leads to more solar flares which, in turn, means more aurora activity! And we are in the peak phase right now.
This is my 3rd year of having my aurora & scenic shots printed on aluminum and the results have been With Out Words–WOW! The inks are dye-infused onto a specially-coated aluminum sheet and sealed with a gemlike UV coating that is both water and scratch resistant. We have commonly heard people say, "It's like looking through a window"...."Are these backlit?"...."They look so 3D." And the archival quality is out of this world (think century plus). This is a technological breakthrough and the results are in HIGH DEF!
More information can be found on our Metal Print Page.