A Stunning Time Lapse Of Our PlanetDPMag Published in Blog
Digital Photography Review recently linked to a phenomenal video created by combining still photographs shot by the International Space Station. The clips were compiled by German videographer Michael Konig who set them to music and turned them into something especially breathtaking. The NASA photos are beautiful on their own, but this is yet another example of how multimedia projects not only serve to showcase exceptional photography in a wonderful way, but to tell a story more completely. You really do get a sense for our planet's place in things, our human footprint, the way weather works and even a hint at what it must be like to float above it all in space.
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