Space Shuttle Endeavour's 26th TripDPMag Published in Blog
Last week the space shuttle Endeavour made a slow-motion journey through the neighborhoods and streets of Los Angeles, traveling by truck for the 12 miles from from LAX to its new home at the California Science Center. I've seen plenty of great photos of the trip--some via news organizations, and some on the facebook pages of my friends. But nothing as remarkable, or successful, as this storytelling stop-action video made by Los Angeles Times photographer Bryan Chan. It's a neat piece, and another example of the power of creative thinking when it comes to visual storytelling.
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