Every year around this time of the year we a supermoon (what are you doing tonight?). Videographer Dan Marker-Moore does not miss the opportunity to make it into something special.
Two years ago Dan started this project. Shooting 11 photos over 28 minutes (sans 1 second) Dan created a spectacular array of visuals. This just goes to show what you can do if you plan ahead and use a long enough lens (Dan shot at 100mm focal length. Long lens = big moon).
It’s amazing what you can do with 28 minutes and just 11 photos.
The first piece of art is the composite above, the second is a timeslice of the moon rising event
and the third one is an animation showing the moon rise which is quite hypnotizing
And if you are not hypnotized yet, here are two more moon rising over LA videos. One from last year and the othe from the year before:
Dan does quite a bit of timeslices and you can see more of his art on his tumblr and instagram.
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