It seems like timelapse videos made from footage collected on the International Space Station are popping up left and right these days. Knate Myers decided to try his hand at making one and his results are one of my favorites thus far. All of the photographs used to make this timelapse were taken on a Nikon D3 and are available as public domain via the NASA website. Myers timelapse focus on footage taken at night and includes some phenomenal images of the Milky Way. Take a look at his masterpiece here:
Myers has recently stated that he is working another ISS timelapse that focuses on different stars. Hope you’re as excited as I am to see what else he has up his sleeve.
” I’m working on a time/star lapse that should be done in the next couple weeks and have a completely different idea of what to do with some of these ISS photos for another earthlapse.”
For Further Training on Timelapse Photography:
Check out this new COMPLETE guide (146 pages) to shooting, processing and rendering time-lapses using a dslr camera. It can be found here: Time-lapse Photography Guide
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