Two stunning and trippy time-lapse videos worth watching
(CBS News) I get excited when a content creator and fan of The Feed reaches out with some amazing work for us highlight. And I'm very excited today. I have for you two stunning and trippy time-lapse videos from one creator starting with their most recent work above.
Long exposure (25 second) timelapse photography of Star Trails across the night sky. No special effects of any kind used, just the natural rotation of the earth's axis!
I don't think I've mentioned, but I have a real passion for aesthetics and absolutely fell in love with the surreal perspective on such a beautiful setting as Joshua Tree, where both items were filmed.
And to up the ante in terms of highlighting an artist submission from a fan, we also have for you a second time-lapse piece entitled "Joshua Tree 3: Storm" below. Thank you so much for reaching out to us here at The Feed, Gavin! And if you'd like to check out more amazing work from Sunchaser Pictures and Gavin Heffernan, be sure to visit their Vimeo page by clicking here.
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