Photographer Jesse Watson made this jaw-dropping Timelapse of the recent December 22 nd SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launching from Vandenberg Air Force Base( as seen from Yuma, Arizona ).
On Vimeo, Watson justifies:
I scouted four points that had foregrounds to add degree to the imagery and was uniquely arousing to my hometown. Locating selections were between a favorite local hiking ridge, the Imperial Sand Dunes, or a small mound that resides in the historic downtown region neglecting the city. I objective up choosing the location that neglected the city, partly because it was the most wonderful to access with all of my time-lapse gear. I squandered The Photographera
s Ephemeris and Google Maps to assistant scout and initial line up.
I intention up shooting 2452 portraits and gleaned that down to 1315 likeness for the final projection revised in Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro.
You can read more about the shoot, the material expended and current challenges faced on Jesse’s write-up on Vimeo. For more check out his work on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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