The World Below
December 16, 2018 • Leave a Comment
This project was a lot of fun to do but it definitely had its challenges. I really struggle with whether I was even going make another one of these after making “Time-Lapse Earth”. The time and space/memory it took up was a lot. But this time I was better prepared with a faster machine and a lot more memory, things went a lot smoother than with “Time-Lapse Earth”.
This was the first time that I’ve every worked with 4K footage filmed on a RED camera. The files that I downloaded from the NASA website were anywhere from 3GB to 100GBs. Not only were the files large, but color grading was an entirely different beast. I certainly was not used to working with this much latitude when color grading. The increased latitude opened up a whole world of possibilities. However, I tried to keep the colors as natural as possible, or as natural as I could imagine they would look like from the International Space Station. Want to learn more?Ssee the description below the video.
Locations of Footage in the order they appear:
1. Kounotori 4, unmanned cargo spacecraft *
Keywords: 4K video, Aurora Borealis, Cities, Clouds, Earth, International Space Station, Lakes, Moonrise, Mountains, Oceans, Time Lapse
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